The surprisingly roomy interior is dominated by the beautiful biscuit sports leather seats which are in magnificent condition. Doubly impressive, of course, is the original Nardi Torino wood and chrome three spoke steering wheel which is a joy to hold. Unfortunately, two of the seven original toggle covered switches have now been replaced, but can still be sourced. The original radio has also been replaced by a period Blaupunkt radio/cassette with period speakers behind the front seats. As with the exterior, there is plenty of bright-work which is all in lovely condition and very ‘in’ for the period. It’s a comfortable driving position which almost feels quite high, in some respects, possibly because of the amount of glass used, despite its sports car status.