The car is finished in the rare factory colour of Java Green, and has been re-painted at some stage during its Canadian duration. It’s an older covering, but still displays a nice even finish and no one can deny its head-turning abilities. Incredibly, the original factory issued soft-top, with its grey-like material (not plastic) reflector strips is still in place, although, it must be mentioned that the rear side windows have been replaced. Not unusual due to careless dropping of the roof and poor rear storage. But the fitting is still nice and tight and the overall condition is really good considering it is over 40 years old and still retains its silver snaps. The rear zipped window is also in perfect working order. But the bonus package has to be the additional factory Hardtop; sadly, not original to the car but is still of a high standard from the ‘The Roadster Factory’ and includes the chrome edging associated with factory issued roofs. Once fitted, it changes the whole dynamic of the car and creates a cracking coupe, which looks, in our opinion, even better than with the soft-top down. Potential new customers are reminded that the complete soft top and frame must be removed to apply the Hardtop before screw affixing. The Hardtop also comes with an accessory stand for easy storage. Other late model signs are the black air-vent at the top of the bulkhead, and towards the rear, the later chrome tank filler with ‘snap’ shut lock. The boot-rack is nicely affixed to the rear hinges, avoiding additional drill holes. Since arriving in Germany, a new windshield and rubber seals have also been fitted, displaying a nicely restored image.