Not too many of us service places have what we still call every day drivers any more. This client kept his rust free car that he bought brand new in his garage, and only used it for going out of town. In town he uses public transportation. Because of it being a long distance car, keeping it up to date, and looking great, has been important. It would not of been a shown winner, but it would have gotten lots of positive responses. I have been servicing it since January of 2015. And I have done a lot. Plaia suspension upgrades, complete brakes, complete suspension rebuild, head gasket and valve job. And a lot of general maintenance. It got it all without question as to cost. Speedometer shows 62,909 miles. Because it's not a 6 digit speedometer, I suspect it got replaced before I met the car. Earlier this year he hydroplaned it into a center guard rail, proving yet again that if you are going to have a serious accident, do it in an X1/9. He is shaken and sore, but he walked away. Besides hitting the guard rail head on at freeway speed, he appears to have done a flip, pirouetted around on the right rear, and somehow ended up on the remains of the wheels between two apposing guard rails. The tow company got it out without flipping it over. The tow driver was very proud of his recovery skills. Below are pictures of the remains. The owner has asked me to sell as much of it as I can before having it hauled off for scrap. Please let me know what you might want, along with a fair offer. Your offer should include some amount for the owner's loss, and be sufficient to cover my labor time at US $110.00 per hour to remove it from the wreckage. So far, only the headlamp switch on the dash is called for, and I have an interested party in the transaxle. It's leaking oil, so I suspect the case got broken? As always, as I don't check this forum often you will get a faster response if you email me directly. If you need to see pictures of something specific that you might want, please ask. And remember, this was a rust free car, so if there is something that might help you out with a slight bend, please ask for it!