Austin Mini 1000 Hl 1982 X reg Only 23334 miles from new,totally original.Condition is very good inside and out.2 Owners.The car has been in dry storage since 2004 and not driven,so will need a service new battery etc.,very mild restore to get back on the road.This is a lovely little clic .Will need picking up from the Chislehurst area ,I am selling on behalf of an elderly relative.
998 cc ,1987 D reg,Mayfair auto,50342 genuine miles ,turquoise,mot March 18,no advisories ,serviced ,lovely solid mini clic,looks and drives lovely, been restored 2010-2012,has colour coded turquoise and red check interior,Sony cd player ,perfect first car,ideal show car £2895 o.v.n.o Polegate East Sussex 07737-986652 evenings best
Clic Mini 30 £5000ono Excellent condition and with improvements from the original design. Stage 1 tuning consisting of long centre branch exhaust manifold leading to a 2" stainless centre exhaust. Cone air filter and change of carburettor needle to suit. Electronic Ignition. Adjustable height suspension. Adjustable front tie bars. Adjustable gas shock absorbers. 13"x7" Alloy wheels with a split rim design. Gold spokes and alloy outer wheel. Wide body coloured wheel arches to suit wheels. Minifin rocker box cover Oil pressure guage Aluminum interior door furniture. 69000 miles New mot July 2017 For recent mot, New rear subframe Reconditioned trailing arm bearings New rear sub mountings and bushings Rear shock absorber replaced All work completed by excellent mechanic at a local garage. Last 12months Front wheel bearings replaced Reconditioned front brake caliper Last 24 months New high capacity water pump New aluminium radiator New duplex timing gear
AUSTIN MINI 1000 VAN, NEED FULL RESTORATION, 1979 MODEL, CARB LOOKS VERY VERY NEW, ENGINE TURNS OVER, AND THE BRAKES ARE ALL FREE WILL MOVE BACKWARDS AND FORWARDS, GREAT PROJECT FOR SOMEONE,, White, GBP 3,495
I'm selling my Mini 1000 1978 Azure Blue With Brown Strip Original Trim, Only Covered 67,000 Miles ;The story in short:;I purchased the mini off a gentleman that did 90% of the refurb but then needed to sell due to lack of space, he had it for nearly 4 years which he slowly did the refurbishment, I have photos of the rebuild from start to finish. The reason he did such an intensive rebuild is because he bought the mini off his friend who owned it for 19 year but left it sitting in a barn and over the years became very rotten hence why it was stripped down and totally resprayed and engine rebuild. Once I got it I did a little detailing because I like my cars to look totally orignal I put new bumpers on, mirrors, front grill, alternator and other service things and it runs lovely now, I did the London to Brighton back in May and few other events it will be missed once sold! ;I do believe these little cars are slowly going up in value and would be a great little investment. I have had a look what else is for sale and these 70's mini's are really shooting up in value! ;Anyway please call for any information
This superbly presented MKI Mini Saloon was first registered on the 01st Jan 1961 and was supplied brand new in a light blue to the Metropolitan Police Force and allocated the registration mark MDX958. Since this time it has had only two owners with the docs showing it was last sold in 1988, prior to our acquiring it on the 24.03.2012 as a barn find and putting it back on the road. Mini's are fast appreciating; this has to be a good long term purchase. During our ownership we have upgraded the brakes, engine, extra chrome etc as it was purchased as a first car for our daughter with it being a small engine but many origional features remain. It has the push button start, the horsehair seats which are now covered in a plasticised trim as seen in the pictures and many other features from when the car was first built. Now christened Judy this car is part of the family but we must let her go, she has been off road for roughly two years whilst we debated what to do and during this time was stored at our garage business but now we have semi-retired and she is sat on our drive uunder a blaket waiting to be loved and cherished by a new family as we have. Unfortunately, during this time one of the aliminium trumpets which act as suspension struts has broken and needs replacing, so the car will have to be picked up on a low loader, We are open to offers and although money is important to us as we have invested a substantial amount in this car to make her road worthy, we would also like her to go to a new home to be loved and cherished as we have, Please note milage is slightly more then advertised at 15300.
