Brings the walts to the table alright but who would want to buy a wagon thrashed around by 'them'. Now if it had said one careful owner and still had some brass 'n' blood in the back - then it's got some cred.
I have the very vehicle the Balcony boys left London in, on that fateful day when they ran out of ammunition
Its Trabant, painted the same colour as the boathouse doors, retro fitted with a 1.2 metro engine no less. Full ash trays as you would expect, empty 9mm cases strewn over the back seat, what looks like a faulty MP5 in the boot or though i can't swear on it and 3,000,000 miles on the clock. No Mot No Tax and needs 4 new wheels & tyres, oh and it was 28th actually on the balcony just after ITN switched off the cameras.
No photos available you know the pack drill
Nor can i tell you were she is located [or i would have to silence you]
A few Ex SAS vehicles have been greatly discredited due to several instances of them writing their own logbooks and service history once they left. The police have a habit of pulling them over as well due to the headlights being on permanent thousand yard stare.