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C $8,000.00
Year:1994 Mileage:2
Location:

North York, Ontario, Canada

North York, Ontario, Canada

I am SELLING SOME OF MY CLASSIC MINI COOPERS THAT I IMPORTED FROM JAPAN!

Why settle for just an ordinary rusted-out junker 1.0 liter MINI - these are rust-free ROVER MINI COOPERS 1275 THAT I IMPORTED FROM JAPAN!

My MINIS start $ 8,000

Here are some highlights:

  • AIR CONDITIONING
  • POWER DISK BRAKES
  • LEATHER INTERIORS
  • SOME HAVE CUSTOM SUSPENSION HI/LO KITS
  • 12" ALLOY WHEELS
  • ETC. ETC. ETC.

For every purchase I will do a complete TUNE UP at no extra cost:

1275 SPi Motors with the following new parts:

  • NGK Spark Plugs
  • New Distributor Cap
  • New Ignition Rotor
  • New Ignition Wire Set


They all come with Ontario Ownerships with 

Valid Ontario Safety Certificate.



ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY AS ONCE THEY ARE GONE - THEY ARE GONE!

PLEASE CALL ME AT 289-597-3017 EVENINGS AND I WILL BE MORE THAT HAPPY TO ANSWER ALL YOUR QUESTIONS AND I WOULD BE INTERESTED IN A TRADE FOR A CLASSIC CAR - LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE TO TRADE.


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Mini John Cooper Works Paceman is a potent little hot hatch in a fat suit

Mon, 14 Jan 2013 16:49:00 EST

If there's one thing we're never going to complain about, it's that Mini has found it necessary to put the John Cooper Works treatment on every single one of its models. We love the JCW package across the board, and the final installment of the high-performance chapter (for now, anyway) comes in the form of the John Cooper Works Paceman, debuting here at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show.
The John Cooper Works formula hasn't been altered in any way here, and like the JCW Countryman on which the Paceman is based, it comes standard with Mini's All4 all-wheel-drive system. We're sure it'll be a total hoot, and with 218 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque on tap, how could it not?
Look for the Mini JCW Paceman to hit dealerships in March of this year. Need to know more? Scroll down.

2014 Mini Cooper interior spied uncovered in China

Wed, 14 Aug 2013 10:31:00 EST

As we approach the November 18 debut of the new Mini Hardtop, the trickle of news is starting to increase. We've already shown you the exterior of the new hatchback, and now we can show you the interior. These images, captured by Car News China, show a cabin that maintains a few key Mini styling items, but is a fairly progressive evolution of the current R56 model.
Mini's most iconic interior treatment, its center-mounted speedometer, is now gone. The new speedo sits atop the steering column, flanked by a (too tiny, in our opinion) tachometer. In the speedometer's former position are the radio controls. Our friends in China put it best when they say, "The large dial is much uglier than before." There's a mass of buttons and unfriendly black plastic that, at first glance, look far cheaper than the rest of the cabin. Of course, we'll wait to see how this is all ironed out for the production-spec car.
The other parts of the interior, however, look quite good. There's a small bank of toggle buttons at the bottom of the center stack, and the checkerboard dash insert looks clean as well. The seats sport extensions for the bottom cushions, meaning there'll be the option of more support for drivers with longer legs. GTI fans might also notice the plaid bolsters on the seats. Mini's treatment is a bit more subtle than what you'd see on a Volkswagen, though.

BMW restores classic Mini as it revives production in Netherlands

Wed, 13 Nov 2013 10:00:00 EST

Mini will be kicking off production in the Netherlands, a country that hasn't built a Mini-badged machine since 1966. In honor of this event, BMW Group Classic, the team responsible for all the cars in the BMW Museum, as well as being a spare parts and restoration company in its own right, revived a classic 1959 Austin Seven. That particular car, number 983, was one of the first Minis to be built in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands' JJ Molenaar's Car Companies built 4,000 Austin Sevens and Morris Mini-Minors between 1959 and 1966, although we imagine Dutch Mini production will be much bigger when it starts up again in summer 2014. A five-person team from VDL Nedcar, the group handling production of new Minis, took to the job of restoring the diminutive British car from nose to tail.
The 34-horsepower engine and the transmission were both completely rebuilt, while the door panels were redone by hand. Help from the Mini community aided the VDL Nedcar team in finding authentic replicas or original parts where possible. All told, the new classic Mini is a striking example of what a good restoration can do to a car. The Seven was repainted in its original Farina Gray, adding to the car's sense of authenticity.