Whether the end price is modest is something we'll only find out when the bids are in. But for now, let's hope and dream it will be. The car dates back to 1965 and has been well looked after since. Indeed, it has been renovated to the point of it being a show winner. That's got to be a good thing.
That was a couple of years back though, with the current condition described as being 'very good', with a little work required to take it back to its peak. On the plus side, it has originality throughout, and is also said to drive 'smoothly' and be 'all good mechanically'.
You can see more images below and even more on the listing. If it appeals, the price right now is £500.