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Classic Mini Cooper Austin Rover on 2040-cars

Year:1980 Mileage:53000
Location:

Miami, Florida, United States

Miami, Florida, United States

Titled in FLORIDA this AUSTIN Rover Mini . has 53,000 mils (92 K in km) the car is in really good shape i was drive the car from miami to orlando couple of times no problem at all
interior is in excellent conditions (no pets, smoke free) door panels, dashboard and seat match from factory , new speakers and stereo with mp3 and cd player 
original rims and bumpers , new black grill (original included) new battery just replaced  VIN SAXXL251N20314288. Roof was re painted, monza flip fuel tank (original included)
super fun to drive, almost 70 mph in highway top speed, this car is very complete from factory , there is no pieces from other cars or models from diferent year on it
thank you for attention 

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2013 Mini Cooper S Paceman All4

Thu, 14 Feb 2013 14:58:00 EST

In just over a decade, Mini has expanded its modern range from the singular Hardtop model (launched in 2002) to a full range of little runabouts. The latest of these is the Paceman, and while European Editor Matt Davis gave us the full scoop on this model late last year, we recently spent time with the all-wheel-drive model just outside of Ponce, Puerto Rico.
It's weird, this Paceman. It slots in between the Hardtop and the Countryman (on which its based) in terms of size and functionality, and Mini says that it will appeal to a more style-conscious shopper. Key competitors range anywhere from the Nissan Juke on the low end to the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque on the high end.
After spending lots of time with the Countryman, we're convinced that maxi can still be Mini. And the same is true with this Paceman, too.

2014 Mini Cooper goes to the dogs

Tue, 17 Dec 2013 16:58:00 EST

We wouldn't buy a car to make a dog happy, but Mini's latest commercial, Bullheaded, would have you believe that dogs like the new 2014 Cooper as much as humans. Regardless of the commercial's target audience (Spike The Bulldog, or his owner?), it does show a couple new tidbits about the car, such as the new center dial touchscreen, ambient lighting and the nifty tinted pop-up display on top of the dashboard that reminds us of the head-up display on the new Mazda3.
Head below to watch Spike and his owner drive the Mini in Downtown Los Angeles (and the back lots of Paramount), and to get a behind-the-scenes look at how the commercial was made.

Mini apologizes with chocolate rose after spamming customer's inbox

Thu, 31 Jan 2013 18:44:00 EST

If you're a manufacturer, there are only so many ways you can say "sorry" after your automated e-mail system goes berzerk and spams everyone on your mailing list with hundreds of the same message. Mini recently found itself in that very spot, and rather than respond with a sheepish mea culpa, the company's PR team took a different tack by sending owners a very unique gift box. How unique? Inside, one owner found a set of chocolate roses, a roll of duct tape and a genuine can of Spam.
In an accompanying note, the company said it hoped the sweets would help patch things up between the company and the victims of the e-mail barrage, but in the event that wasn't enough to do the trick, the duct tape was there to help out. And the can of Spam? That tagged along just for stress release. Apparently the canned meat is squeezable. We wouldn't know. You can check out full photos of the gift box here.