It's lovely. The scripts are very well done. They do a good job depicting the rather mediocre effort on the real cars. However, on the real cars, the medaillon on the bootlid is rather large, since it conceals the hole for the spare tyre mount, if the car was ordered with the "Touring Package". Let me explain. The boot of these is not exactly generous:
It becomes a bit more useable by laying the spare wheel flat:
But for ultimate boot space usage, why not take it out altogether?
Now, if you have the Touring Package, you can then mount the spare wheel onto the bootlid. The package consists of the following: - A reinforced bootlid with an opening for the spare wheel mount. - A "Rover" medaillon roughly six inches in diameter (this appears to be too small on the model). - An ingenious prop rod mechanism you can put into operation to hold the bootlid up when the heavy wheel is mounted to it (you can see this folded away at the left side of the boot opening). - A chromed external handle at the bottom of the bootlid, which is in fact a Series 1 door handle. Oh, and yes, this is my real car.