Nothing much really to say other than it fits in the garage very well. It is so small particularly when you think it was a family car when originally sold and is currently very low as the coilovers seem to be wound down to the bottom.
Following the delivery, I did a quick inspection and started to build a job list. Top of the tree is to drop the front and rear suspension as they need to be checked over and given a lick of paint. Next on the list is to give the underside a wire brush and a coat of paint/underseal . The underside is pretty good but the old protection paint is peeling off and there is the odd spot of surface rust but once sorted the shell will be as good as when it came out of the factory. Happy days. The car then becomes a big Mechano kit which I am sure will test my patience at times, get the grey matter going and will undoubtedly drain the coffers fairly quickly as the new shiny bits start to arrive.