FOR SALE A splendid Austin Seven Basic Mini Saloon in show condition EQUIPMENT All steel unitary construction, double-dip headlamps with foot operated dip switch, hinged rear number plate, sliding windows, one sun visor, floor mounted starter switch, central instrument dial, oil pressure warning lamp, drivers seat adjustable, wide door pockets, flashing indicator stalk, fresh air heater, front ashtray. EXTERIOR This stunning very early Austin Mini is finished in hard wearing Farina Grey, (Code GR11), and is virtually flawless with an impressive glossy shine. Being the Basic model no bright inserts are found in the window rubbers and correct features such as the body colour petrol filler cap and rear number plate lamp in black remain fitted. Considered by some as running prototypes the early production models had distinguishing features such as the non-recessed glass apertures and flat sills. These cars were 50kg lighter than the standard production car. The wavy chrome grill and correct boot script are in excellent order. Wheel arch apertures are incredibly clean and the underside is body coloured. Cuteness in abundance! INTERIOR Being the Basic model the seats are finished hard wearing Grey Woven Cloth that have been meticulously recreated by Hunters of Brora Ltd and look absolutely fabulous. The cream Austin speedo is beautifully preserved and sits fully functional on the painted board dash lining. Unique features are still fitted such as the flat switch panel, centre hinged sun visor and the rear view mirror with a long slender stem and pinch bracket to hold the glass finished in crackle black. Thick pile grey carpeting and matching woven cloth door cards have been professionally tailored and replace the rubber mats. The floor mounted starter button remains in situ. Simply divine. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION A water cooled, overhead-valve four-cylinder engine mounted transversely has a cubic capacity of 848cc and produces 34bhp. The engine is whisper quiet and is still the factory supplied unit with matching numbers. Early production car features such as the metal oil filler cap and metal filler caps for the master cylinders are still fitted. The correct DR2 wiper motor and heater take off tap accessed from the engine bay on top of the head is fitted. The cylinder head has been converted to run on unleaded. The engine bay has been detailed for bonnet-up showing and creating a ‘wow’ factor The original 4-speed gearbox works well and is operated via the correct straight gear stick as fitted only to early cars. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Pristine JBW Minilight alloy wheels with new Falken 145/80 R10 tyres have been fitted. Braking to all four wheels is hydraulically operated by a pendant pedal with two leading shoes at the front. The handbrake lever is the correct type with the chrome button. HISTORY FILE Built on the 18th November 1959 this example is one of the most iconic of all the Minis as it was built within the first three months of the public launch date of the 26th August 1959 as confirmed by the Heritage Motor Centre. These early built cars possess a uniqueness with individual build differences before full scale production, standardisation and the ‘facelift’ in October 1960. With only three owners from new this example has a fascinating history all catalogued in the history file. The first owner enjoyed the car for six years before a Mr Mucklejohn purchased the car for his son, Ian, in 1965. Only used by Ian for two years before being hit head-on by a Ford Cortina. Fortunately Ian suffered only minor injuries and even kept the newspaper extract dated the 10th February 1967 where the Cortina driver was fined £10 with a licence endorsement! A Front End number of FE68802 confirms dating of August 1960 to the body after the repairs. While the vehicle was being repaired Ian purchased a Hillman Imp which he preferred to drive so once the Mini was returned it lay idle and unused. In 1999 after 32 years of being off the road Ian decided to have the vehicle restored to ‘as new’ condition with an invoice presented for the privilege of £14,726.90. After 50 years of ownership KGF Classic Cars were delighted to sell the car to the third keeper, Mr Robin Guest who has now decided to sell in order to concentrate on his primary passion, motorcycles. A history file comprising of wonderful period artefacts including letters, photos and period literature are included along with a certificate from the 1959 Mini Register & Mini Magazine identifying this example as a surviving 1959 Mini and thus formed part of the Mini 50th anniversary celebrations. MOT Exempt, Tax Exempt, HPI Clear. 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1968 genuine MK 2 1275 Cooper S, twin tank, finished in beige with white roof and black interior, UK supplied, excellent history file, original log book, very rare to find one like this, must be seen to be appreciated
This fabulous Austin Mini Mayfair Automatic has covered just 22000 miles from new and had just one owner from 1986 to 2013. D251 GWW was supplied new by Appleyard of Harrogate, first registered on 1st August 1986. The Mini still retains its original Appleyard After Sales Care passport with service book, handbook, consumer guide and entertainment handbooks. Having spent its entire life in Yorkshire, the Mini changed hands for the first time in 2013, heading to an elderly retired gentleman in North London. The car only spent 18 months in the Capital, covering in the region of 500 miles and being treated to over £1000 work to include new engine mountings, new front brake discs and pads, new front calipers, flexi hoses, inner and outer CV boots, new radiator, stabiliser bushes, shock absorbers, steering rack boots, track rod ends and full service to include new HT leads and distributor cap. We sold the Mini to its third owner, a long term regular customer in York who has covered local mileage in the York area, enjoying using the car during summer months with several trips to the Golf Club. We serviced the car and prepared it for a new MOT, finding no significant work being required. Ha
