Only a handful in the world left like this, and with restoration costs prohibitive due to the size and quality of these vehicles, the so-so cars are likely to remain that way for the foreseeable future. Once an overlooked model, the Mk 10 holds its own in terms of finishes and presence against the most exotic 60’s luxury saloons and the ride quality is often judged to be markedly superior. These have appreciated nicely over the past decade as the classic car fraternity has woken up to their attributes. This Mk 10 was sold new to a lady in Grimsby who, in 1971 parted with it to an acquaintance locally and it remained in that family until we bought it from them directly. With 32,000 miles warranted by the family as genuine, the overall integrity and appearance also supports this to be an astonishingly low mileage car. It looks resplendent in pristine Warwick Grey over Masons Black with Maroon hand painted coachline complementing the gorgeous hide upholstery. All woodwork is as new retaining the correct depth of shine- not ruined by being glossy or over-done. Chrome work is beautiful and the engine compartment is a show piece retaining the lovely earlier cam covers. First of the 4.2, the car has the uprated Dunlop brakes and superior Borg-Warner automatic gearbox, but being pre-1966 has the full wood work and nicer chrome early grille. It is the rarest and best derivative. One of the very few low mileage survivors which has been under the radar for 55 years. We are the first dealer to handle this vehicle since it was supplied new. This is the most awesome looking example.