Can anyone shed any light on this mysterious Maestro spotted by Mark Graham in the car park of Guildford railway station on Friday August 8th?
Assuming it’s a British-built example then N-plate is very late indeed, but there doesn’t appear to any vehicle record relating to it on the DVLA Vehicle Enquiry website.
It appears to be in pretty good nick, so has this one recently come out of a long hibernation and the vehicle record not been updated, or is it something even more unusual? Who knows…?
And while we’re at it, while on holiday in Menorca last month I found this round the back of a beach goods shop:
According to the DVLA, it, too, has disappeared from the vehicle register, which may explain the rot-free wheelarches, as it’s clearly been there a while. It appeared to be in daily use, as it certainly moved around a bit while I was there…
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