New exhaust at 29,000 miles.
New alternator and battery at 38,000 miles.
Both doors, which are very large, heavy and poorly-hinged, suffered damage when opened in a gale.
The passenger door has paint damage from that incident which I have been touching up, but it is getting steadily worse and eventually the whole door will have to be re-sprayed.
Also the driver's door hinge was bent out of shape so that it would not close properly and although I had this fixed, the door and front wing are slightly dented.
Average fuel economy at 46 MPG is impressive.
Performance is adequate, especially given the size of the engine, and the car actually feels fairly lively in the lower gears despite a lack of outright acceleration. It is quite happy at an 80 MPH motorway cruise and maintains its speed even on uphill stretches.
The car handles reasonably well, but the ride quality is disappointing.
The steering is under-geared so that while it is very light at low speeds (despite being unassisted), sharper corners require a lot of wheel-twirling.
Interior space is outstanding for a car of this size and age, although the boot isn't huge.
However the seats, which are perfectly comfortable on short journeys, do not offer enough support on longer journeys.
The original dashboard speakers were terrible - I replaced them with JBLs which was a big improvement. The radio/cassette unit is also not up to much, although on the bright side at least no-one will steal it.
Other minor gripes include a strange smell from the heater and the immobiliser system which occasionally fails to recognise my key first time.
The above complaints aside, however, this car has been practical and generally reliable, cheap and pleasant to own.