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Classic Mini Cooper & Cooper S: Buying guide and review (1961-1971)

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In the anthology of bad decisions, Dick Rowe must take the gold prize; he’s the bloke who told Brian Epstein that Decca wouldn’t sign the Beatles because ‘guitar groups are on the way out’. But the gong could so easily have gone to Alec Issigonis, who took a lot of persuading that drafting in John Cooper to build a hot Mini would be a good idea. To Issigonis, the idea of a souped-up Mini flew in the face of the car’s raison d’etre – economy above all else. 
Thankfully the famously stubborn Issigonis was prepared to listen, and one of the all-time great partnerships was born, that of BMC and John Cooper. The latter was well versed on the black magic involved to successfully tune the fairly weak A-series engine. There were of course many problems, with camshafts, crankshafts and timing gear chewed up regularly. In the end, it was these issues that eventually the lead to Cooper ditching the standard 848cc engine. While the block was retained, the stroke was increased resulting in a 997cc capacity. 
With the increased displacement came some carefully balanced upgrades. A spikier camshaft, bigger inlet valves, twin SU carbs, a three-branch exhaust manifold helped the breathing, while domed pistons raise the compression ratio. Performance was significantly increased, while reliability didn’t suffer too much. 
The Mini-Cooper was an instant hit, but development didn’t stop there. From 1963 that original 997cc became obsolete, swapped out with an updated 998cc from the Riley Elf - with a few Cooper tweaks. 
While the standard Cooper evolved and improved though, it turned out that there was a significant demand for something with a bit more performance. This was satisfied in the form of the Mini Cooper S, the car we’re looking at in this guide
Which one to buy?
Highly coveted today, there were three major variations of the S over it’s lifespan. Rarest today are the 970cc versions which followed on from the initial 1071cc cars. The best remembered, and by far the most common are the 1275cc cars, utilised between 1964 and 1971.
Due to the serious desirability and collectability of genuine Cooper models, combined with serious values, there are many counterfeit Coopers around so it pays to do your homework. With almost 120,000 Coopers of all flavours produced, it can be difficult to spot a well-produced fake. 
Your best chance to avoid being stung is to research any potential purchase thoroughly. Know exactly what you are looking at, and contact the Mini Cooper Register for extra help. It’s also worth investing in a copy of John Parnell’s originality guide; it’s essential reading if you’re not to be duped. 
Performance and specs
Engine 1071cc, four-cylinder
Power 70bhp @ 6200rpm
Torque 62lb ft @ 4500rpm
Top speed 90mph
0-60mph 13.5sec
Fuel consumption 29.4mpg
Gearbox Four-speed manual
Dimensions and weight
Wheelbase 2038mm
Length 3054mm
Width 1397mm
Height 1346mm
Kerb weight 686kg
Common problems
• Early on, it’s fair to say that most Coopers would have been driven hard, and many are still enjoyed enthusiastically to this day. While they are built to take a certain amount of punishment, the engines do develop a number of issues. 
• A smokey, oil-burning A-series is not uncommon and is something that will affect most at some point. The main culprit is worn piston rings and bores. If the top end of the engine sounds overly noisy, then the rocker gear needs attention. 
• Overheating is also a potential problem, although this affects standard Cooper models more than the more substantially-cooled S. 
• Most rough running can be traced to badly adjusted carburettors. When they are worn out or incorrectly balanced it can make a cooper feel rather unpleasant to drive. Sorting is a cheap and relatively easy process, as there’s still plenty of mechanics skilled in the art of setting up these carbs. 
• Cylinder heads do have a habit of cracking between the valve seats. As the Cooper came with larger valves, cracks can form if and when the engine gets too warm. These cracks might not be evident, however a badly misfiring engine could be a warning sound.
• The Mini’s gearbox has always been known as fragile, even in standard form, and the Cooper is no different. Sharing its lubricant with the engine means that it needs special attention. 
• Going without a synchro on first gear until 1968, all models featured a four-speed transmission. Some may have been converted to five-speed today, while earlier cars might have also been retrofitted with a later all synchromesh ‘box. 
• If the shit doesn’t feel quite right, it’s likely that the nylon bush has become perished, but this is a cheap and easy fix. 
• Driveshaft rubber couplings also have a limited lifespan, especially if they are contaminated with engine oil (most have some form of leak). Post-1966 S models used Hardy-Spicer needle-roller couplings which are much stronger, but all other cars need regular coupling replacement, at £150 a time. 
