The 1275 GT Clubman model was easily recognisable by its squarer frontal facelift, courtesy of stylist Roy Haynes. The Clubman was produced from 1969-1980 and over the years was powered by 998cc, 1098cc and 1275cc engines. The 1275 GT was the first Mini to be fitted with a rev counter. It’s easy to see the appeal of this car, as superb roadholding coupled with delightful responsive steering and a lively little motor all add to the feelgood factor. This example is 1977 Mini Clubman registered 26/09/77 in the year of the Queens Silver Jubilee and a scorching summer. Reg TPK 922S. Russet Brown Matching numbers car Refurbished 12” steel wheels with rare and original trims and new tyres Tax Exempt. 77k miles . 12 Months MOT upon sale. Restored in 2017. All serviceable parts replaced including front and rear subframes, new brakes, brake lines, fuel lines, exhaust, suspension. Full Engine and Gearbox rebuild Fully undersealed and waxoiled incl. inside the sill cavity’s Immaculate Interior, the headlining, door cards and floor covering all present in excellent overall order, whilst the fabric seats are free from marks or tears. This very genuine car still starts on demand and offers a driving experience like a GT would have done in the Jubilee year 77 ! One of two cars available.
After this Mini 1000 left the Belgium factory in 1977 it was first registered in September in the Netherlands. It was restored and modified to Cooper specifications in 1993-1994 and fully documented since. The engine was changed by a 1275GT block and head, with a 4 Synchro gearbox. In the last 18 years the car only has driven 2.800 km. Visit only by appointment! More information on: www.kucarfa.nl