I would say this car came out of long term storage/hardly used and was just fixed as per photos to on sell.
Look closer, see anything not factory correct in the floors?
Yes that's the floor edges flipped up instead of down. Well I hope they considered the water getting in between the floor and inner sill, bit of a wasted effort really. Trying to rectify this sort of short cut can be messy/costly! Probably means there was no access to a rotisserie to do the job correctly as per factory installation.
The underside of the car was not restored. The engine bay is black, who knows what the colour of the car was originally probably silver. The seats were trimmed incorrectly, the head lining is incorrect and the door cards look in need of attention. Window winders and vent winder knob incorrect maybe.
No details on engine rebuild, who knows were it's at with the life of the crank 20 thou, 30 thou grind, 40 thou?.
Expect similar market response for these types of non original/hybrid cars regardless of BAT or Ebay. I see long term pain(for the buyer) if you go down this path of buying this type of car. I think the seller was punished by the market and so will others sellers be if they use this type of repair strategy.
It's a pity this car could have been a restoration contender if the seller did not stuff up the floors and followed through with a thorough restoration. But then again not ever 105 car will be restored!