Re: I give it about a week
"Wait, so with a number plate, you can then look up MOT history? Can anyone do that or do you need some special access somewhere?
>>>> Mines the one with a list of advisories a mile long hanging out of the pocket"
You just need the registration. You used to need the make and model but they've simplified it.
I would only worry about it if you have someone who knows about cars come round and look at your car. Otherwise, if you didn't know about it, chances are the buyer doesn't know either.