• It depends what age of car you’re look at as to which suspension set-up you get should be seeing. Early cars got the standard rubber cones and telescopic dampers, but post-September 1964 Coopers got the more advanced Hydrolastic set-up. The company reverted to the classic set-up as of 1969. 
• Many Hydrolastic cars have been converted to the more simple set-up but it’s a difficult job to put it back to standard, so ensure you are happy with what you’re buying. 
• Standard rack-and-pinion steering should feel direct and responsive, as one of the car’s defining characteristics. Sloppiness of an inconsistent feeling is a sign that a new rack is needed. Thankfully, this is a relatively cheap and easy job to carry out, with spares availability extremely good. 
• With such tiny wheels, it’s no surprise that the Cooper’s brakes are equally diminutive. If the car is driven hard, they struggle to cope, so worn and scored discs are quite normal. With virtually everything being available to rebuild any Cooper braking system (standard calipers are obsolete), there’s no excuse for poorly anchors and in this case safety should come before originality. 
• Standard Minis featured drums all round, while the Cooper had seven-inch discs at the front; S discs were half-an-inch greater in diameter. Upgrades to S specification are common, and usually seen as acceptable – but even this may not be enough to rein in a very hard-driven car.
• Rust is a serious issue for every Mini ever built, and the Cooper is just as prone. Virtually every panel is susceptible to the tin worm, and it can seriously affect the value - so do be thorough with your checks. 
• The floorpan and bulkhead should be first on your checklist, followed by the front wings, and all outer panels – paying special attention to the seams. Rear wings rust through, and the rain gutters can also cause issues. 
• It’s likely that the sills will have been replaced on more than one occasion, so check them for any corrosion or dodgy patches. Doors and bootlids tend to rust just as badly as the rest, so again - check every panel! 
• Out of everything, the A-posts are generally considered to be the most difficult area for repairs, so take a good poke around this area. 
• Interior trim was varied and extensive, and incorrect parts are common. The various Coopers featured all sorts of different trim and instrumentation combinations.
Model history
Mk1, Oct 1961-Jan 1964: Chassis nos. prefixed C-A2S7 (Austin) or K-A2S4 (Morris), engines prefixed 9F, 55bhp, 54lb ft from 997cc. 24,860 made. 
Mk1, Jan 1964-Oct 1967: Chassis nos. as above, engines prefixed 9FA, 55bhp, 57lb ft from 998cc. 64,224 made. 
Mk2, Oct 1967-Nov 1969: Chassis nos. prefixed C-A2S8 (Austin) or K-A2S6 (Morris), engines prefixed 9FA, 55bhp, 57lb ft from 998cc. 16,396 made. 
1071S, Mar 1963-Aug 1964: Chassis nos. prefixed C-A2S7 (Austin) or K-A2S4 (Morris), engines prefixed 9FSAH, 70bhp, 62lb ft from 1071cc. 4031 made. 
970S, Mar 1964-Jan 1965: Chassis nos. as 1071S, engine prefixed 9FSAX, 65bhp, 55lb ft from 970cc. Just 963 made. 
1275S, Mar 1964-Jul 1971: Chassis nos. as 1071S until introduction of Mk2 Mini in Oct 1967. From then, prefixes are C-A388 (Austin) and K-A2S6 (Morris); from arrival of Mk3 bodyshell in March 1970, cars carry B-20-D prefix. 1275S engines have 9FSAY prefix, 76bhp, 79lb ft from 1275cc. 14,313 made, with another 6329 Mk2s and 19,511 Mk3s built.
Owners clubs, forums and websites
• www.britishminiclub.co.uk
• www.miniownersclub.co.uk
• www.minicooper.org
• www.theminiforum.co.uk
• Minispares.com
• www.moss-europe.co.uk
• www.minisport.com
Summary and prices
All Coopers are great to drive and unlikely to depreciate, but the pick is the Mk1 1275S, built between April 1964 and September 1967. With a perfect blend of performance, relative availability and charming looks thanks to the Mk1 bodyshell, this is the Cooper that has it all.
As long as you buy a good one, you’re pretty much guaranteed to see your Cooper go up in value. But as soon as you slide behind the wheel, all thoughts of seeing the car as an investment will go out the window. 
This really is a car that redefines the joy of driving – and that’s in standard form. Thanks to its iconic status there’s no shortage of specialists willing to sell you bits to make the Cooper even better to drive, and you won’t need to spend a fortune either.
For many years the focus has been on the Cooper S, but the standard Cooper is now also significantly sought after, resulting in increased values for these cheaper cars. But you can still get a decent Cooper for little more than £12000; the S typically carries a 25% premium. 
The cheapest Cooper S is the 1071, followed by 970cc editions; the 1275 is the one everyone wants and a really superb one of those can fetch as much as £35,000 today. Restoration projects start at £3500, or £10,000 for an S – but check the car is genuine before buying!
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Last updated: 13th Jun 2016
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  • 2001 Mini Cooper Sport 500