Mileage: 17090 Exterior Color: white/black Interior Color: black Body Style: Coupe Engine: 1340 cc 4-cyl Transmission: 4-speed manual Drive Type: FWD Fuel Type: Gasoline Doors: Two Vin: CA2SB12334878A The original Mini Cooper was made by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and its successors from 1959 until 2000. This highly prepared Mini is a high performance “Pocket Rocket”, presently configured for track use and could easily be reconfigured for Rally and street use. Great looks with exceptional build quality. The original is considered a British icon of the 1960s, and its space-saving front-wheel-drive layout (which allowed 80% of the area of the car’s floorplan to be used for passengers and luggage) influenced a generation of car makers. The vehicle is in some ways considered the British equivalent to its German contemporary, the Volkswagen Beetle, which enjoyed similar popularity in North America. In 1999 the Mini was voted the second most influential car of the 20th century, behind the Ford Model T. Designed as project ADO15 (Austin Drawing Office project number 15), the Mini came about because of a fuel shortage caused by the 1956 Suez Crisis. Sliding windows allowed storage
1972 Austin Mini Pickup 1275cc. Glacier White with Blue leather upholstery and white piping. This stunning Mini Pickup was subject to a full nut and bolt restoration in 2015 and has covered just 200 miles since. The Mini has been upgraded with a freshly built 1275cc engine, and we have photographs of the rebuild. Absolutely no expense has been spared and we think this must be one of the best pickups available in the UK today. The upholstery has been trimmed in full piped leather and brand new matching door cards and carpets fitted. The rear load area has had a bespoke wooden bed made and the van sits on period correct 10" steel wheels. The Mini drives just as you would expect with no faults, a very strong engine and smooth gearbox and a wonderful tone from the sports exhaust. The cost required to reproduce this car would be huge. This pickup is perfect for any collection and would stand out on any showground. The whole concept of purchasing a light commercial for private classic motoring combined with its advertising potential is one we have enjoyed for many years and proved to be an enormous success. Without doubt the most economical and successful form of advertising known to man. In summary if you want the best available then this is well worth a look. We think this is a car that any collector or enthusiast would be pleased to own. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery to mainland UK included in the asking price. Shipping can be arranged.
1986 Austin Mini Mayfair Automatic. Sea Mist Blue with grey upholstery. This Mini was owned by the same family from new until 2015 and 1 lady since. The 11,200 miles on the clock can therefore be warranted as correct, supported as they are by the original service book which contains 8 stamps. Its most recent service was undertaken just a few miles ago. As one would expect of such a low mileage vehicle, it drives beautifully and the automatic gearbox performs well. The Mayfair retains its original book-pack and spare spare set of keys. This car is a "BL" era car and features items such as a rev counter, servo front disc brakes, plastic wheel arch covers, opening rear side windows and plush velour seating. Known as the "Mayfair Edition". Seldom do such low mileage examples come to market so this is a great opportunity to obtain a very collectable car. This is a car that any enthusiast would be pleased to own and would be a welcome addition to any collection or purely as a usable classic. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery included in mainland UK.
Metallic Paintwork, Front Fog Lamps, CD Player, Stereo, Alloy wheels, Service history
(SOLD) This left-hand drive Mini was originally produced during the late-1990s and it is titled as a 1971 model, thereby making it emissions-exempt in California. With approximately 500 miles from new, it is highly equipped with a fuel-injected 1,300 cc engine, a four-speed gearbox, an oil cooler, power brakes with front discs, driving lights, hydraulic steering, Minilite wheels with Bridgestone Potenza tires, plus such late-production features as a driver’s side airbag and a sporting two-tone interior. It also features a new full-size spare tire, two keys with remote entry, a complete alarm system, tools, and a washer bottle in the rear. It is also radio-prepped with speakers and antenna already installed and ready for your favorite stereo unit. Simply put, this amazing Mini perfectly combines iconic styling with the comfort and performance of today! Please note: While this vehicle was originally produced circa 1998/1999, it is currently titled in California as a 1971 model.
(SOLD) The Austin Mini Cooper S offered here was the subject of a no-expense-spared, bare-shell restoration by renowned Mini expert and European rallyist Peter Valentine, who prepared the car for International Historic Rally competition to Group II Appendix J regulations. It competed successfully in Europe, earning a prestigious class win at the Belgian Historic Rally (a Vimeo video of the car at the Belgian Rally may be seen here, and scans of the logbook and other info are shown below) The Mini features a racy color combination of Tartan Red with a white roof, complimented by a Red and Gray interior with it's original glass kept intact. Since it's importation Stateside, the car has been extremely well cared for, and has been a frequent participant at Shows and Concours events. The Mini contains a vast assortment of Rally options and equipment including: twin fuel tanks, (2) spare tires, (4) 7" Lucas auxiliary lights, and a 5" reversing light; for additional safety, a roll cage, competition seats, fire extinguishers and a 4-point harness were added. The car has complete build and service records, an FIA Historic Vehicle Identity form, a RACMSA logbook, and a copy of the Brit V5 re
This fabulous 1975 Mini 1000 Automatic is a real delight. This practical classic is in exceptional condition and fitted with the very rare automatic gearbox. A perfect incarnation of the legendary Mini Icon. Fantastic to own and drive.
Recent service,no advisories on MOT drives well.Repair work done well and generally in good order with less rust than you would expect for a 26 year old car.We are unsure of the exact mileage of this car.
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