The original Mini was expected to carry four individuals; the combined weight of the passengers being greater than the entire vehicle. An interesting feature of the original car was the size of the door pockets, designed to accept a bottle of ″Gordon′s″ gin, not a milk bottle as is commonly thought- how very British. Although the Mini did change a little over its very long life it did stay true to its original concept, this special edition ″Mayfair″ is one of its last incarnations and has many of the modern features we have come to expect from our cars including electronic fuel injection, air conditioning and a driver′s airbag. It is in impeccable condition and won the 2003 and 2004 Mini Car Club NSW ″Show and Shine″ award. Finished in White with contrasting black ″John Cooper″ bonnet stripes, it also has rather fetching tweed inserts on the seats, it comes with its original books and even has a factory Rover workshop manual. Very importantly as this model was never officially imported to Australia it has full Australian compliance and this is no small undertaking, it also features deep dish Minilite style alloy wheels, genuine wide wheel arches, walnut dash and a modern JVC sound
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David Brown, the UK-based specialist car maker previously known for the ...
Following on from the huge success of the new-generation Mini in 2001, B...