밀드레드의 미스터리 고독한 모리스 마이너: 4년 전 헐 다층 건물에 방치된 1960년대 클래식 차가 먼지로 뒤덮인 채 – and its parking charges are STILL up to date
A vintage Morris Minor that was left in a car park more than four years ago has parking charges that have been paid for and are up to date.
Mystery surrounds the dust-covered 1965 모리스 마이너 1000 that is believed to have remained parked inside the King William House multi-storey car park in Market Place, Hull since at least July 2017.
The car has continued to live inside the concrete tower block as hundreds of commuters and shoppers come and go and the only signs of recent activity appear to have been occasional passing fingers creating letters and patterns in the dust.
그리고 another twist to the curious tale, car park operators APCOA have confirmed the car is not parked illegally.
The dust-covered 1965 모리스 마이너 1000 has been parked inside the King William House multi-storey car park in Market Place, 선체, for a least four years
The vehicle hasn’t been taxed since June 2019 and it features a sticker on the boot bearing the name ‘Mildred’
성명서, 회사가 말했다: ‘The parking charges are paid and up to date so this is not an abandoned vehicle.’
A check of publicly available data on the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) website provides some limited clues about the classic car’s history, but not its mysterious ownership.
The vehicle hasn’t been taxed since June 2019 그러나, as it’s currently off the road and three-storeys up in the air, it doesn’t need be taxed until being driven somewhere else.
The DVLA site also confirmed the colour of the car under all that dirt is indeed maroon but beyond that, the identity of the owner remains – for now at least – 알 수 없는.
Still visible through the dusty windows is another mystery – a thin long object wrapped in brown plastic and bound black tape lying on the back seat.
The vintage car has continued to live inside the concrete tower block for several years
A thin long object wrapped in brown plastic and bound black tape lying on the back seat is still visible through the window
The only signs of recent activity appear to have been occasional passing fingers creating letters and patterns in the dust
In the corner of one rear window, there’s a small sticker of the Leeds Grand de Parp, an annual event started in 2013 by the Leeds branch of the Morris Minors Owners Club.
The only other clue is a more modern addition the car’s classic retro curves – a sticker on the boot bearing the name ‘Mildred’ in prominent red lettering.
While it is not entirely clear how long exactly the car has remained inside the car park, the car’s MOT expired in July 2017 which means it could be just over four years.
But without a current MOT certificate in place, there is a risk of the mysterious owner being clobbered with a fine of up to £1,000 should the car get back out on the road.