    £18,995 £18,995

    We are delighted to offer this genuine Classic Mini Cooper Sport 500 onto the market. This is one of 500 made in the final Classic Mini production run. On October 4th 2000, after 41 years Rover ceased production of the Mini and in celebration of this wonderful piece of motoring history, Rover launched a ‘Mini Classic’ range. Right at the very end of production, a separate batch of 500 Cooper Sport 500's were built and these end of an era, last of the line cars have become hugely desirable. This particular example was first registered on the 5 th March 2001 and is number 218 of the 500 built. The Mini is 1 of 110 finished in Solar Red and this car has covered just 13000 miles from new. The Mini changed hands in 2003 and has been with one lady owner in Worcestershire since, a regular customer of ours who is a keen Mini enthusiast. Since 2008 the Mini has been kept dry stored and off the road, and therefore will be supplied to its next owner fully serviced and with 12 months MOT. The Mini comes with its original wallet and handbooks including a service record containing six stamps. The Mini has been carefully owned and arrives in stunning condition both inside and outside. The Mini 50

    • Year: 2001
    • Mileage: 13000 mi
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  • Mini Works Cooper

    £10,990 £10,990

    2 keys, Climate Control, Full Leather, DAB radio, Parking Sensors, Immobiliser, Cruise Control, Privacy Glass, Remote Alarm, Remote Central Locking, Head Restraints, Height Adjustable Seat, Folding Rear Seats, Rear Headrests, Multi-function Steering Wheel, Power Steering, Trip Computer, ABS, Isofix, Electric Mirrors, Push Button Start, CD Player, Radio, Multiple Airbags, Electric Front Windows, Colour Coded Body, Locking Wheel Nuts All of our vehicles are prepared to a high standard and you won't be disappointed all vehicles are supplied with a full HPI report, 1 years MOT where applicable and fully serviced with any parts without a serviceable life replaced. Warranty supplied on all vehicles. We offer finance at competitive rates HP or PCP is available, nationwide delivery is also available please call for information and quotes. Part exchange is offered and most things are considered. Viewings best by appointment but vehicles are viewable at opening times so feel free to come and have a browse, contact Stuart or Neil on 01206 212710 or after hours fell free to call or text anytime Stuart 07860 348928 Neil 07581882838

