This car was first registered in the UK in the 1950s.
It was built in the late 1960s and is currently on display in a local museum.
It is a black Porsche 911 Turbo with an oval body, a black roof, a red interior and black door trim.
There is a spare wheel, and the wheel is missing.
The car is described as “second hand” and has no mechanical parts, but there are two other original parts: the car’s rear wheel and the front wheels.
The wheel is said to have a “slightly higher centre of gravity”.
The car has been stored in the museum’s storage area, which is now used as a parking lot for cars parked at the museum.
Car is a second hand car.
How to tell if it is second hand Car is not second hand, but is on display.
Where is it on display?
On display: Car is at the Museum of Transport in Edinburgh.
How much does it cost?
£25 to view a car, or £15 for a weekend pass.