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1972 Mini Cooper (austin) on 2040-cars

Year:1972 Mileage:63000

Limited edition 1991 mini cooper 1275 A+ imported from Germany and registered in California as a 1972. This car has all the German safety highway specifications ( front and rear set belts, side mirrors, windshield wipers and washers, front and side turn signal lights, rear glass defroster, catalectic converter) most classic minis does not have these equipment. This is a rust free car with near new 2 tone paint job including painted John Cooper strips on the bonnet .The Zee Max style body kids consist of front and rear spoilers ,side skirts and flares (cost over $2K) New front grill, New mini badge. New head lights, turn signal lights and chrome rings, 4 fog lights ( not wired) and set of mag wheels gave this car outstanding looks and appearances. Seats are leather with cloth inserts, Wood dash ( few hair line crack in clear coat), Front floor with custom diamond bar plates, New stereo and speaker with USB port and weather channel, New car cover, New aluminum radiator and water pump, New front ball joints, new muffler. new plugs and recent oil change. Engine runs strong (no issues at all) start right up, clutch is good no grinding or slipping in any gear. Buy with confidence. Feel free to have an independent mechanic to check it out. This is a good investment. Appreciation on classic cars are tremendous. Don't lose this opportunity. Too many cars, Have to sell few. My lost is your gain. Over $15k went into this car.

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Mini interns turn Paceman into Adventure pickup

Thu, 24 Apr 2014 11:01:00 EST

With coupes and convertibles, hatchbacks and crossovers, Mini has done just about every bodystyle we could think of, and then a few more as concepts. But it hasn't done a pickup. At least it hadn't until now.
What we have here is a Mini Paceman (that, of course, being the coupe version of the Countryman) which has been transformed into a pickup by a group of BMW interns. It's called the Mini Paceman Adventure, and it's currently on display at the Mini dealership in Munich. According to, the project involved not only chopping the roof and installing a makeshift pickup bed, but also reinforcing the body, reforming the underbody and B-pillar, fitting off-road tires (including a spare fitted to a roof rack) and a handful of other minor modifications.
The photos are a little sketchy (although the dealership tells us a better set will be available soon), but from what we can see, it looks like a pretty solid project - one that makes us wonder if the apprentices' bosses might be paying attention. Because next to the Mini Coupe with its oddball backwards-hat roof treatment, this one-off looks as sensible as you'd expect from a group of German interns.

Mini celebrates racing success with John Cooper Works Countryman ALL4 Dakar Winner 2013

Tue, 05 Mar 2013 14:20:00 EST

French drivers Stéphane Peterhansel and Jean-Paul Cottret drove a Mini Countryman to a class win at this year's Dakar Rally, and to commemorate their win, Mini has introduced a limited-volume car that will only be sold in France. The Mini John Cooper Works Countryman ALL4 Dakar Winner 2013 might be a mouthful to say, but it's a fitting tribute to Peterhansel's eleventh Dakar win as this Countryman is painted to look like the rally car and only 11 will be sold in the Peterhansel's home country.
Sporting a similar green-over-matte-black paint scheme as the Dakar Countryman, the JCW Countryman ALL4 Dakar Winner 2013 also adds green accents to the full-length top and side stripes, the side marker lights and also contrasting stitching inside the cabin. Adding to the car's rally look, this special edition will also include the racers' number card on the front doors, Dakar decals on the front and rear and Peterhansel's signature on the hood. Grille-mounted rally lights, bright red brake calipers and unique 19-inch wheels with dark-painted inserts finish off the exterior design.

28 "flexible ladies" cram into a Mini Cooper [w/video]

Sat, 17 Nov 2012 20:01:00 EST

The Mini Cooper is now confirmed as a great car with which to pick up chicks-up to 28 of them at a time, to be specific. That's the number of limber ladies you can fit in a Mini, as proven earlier this week in London.
The flexible females used every available space in the car, including the footwells and dashboard, to set the Guinness World Record for the most people inside a 2012 Mini. They beat their own previous record of 27, set last year.
Organizer Dani Maynard said before the attempt that the girls had undergone extra training and stretching since last year's record-breaking stunt. "While we have not quite been able to fit any of the girls into the Mini's glove box, there is a surprising amount of space to utilise," she told UK news site Metro.