The seller says that this Mistral is one of 28 RHD cars ever made; it has been sold new in England but it was imported in Germany years ago. Probably it was imported as LHD cars had few market so they were generally cheap and, indeed, this car seems still quite cheap.
It is described as a driver: paint looks good, the body made by Frua looks rustless (read: no major rust issues) and the interior looks old and tired but original and basically healthy. The leather is not scratched nor too much wrinled and it could be entirely recovered.
Engine bay looks correct as well: as a 1967 model this car should be equipped with the 4.0 litre unit which, as usual, produces a great sound when in good order. Many Commonwealth collectors could be interested in this red Mistral. Find it for sale at £35,000 or near offer (today $58000) here in Malterdingen, Germany.