“I wanted something I could drive immediately and something that did not need restoration. I wanted to be confident that it had been regularly serviced,” he says. He recalls inspecting one immaculate Seville that was all black. It was an ex-Hong Kong car. “The problem with it,” says George, “was that the right hand drive steering conversion had been done with an under-dash chain set up. So I had to say no.” George’s Seville has an immaculate conversion by Braeside Steering in Victoria, done after the car was imported in 1984. You’d think it was a factory built dashboard. “The car had only one American 13