The car started life in Victoria as an ordinary Mk.4B roadster. An owner, also in Victoria, got busy customising the body. It went through a few colour changes and eventually wound up in NSW as the yellow car seen here. When the or a NSW owner decided to sell the car he could not find a buyer and so removed all that superfluous bodywork and it did eventually become sold. It did, though, retain that very heavy glass windscreen at the back of the bonnet. When it came to Kapunda it had the mag wheels seen here, a reasonably acceptable Celica engine and gearbox, large normal opening doors and generally performed quite nicely. Since Stacey has owned it, an unbelievable amount of work has taken place and is now recognised as a very fine example of an original Mk.4B sports car .I'm sure Stacey in Perth, Graham in Sydney or Colin in Bangkok could provide us with names and dates to make the car's history more complete.