IF THE STANDARD IS NOT ENOUGH. PERSONALIZED IN PERIOD FOR A VERY SERIOUS AMOUNT OF MONEY Brand Morris Type Mini Moke ‘Pavesi’ Color Beige Interior Beige Year of build 1965 Price € 55.000,- 1965 MORRIS MINI MOKE BY PAVESI Extremely rare Pavesi version (like Redford and Wood & Pickett) Complete with original picknick set and waterski’s Superb color combination made for the area where the Mini was used Designed in the late 1950’s by the Austin Mini father Alex Issigonis, the Mini MOke finally became an icon on the Riviera, Australia or even the Caribbean for its fun and also practical side. It’s unique to feel the freedom when driving a Moke. But this Moke is not just an ordinary Moke. It is a very rare and unique Moke being a Pavesi Moke. La Carrozzeria Fratelli Pavesi was owned by 2 brothers from Milano. It was a traditional Italian coacbuilder which was founded in Milan in 1929. However, history has not treated it much better then its UK competitors like Wood & Pickett and Radford. In fact Pavesi was more like an upmarket Crayford, producing clean-looking convertible Ferrari 400 conversions. Pavesi started to modify Mini’s in the 1960’s adding luxury features like upgraded leather
SOLD/VERKAUFT/VENDU/VERKOCHT Morris Mini Traveller 1966 LHD in very good condition Very rare 1966 Morris Mini Traveller. Converted into LHD en technical restored by a upgraded 1275 cc engine. A very special and technical fantastic. A very neat car with some traces of use. The original matching numbers engine will be delivered with the car. You seldom come across a Morris Mini Traveller and the version with LHD is very rare. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
- Reputedly the sole Morris Mini Cooper S MKII converted by Wood & Pickett to Margrave specification (built on 19th August 1969, it was not road registered until 11th September 1970) - Previously owned by Leonard of Mayfair, Denny Laine of the Moody Blues / Wings and John Hammel, Sir Paul McCartney's guitar technician (the latter buying it back on several occasions) - Winner of the London to Brighton Mini Run 'Car of the Show' in 2009 and the subject of various magazine articles Reputedly the only Morris Mini Cooper S to be converted to Margrave specification by coachbuilder Wood & Pickett, chassis K-A2S6/1321285 was despatched to dealer Stewart & Arden Ltd of Acton, London on 9th December 1969 but not road registered as 'YYU 292H' until 11th September 1970. The ten-month gap was understandable given the craftsmanship that went into its subtly reworked exterior and thoroughly remodelled interior. Both front wings were given modest peaks (something of a W&P trademark), the headlamps gained hooded chrome surrounds (Riley 1.5 litre items) and the doors were modified to accept James Young-fabricated opening quarterlights, Piper electric windows and repositioned Princess 1100 handles. T
Morris Mini Cooper S Mk11, 1968. The coachwork is finished in its original colour of Sandy Beige, complemented with a black roof. Black Upholstery and Original Sports Recliner Seats. The engine has been rebuilt and tuned with ported and polished head, Special Cam Shaft, dished pistons and twin 1 and 1/2" SU Carburettors.;This Stunning example has only had 4 Owners from new and has been very well looked after.;This rare, genuine, original Cooper S is in fantastic condition with perfect panel fit ( including the doors). Supplied with Heritage Certificate, several old MOTs and tax discs, Original Morris Hand Book, Invoices for parts and maintenance and a handwritten diary scheduling works. ;Just been recommissioned and fully serviced having oil and filter changed, new plugs, all hoses renewed, new brake servo, MOT, plus much more.;Due to the Exceptional condition and works carried out this Cooper S is very quick and drives superbly
1968 Morris Mini Cooper MK II 998cc. Tartan red with a Snowberry white roof. This stunning Mini Cooper has been with its last owner for 14 years and during this time was subject to a complete nut and bolt restoration that was completed in 2012 and covered less than 500 miles since. The restoration was carried out by Sprockets and Spanners of Bradford with all of the invoices in the history file. No expense has been spared and every component either refurbished or replaced, the engine and gearbox were rebuilt with the car now able to run on unleaded fuel. The upholstery is brand new as are the carpets, roof lining and door cards. This car really needs to be seen to be appreciated, the engine bay is fully detailed and the underside as good as the rest of the paintwork. This Mini drives just as good as it looks with a fantastic exhaust note and a great driving experience with the straight cut gearbox. The car displays 61,000 miles which could well be correct, and we have lots of old MoT certificates. There is a large history file with the car showing all the thousands spent during the rebuild. This Cooper is ready to show and would be a welcome addition to any collection and would not look out of place in any parade. From our past experience restored Mini Coopers do not remain unsold for very long, so if you are looking for a stunning example with great investment prospects - then this is the one for you. She really is a turn-key completed project. So there is nothing to do other than enjoy this 'Mini Adventure' and admire the attention to detail that has been put into this beautiful restoration.
This superbly presented MKI Mini was first registered on the 14th May 1962 and was supplied brand new in White and allocated the registration mark NOO 440. The Mini was first registered to a lady in Enfield who kept the car seventeen years, selling it to a lady in Peterborough in 1979. The second later owner moved to the Norwich area and eventually parted with the car in 1993 and it was sold by a Norfolk based classic car business in 1994 to its third owner, a gentleman based in Glenrothes. The Mini stayed in the same family until 2010 before selling to the most recent owner, also in Fife, Scotland. NOO 440 comes to us with a comprehensive history file containing copies of all logbooks dating back to 1962, various MOT certificates and an invoice file from the 1990's detail a high level of expenditure. Work from this period includes new steering rack boots, cv boots, track rod ends, Halogen headlight kit, new oil pressure switch, plug leads, front and rear brake shoes, brake cylinders, wheel bearings, subframe bushes, handbrake cable, brake hoses, re-conditioned radious arms, knuckle joints and bushes, new rear shock absorbers, thermostat and thermostat housing, new manifold gasket,
Service history Solid Almond Green, The is the very rare 1965 Morris Mini Traveller... Service history, Excellent bodywork, Green Vinyl interior Excellent Condition, Tyre condition Excellent, 4 seats, From 1960 the Mini range included a estate car version built on a longer wheelbase which it shared with the Mini Van and Pick-up. This particular Morris Estate is extremely rare and is in near concours condition. This car has had a ground up, bare metal restoration and is in quite simply; exceptional condition both inside and out. The car drives with no faults or issues, steers correctly and brakes correctly. This car has the upgraded engine for modern driving conditions, but we also have the original which is supplied with the car. A rapidly appreciating piece of English Motoring Heritage. Experian auto check clear, £14,994 p/x welcome
A CHANCE TO OWN A VERY VERY RARE UNWELDED MORRIS MINI ONE THAT IS NOT REPAINTED AND ONE THAT IS NOT FULL OF FILLA WILL ONLY GO UP IN PRICE FAMILY OWNED FROM NEW WON AWARDS FOR BEING MOST ORIGINAL MINI SEEN PLEASE CALL ALL ORIGINAL HAND BOOKS ETC PRICE IS THE PRICE THANK YOU A GREAT IBNVESTMENT
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