I recently saved this Cinq, mainly as there aren't many suvivors in turquoise (which I believe is officially known as 'Festival') I originally saw this one come up for sale back in 2018 in ebay and missed out. It appeared again this year, having been customised, subjected to so some off roading action by the looks of it and then left in a muddy yard so I took a gamble and bought it very cheaply. Pic 2 shows the kind of life it had with the previous owner. Having binned the snorkel, roof rack and other tat (the passenger door has been painted yellow), my plan was to really go to town on it and bring it back to factory spec. However having removed the front bumper to access the radiator, I was gutted to see the car has had a clout on the front (I guess the bumper must be a replacement). I noticed that the o/s headlamp and indicator sit a bit recessed and that the bonnet is mis-aligned, being tight over on the o/s with a large gap on the n/s. It goes on.... The driver's door doesn't seem to sit flush with the body. At the back, something is very amiss with the rear suspension as the gaps between the tops of the rear tyres and the wheelarches are very unequal. Looking under the car you can see how it's not sitting correctly, almost as if one coil spring is broken or mismatched. I'd be grateful for other opinions on the state of the body. What would you do? Its a shame as the engine and interior are excellent and I was really hoping the car was basically sound. Now I'm wondering if its more of a donor vehicle for my other Cinqs.