There's two ways of checking it's colour. 1. What does the log book give as it's colour?
2. You can get a form from your local DVLA office to trace the original history of the car. This form has to be sent to the main DVLA in Swansea with a fiver, and they will send a copy of all the previous owners from day one.
You should then be able to satisfy yourself of any colour change
Post by Phil Nottingham on Jul 20, 2006 22:19:36 GMT
M1a's are rare now as most like V8 Coupes. Tatty ones are not really much value at the present but who knows. Is it manual or auto and what is the interior like as this is the most expensive to sort out properly
Phil - 1964 P5-Coupe PMB***B & P5B-saloon LHO***L & other classic Rovers & Land-Rovers