I had a '68, single barrel, two door, canary yellow version of this car - marketed in the USA as an Austin America. I rebuilt the motor twice, replaced the transmission once, and installed more replacement CV joints than most people would believe. But the Hydrolastic suspension was amazing - the grip was remarkable in fast corners. But you had to keep the revs up and worried the carb would starve out and you would snap oversteer. I sold it because of pride - I didn't want to get stuck once the Hydrolastic system failed and everyone else I knew with one had lost theirs - I got half of my $ 400 back, and the other half I had gotten back selling parts off of a BRG parts car I paid $ 25 for. Like this, only the wheels I had were larger in diameter.