Not exactly a "shed find" because owner, Rod White, had never lost it. However, it has been sitting around for a very long time.
Anyway, this Mark 7 has sat for many years, although I notice it has been fitted with a "glue in" windscreen surround, and Rod thought that he might pass it on. Before it could make it to the customary "Slipstream" ad, it was snapped up by Kim and Ann to add to their fleet of Bolwells, which now stands at 2 Nagaris and 2 Mark 7s, both 7s being ex-Rod White cars. One thing about being a Slipstream editor with a bit of spare cash is that it allows you to be first on the scene. In a similar vein, a friend in Kapunda who is a property valuer and auctioneer and goes to the odd farm to organise clearing sales has made some nice discoveries and his collection includes a one owner '56 Chev that the recently widowed farmer's wife had no use for.
Stacey's smart blue trailer was engaged and with a bit of a hose off the car doesn't look too bad.
This prompts me to ask - whatever happened to the John Arcus Mk.7 convertible?
I reckon the real pioneer of the convertible conversion was the late Ross with his V8 Mk.5.