    • Mileage: 50000 mi
    • Engine size: 1598
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  • Mini Cooper s GP1 | Hollybrook Sports

    £13,750 £13,750

    A beautiful low mileage example, that has all the hallmarks of cherished ownership finished in Thunder grey, with black Recaro leather interior. The Mini GP has quickly became a recognized 'Modern classic' with only 2000 models produced, with every one sold before they were released. This model was a far cry from a standard Cooper S, with everything focused on producing a special driver focused car. The Alloys were designed not only to be lighter, but to allow additional air in to cool the brakes, weight was shed by 50 Kg, Strut braces were fitted to stiffen the Chassis, and the Bhp was increased to 218. All this produced an epic car, that looked and drove spectacular. Viewing highly recommended. Please feel free to give us a call, for an honest overview of this vehicle.

    • Year: 2006
    • Mileage: 54000 mi
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  • Mini Works Cooper

    £11,790 £11,790

    ** £99 DEPOSIT £249 MONTHLY **, ** BUY NOW START PAYING NEXT YEAR **, John Cooper Works Chili Pack, John Cooper Works Aerodynamic Bodystyling, John Cooper Works 17'' Cross Spoke Alloys, John Cooper Works High Performance Engine, John Cooper Works Twin Exhaust System, John Cooper Works High Performance Braking System, John Cooper Works Red Brake Calipers, John Cooper Works Sports Seats, John Cooper Works Leather Gearshift, John Cooper Works Leather Steering Wheel, Full Black Lounge Leather Interior, Carbon Black Colour Line Interior Trim, Carbon Black Interior World, Heated Seats, Heated Front Windscreen, Chrome Line Exterior, Panoramic Glass Roof, Climate Control, Air Conditioning, Xenon Headlights, Privacy Glass, PDC Park Distance Control, Computer, Cruise Control, ISOFIX Restraint Safety System, EBD Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, ESP Electronic Stability Programme, Stability Control, Traction Control, ABS, Airbags, Bluetooth Connectivity, USB Connectivity, DAB Digit This rare and much sought after Mini John Cooper Works is in an outstanding condition both inside and out and really has to be the best one currently for sale in the UK. The car has been meticulously looked after with a Full Mini Service History comprising of seven Services recorded in the Service Book and additionally the Timing Chain was replaced by Mini in September of this year. The car is a real head turner finished in Midnight Black Metallic Black Metallic with a contrasting Full Black Leather Lounge Interior. Being the Flagship of the Mini Range the car has as enviable high level of specification as standard but this particular car was ordered from Mini with £4210.00 of Factory Options including the Chili Pack, Full Black Lounge Leather Interior, Panoramic Glass Roof, Special Order Metallic Midnight Black Paint Finish, Heated Seats, Heated Front Windscreen, Privacy Glass, Bluetooth Connectivity, USB Connectivity, Carbon Black Colour Line Interior and Carbon Black Interior World. This is a very special Mini JCW and one that really stands out from the crowd. ** ALL CARS NOW SUPPLIED WITH 12 MONTHS AA ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE COVER, 5 DAYS FREE INSURANCE (SUBJECT TO ACCEPTANCE & £12.50 ADMIN FEE), A NO QUIBBLE PARTS AND LABOUR WARRANTY, INCLUDING FAILURES CAUSED BY WEAR AND TEAR, 12 MONTHS MOT AND A MULTI POINT PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION REPORT **

    • Mileage: 53000 mi
    • Engine size: 1598
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  • Mini Cooper S BVA 184ch


    Features : 1st Main, Mirabeau, book a day Comment : Red hot chili pack, panoramic sunroof, automatic transmission, piano black finish, parking sensors, stereo Harman Kardon system, heated seats, alloy 17, bi-xenon, automatic air conditioning, bluetooth, gis, audio interface iPod, mp3, multifunction steering wheel .

