I mentioned right at the beginning of this thread, that some people sell their cars because of an accumulation of little faults that the owner can't be bothered to fix. However. That shouldn't excuse them from clearing out the rubbish from the cabin area, or taking a vacuum cleaner to the seats and carpets. As I said at the time; Some people shouldn't have cars.
In truth, I'm not expecting to get a lot for the Rover. They don't exactly have any 'street cred'. Of the Rovers out there. It seems that only the Rover 75 is sought after. That's life I suppose.
Rest assured. I will let everyone know when the 25 gets listed on Ebay. It would be nice to think that it would get bought by somebody who'd care for it. They might even join this Forum and announce: I've bought a Rover 25 and there's nothing wrong with it! What's amiss? Somehow, I don't think so. It'll probably get bought by some idiot, who'd rip out the original radio-cassette and fit a cheapo CD player so they can have some 'banging tunes' and promptly blow the speakers (even though I ripped out the cheapo CD player and fitted the original radio-cassette when I bought the Rover, because of the blown speakers which I had to replace). To them, a CD auto changer in the boot is 'sooooo last week' and the way to go is to have 40,000 tracks of screeching, tuneless drivel on a USB stick. The only cleaning that the car will get would be the removal of the 'stiffy stains' on the rear seat. The inflatable doll would be kept in the boot. Yeah. I can't see the new owner wrapping the car with TLC. I can seem them wrapping it around a tree.