A historic 1940s American diner that was brought to Britain from the US 25 years ago has been put up for sale on e-Bay.
Mimi's Vintage Diner is one of only four authentic US diners in the UK - it was built in New Jersey in 1949 and traded until 1992 under the name 'Ted's Plaza Diner'.
It was moved to St Austell in Cornwall and remained in business for another 24 years.
It's owner Ben Whitehouse lovingly restored the interiors and exteriors to their original glory, renaming the diner Mimi after his daughter.
Now, Ben's decided to part with it.
Anyone able to afford the £360,000 price tag would buy themselves a piece of history - and potentially a profitable business. Ben says that diners have become iconic buildings in their own right, drawing a crowd of customers who want to experience the dining experience they've seen in american movies.
The listing is fully operational, and comes complete with kitchen equipment, a fully fitted out seating area, and the capacity to feed 48 diners.