    • Year: 2009
    • Mileage: 20199 mi
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  • Mini Cooper S Cabriolet JCW BVA


    Features : 1st Main, Mirabeau, Manufacturer Warranty Comment : John Cooper Works Pack black piano, parking sensors front and rear wheels 18 , GPS, automatic air conditioning, automatic transmission , xenon headlights black , harman kardon stereo system audio interface Iphone , Ipod, bluetooth, cruise control, pack hot spice .

    • Year: 2009
    • Mileage: 4972 mi
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  • Mini Cooper S GP | Hollybrook Sports

    £16,000 £16,000

    A cherished low mileage example, that has all the hallmarks of being meticulously maintained finished in Thunder grey, with black Recaro leather interior. The Mini GP has quickly became a recognized 'Modern classic' with only 2000 models produced, with every one sold before they were released. This model was a far cry from a standard cooper S, with everything focused on producing a special driver focused car. The Alloys were designed not only to be lighter, but to allow additional air in to cool the brakes, weight was shed by 50 Kg, Strut braces were fitted to stiffen the Chassis, and the Bhp was increased to 218. All this produced an epic car, that looked and drove spectacular. This particular example is something special, with only 21k miles completed from new and one of the best left within the UK. Viewing highly recommended.

    • Year: 2006
    • Mileage: 21000 mi
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    $24,900(£20,350.77) $24,900(£20,350.77)

    --Pure Silver Metallic, Black Lounge Leather with white piping, Full Works 'GP' body kit including Carbon Fiber rear wing and body trim, One celebrity owner, 27,000 miles from new, professionally engineered aftermarket performance enhancements Purchased new by celebrity Ice Hockey player Alexei Kovalev, this Mini Cooper S is one of a handful of rare and limited edition 'John Cooper Works' examples sold in the USA and is without question the highest specification Mini Cooper we have ever encountered. Finished in Pure Silver Metallic coachwork with a Black Panoramic glass sunroof, this manual 6 speed example was ordered new with the GP body kit and in addition, has carbon fiber hood scoop, carbon fiber JCW rear wing, carbon fiber trunk trim and carbon fiber diffuser. Shortly after Mr Kovalev took delivery of his then new Mini, he entrusted the car to a highly regarded tuning specialist in Montreal, Canada, well known for their fabrication, preparation and servicing of exotics and race cars. His direction was to give the Mini even more power over the standard 220 bhp yet to remain tractable and docile in normal driving conditions, but exhilarating when the chance of an open twisty roa

    • Year: 2009
    • Mileage: 27000 mi
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  • Mini - 2011 Cooper 2.0 SD, Convertible

    £8,999 £8,999

    Opening Hours Monday 9am-5pm Tuesday 9am-5pm Wednesday 9am-5pm Thursday 9am-5pm Friday 9am-5pm Saturday By appointment Sunday By appointment Appointments can also be made outside normal business hours. We are delighted to offer this stunning Mini Cooper S Convertible. Finished in Pastel Blue with grey leather upholstery, having covered just the 67000 miles with the full Mini service history and just two owners. Please do not hesitate to contact us to arrange a viewing/test drive or just for further information, please email us at sales@karden.co.uk or by telephone on 01732 883113.

    • Year: 2011
    • Mileage: 67000 mi
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  • Mini Works Cooper

    £12,500 £12,500

    CHILI Pack with Carbon Black Lea Punch Leather Upholstery with Heated Front Seats and Black Carpets, Black Power Hood with Black Bonnet Stripes and Mirror Backs, JCW Aero Bodystyling, MINI Multi Media with Satellite Navigation, Bluetooth Telephone Connectivity and Driver Information Centre, 17 inch Light Cross Spoke CHALLENGE Alloy Wheels with Red JCW Brake Calipers, Auto Air Conditioning, Bi-Xenon Headlights with Wash, Rear Parking Sensors, Multi function Leather and Alcantara Sports Steering Wheel, Hi-Fi System with Radio/CD/Aux Input, Electric Heated Door Mirrors, Piano Black and Chrome Line Interior Trim, Centre Arm Rest, DSC, DTC, Sport Button, Bike Rack Prep, Remote Alarm Locking, Warranty, 208 BHP, 1 lady local owner, supplied and serviced by Cooper Tunbridge Wells at 6881 miles in 02/12 and 14456 miles in 06/14, (we will carry out a service prior to sale), 2 x keys, absolutely immaculate throughout, Santander finance available, subject to status.

