Triple-digit horsepower seems appropriately inappropriate for what is essentially a motorized soap box. And yet, a curvaceous GT6 somewhere is without its 103-horsepower inline-6, manual transmission, and rear suspension. The exact suspension architecture is unspecified and is only referred to as "independent."
This Frazer Nash replica is offered by a true car enthusiast who is also unloading a 1992 XJS V12 convertible and a 1947 MGTC due to an ongoing battle with cancer. We expect the stories about those three cars – and goodness knows how many others – would be worth a longer, more relaxed purchase process with this seasoned motorist.
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.