I was there at the museum's closing weekend. Although I don't quite know why, I was very keen on this.
May 26, 2014 16:14:50 GMT 1 Nick RS said:
Rare Morris 2200 was the only Landcrab representitive
I was cheeky enough to hop over the rope and look over and under it. It had a dent in the roof, likely from the helicopter blades next to it. I chased it over the next few weeks because it wasn't listed in the Brightwells auction. Despite repeat conversations and promises, I found out (belatedly) it went through a later auction some months later: classiccars.brightwells.com/viewdetails.php?id=6381
Is it known to the forum? MOT expired Oct 2016 so it was only on the road a year, if that...
It seems to bother me it might be sitting rotting and/or mechanically borked
Some time ago I owned a 1967 Wolseley 18/85 automatic