I guess mint is for once an accurate description of mine. It has genuinely only been used a few times in over 35yrs prior to us getting it a couple of years ago.
The floorboards and oars are original as is the varnish which is more in the condition of a piece of furniture than boat fittings. It has the original green canvas storage bags, pump, repair kit, spare valves, pressure gauge and screw in Zodiac pennant for the bow socket.
It came without an outboard so the Tohatsu 9.8hp 2-stroke is one I bought for it... possible the most suitable for the Zodiac's size. The boat is rated to 25hp though! I have bought some genuine Zodiac launch wheels which clip onto existing transom fittings... they are the business.
Other than that no mods or extra purchases. It doesn't have a seat so we sit on the tubes.
Amazingly it has no leaks, damage or patches.
We use it like any other inflatable but with a little extra care in handling on the beach or foreshore to preserve the condition. I do check the seams after every use with respect to its age but so far everything is perfect.
It's the first inflatable we've owned and has been a huge success for family fun. During 5 days of this summer hols we totalled more than 60 miles off the West Coast of Scotland.
You asked about the model name... that's what I was saying... Mk.I and Mk.II etc are the model names rather than age designations.
Look forward to seeing more images and hearing how you get on when yours arrives.
BTW here's an image of the transom so you can see that in detail when you have yours to compare age features.
And one of the kids heading out to the Sound of Jura alongside us in the grp boat.