Well, Classic Car Weekly, bless them, carried this in this week's copy:
Not a particularly accurate description but close-ish.
Unfortunately we did find a piece of flooded road that was deeper than it looked and consequently entered a wee bit on the quick side resulting in the classic 7 trick of watching a wall of water rising up and then falling down on the car. Engine immediately went on to one cylinder but by blipping the throttle soon managed to pick up the other cylinders and progressed a little more sedately through the rest of the river
The river burst it's banks at Haselbury but the barn where we were parked and where the nosh was, was OK - at least until we left...
The half hood worked admirably (not one of the new types but just a modified old roof that I basterdised back in the 80's - about the same time as Dikko did his) and also the locals now know why I have the holes in the floor panels!! (it lets out what comes in...)