    • Mileage: 17000 mi
    • Engine size: 1598
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  • Mini Cooper

    £13,695 £13,695

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. A final Mini Classic Cooper Sport 2000 with one owner and 15,953 miles MODEL HISTORY Due to the immense popularity of the Sports Pack, an option on 1997-2000 Minis, Rover decided to release a final standalone model with it fitted as standard. The Classic Cooper Sport was born, and became the flagship of the Mini range. Just 2091 RHD Classic Cooper Sports were made from the last batch of production each with the unique SAXXNP chassis number. Today these are highly sought after and rare cars with just 587 known to the register EQUIPMENT Platinum Silver roof, door mirrors, and bonnet stripes, chrome brightwork, opening rear quarter windows, twin coachlines and decals, Mini winged bonnet and boot badges, derivative and GB boot badges, large body coloured wheelarch extensions, halogen headlamps, front driving and fog lights, heated rear window, cream faced instrument gauges including tachometer, water temperature, oil temperature, battery condition, analogue clock, alloy fascia, alloy gearknob, alloy door furniture, driver’s airbag, side intrusion beams, perimetric anti-theft alarm with passive engine immobiliser and remote activation, internal bonnet release. EXTERIOR This historically important Mini was made at the end of the line and is finished in British Racing Green, (Code WNS) with a contrasting Platinum Silver roof, (Code MNX). The paintwork boasts a beautiful glossy shine with a silky smooth and uniform finish which warrants the low miles covered. The purposeful Sport Pack, unmarked decals and bright chrome work complement the polished paint to create an outstanding appearance. The front bumper has a tiny mark along with the bonnet which does not detract from the show winning credentials. Factory stickers to the front and side glass remain and the correct Quadoptic halogen lights, driving lamps and front fogs are fitted. At the rear the proud GB, Sport chrome badges and dealer supplied number plate are present. Stunning. INTERIOR Lavishly trimmed, the full leather interior in Black and Nickle Silver, (Code WNP), is in incredible order thanks to the one careful custodian and low miles. Natural light veins to all seating is unavoidable but no wear to the silver inserts and silver coated steering wheel can be detected. The pristine carpets have been protected by genuine Mini Cooper velour mats and the door cards are perfect. The cream faced instruments set within the unmarked alloy facia function correctly along with all other controls. The correct CD player with the Mini logo remains fitted. Devine. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The time proven Rover Group A-Series engine used in this final production car utilises the 1275cc unit mated to Multi-Point fuel Injection to lower emissions and increase performance to a refined yet punchy 62bhp. The delightful and unobtrusive rasp from the factory standard exhaust is a hoot! The engine bay is spotless and factory standard to allow exhibiting. The four speed gearbox is smooth, precise and a pleasure to use. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Cooper Sport 13in alloy wheels with the correct green Mini centre logo caps remain in fantastic order and are still shod in matching Dunlop SP2000 175/50 R13 tyres. Although ample tread remains and original fitment is desired by collectors, due to age, a change is recommended. The servo assisted brakes incorporating front discs and rear drums bring the car to a prompt and assured halt. HISTORY FILE Registered new on 1st September 2000 by Rover Main Dealers, Mann Egerton of Norwich, this Mini Classic Cooper Sport 2000 has been owned from new by Mrs Dunham. The original new vehicle invoice confirms the model and the optional extras of pearlescent paint and a single CD player. The service portfolio handbook has the correct vehicle label sticker and 15 stamped entries with accompanying invoices to warrant the 15,953 miles covered. All handbooks contained within a pristine Mini black leather A5 wallet are present and a spare set of keys and remote remain in a clear bag. This example represents the pinnacle of the late Rover Mini incarnations, a firm must have for any classic Mini fan and collector. MOT August 2017, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/r4CUB59hE_I To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskF4YZwN 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/#!/KGFClassicCars

