Well, this picture appears on the site (see link in Michael Kaye's post).The lack of photos of the car as it sits is possibly quite telling.
I would say that for the price quoted, and the photo's provided, it's probably a quite fair appraisal by Aerch. By the looks of the sills it doesn't look like it has been restored and needs the metal which is supplied but not fitted. I also have a deep suspicion of overly long ads that talk little about the car but more on the provenance. Presuming that a restoration by the expert mentioned will cost North of £60k it does put quite a premium on this car for someone who is still alive. I am surprised that the seller did not wait until his Mr Connery's passing, ride the wave of publicity and then advertise is for £200k.I'm sure this exquisitely nuanced evaluation is based on sound professional inspection by yourself. We can't wait for your detailed report.
OK yeah, but where are you going to source the machine guns, bullet proof boot/trunk and the ejector seat? Not the mention the radar car stereo - they are very rare. The gas and oil coming out of the back to foil pursuers will be considerably easier though.A superb range of body repair panels, trim, mechanical and electrical parts are readily available for these cars...."