1973 Morris Mini
*1993 Rover Mini Chrome Edition
Here is a very cool and rare Mini that just arrived from Seattle. This special "Chrome" edition was a dealer option only in Germany. For a European model, it has low rust and good paint. This '73 Mini is on a 1993 Shell, and reverted to a carburetor setup. It is a very nice little mini, and being a LHD later model, is quite a hard to find commodity here in the states. Powered by a 1275 with a rod change gearbox, it is eager to be someone's baby! Come take a look!
Estimated At $30,000
1989 Rover Mini Cooper
Sourced from Japan, this mini would fool anyone on first glance. It is extremely modified to look like a MK I Morris Cooper S, complete with body modifications, early lights, bumpers, and wheels. The interior has gone all the way, with custom seats, centre clocks, MK I column, even a centre mount key and switch panel! Under the bonnet lies a Longman built twin carb 1275 that will spin these little tyres easily.
Available For Deposit
ETA Mid August
1963 Austin Mini Cooper
This "Cafe Racer" style MK I is everyone's dream. Built 1275, 4 syncro remote manual gearbox, oil cooler, and 7.5" brakes. Interior is slightly custom with bucket seats, canvas sunroof, and black on black colors. Perfect paint, and clean new chrome, truly a show stopper.
1980 Austin Mini 1000
This Mini 1000 is our shop car, race car, and show queen. Powered by a 1330 with extreme modifications, it makes roughly around 120hp. Clean paint, with some small trouble areas, and a clean, comfy, and functional interior. This little mini is ready to race, and street legal. Roll cage, Full poly suspension, and 12" revolution wheels.