    • Year: 2000
    • Mileage: 15953 mi
    • Engine size: 1.3
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  • Mini Works Cooper

    £22,950 £22,950


    • Mileage: 7000 mi
    • Engine size: 1998
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  • Mini Works Cooper

    £17,950 £17,950


    • Mileage: 13000 mi
    • Engine size: 1598
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  • Mini Works Cooper

    £4,795 £4,795

    Full Black Gravity Leather Interior, Heated Seats, 18'' JCW R105 Gloss Black Alloys, Panoramic Roof, Rain-Sensing Wipers, Auto Lighting, Xenon Headlamps, Cruise Control, Harman Kardon, Power Steering, Adjustable Steering Column, Electric Windows, Electric Mirrors, Remote Central Locking, Immobiliser, Anti-Theft System, Traction Control, Trip Computer, Auto-dip Rearview, Quick-Clear Screen, Climate Control, Air Conditioning, ABS, Twin Air Bags, Side Air Bags, Isofix, Head Restraints, Height Adjustable Seat, Lumbar Adjustment, Rear Headrests, Folding Rear Seats, CD Player, Steering Wheel Audio Controls, Front Fog Lamps, Metallic Paintwork, Stunning Condition Throughout, UK Supplied, Full main dealer service history Mini Cooper 1.6 John Cooper Works 3dr In Stunning British Racing Green,Great Spec With Over £8000 Worth Of Extras From New.Looks And Drives Like its Done 60,000 Miles With Full Main Dealer Service History,Screen Price Includes FREE Parts & Labour WARRANTY,FINANCE AVAILABLE FROM 6%,LIFETIME WARRANTYS AVAILABLE FROM £199**THIS CAR QUALIFIES FOR OUR TOTAL CARE PACK**All Our Vehicles Are HPI Checked. 5 Day Driveaway Insurance Now Available.**SPECIAL OFFER** WILLIAMS Synthetic Paint Protection Only £100 When Purchased With a 12 Month Warranty** As We Are Part Of AA Cars This Vehicle Comes With a Full AA History Check & 12 Months AA Breakdown Cover, PLEASE NOTE:Please Call Before Travelling As The Vehicle You Are Looking At May Be At Our Other Site

    • Mileage: 130000 mi
    • Engine size: 1598
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  • MINI Cooper

    £25,995 £25,995

    Variant name:Cooper D 5-Door ,Variant: Cooper D 5-Door Cloth Firework Carbon Black/Carbon Black, Air conditioning. manual, Cruise control with brake function, Metallic paint, MINI Connected, Mirror caps in chrome, Multi-function controls for s'wheel, Speedometer w/ KMH readout, Sport leather steering wheel, Visual Boost Radio, White indicators

    • Year: 2016
    • Mileage: 6849 mi
    • Engine size: 1.5
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  • MINI Cooper

    £29,995 £29,995

    Variant name:Cooper D ,Variant: Cooper D Cloth Cosmos Black, Floor mats. velour, Inlay colour Carbon Black, Multi-function controls for s'wheel, Speedometer w/ KMH readout, Sport Steering Wheel, Alarm system (Thatcham 1), Heated Mirrors/Washer Jets, Bike Rack Preparation, Passenger airbag deactivation. front, Park Distance Control (PDC). rear, Basic Bluetooth with USB, Radio BOOST CD, DAB digital radio, 2nd Remote Key

    • Year: 2016
    • Mileage: 9501 mi
    • Engine size: 1.6
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