For Sale By:Dealer
Exterior Color: CLEMSON ORANGE
Interior Color: Black
Model: Classic Mini
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: manuel
Sub Model: moke
We at Monte Carlo Minis are proud to offer from Mokecar dot com dot hk/Moke Australia/ and mokeinternational dot com In Chongqing China.and Brisbane Aus. To be the current SOLE US importer of there new Mokes. the complete running.driving mokes here with North Carolina titles. These have state issue vin numbers ( called NCS with MVR 31, MVR 55 customs build and MVR 92H title bond) Colors in stock are 1 in CLEMSON ORANGE, 1 in yellow a . Ok Payment:NO TRADES , NO FINANCE We do NOT accept CC, Pay Pal or checks of any kind. Just cash in hand, or letter of credit ( irrevocable) required on placing the order) good faith deposit of $5500 on custom builds MonteCarloMini dot com. and are titled AUSTIN MOKES here in NC. We have locations here in Earl NORTH CAROLINA and also in Aylesbury ENGLAND and Mexico City MEXICO These can ONLY be sold in North Carolina as complete running cars with the NCS state vin numbers.. thus NO KITS. NOTE Turn Key with NCS state vin numbers and NC title START at $24500 USD..fyi NC titles These require title bond MVR 92 H..We do NOT use DONOR moke. EMAIL me for title questions These are legal in most of the 50 states. BIll Cox Lic NC dealer and bonded US CUSTOMS importer with TWIC , ACE and SCAC. phone 1-704.487.6406 shop. 1-704.487.6797 home. midnight is OK , VIEWING on sunday afternoon is best.. CALL for more firstname.lastname@example.org.. . ONLY two new mokes left in stock. 15 july 13 I have again bare ( painted) moke shells.again direct from china. All moke sold AS IS NO WARRANTY. Sight Inspection is required before buying... the engines are used..classic mini engines.. 998c manuels. they are 21 years and older to comply with EPA (CKD) kit car laws.. If you looking for the PERFECT moke with tiny budget of $5k.. do NOT call me and expect me to drop my price to fit your TINY budgets... btw two more containers of new mokes coming later this year from China.....
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While there are those who watch automotive exploits hoping (secretly or otherwise) for a spectacular crash, most of us are happy when everything goes smoothly. But at the end of the day, a daring stunt wouldn't be a daring stunt if there weren't some element of danger. And make no mistake about it, Guerlain Chicherit's recent long-jump record attempt was a daring stunt if ever there was one.
Chicherit, for those unfamiliar, is a French athlete who made the rare transition from "conventional" sports to motor sports. An accomplished professional skier, these days Guerlain drives a specially-prepared Mini Countryman in off-road events like the Dakar Rally and in death-defying stunts. Last year he managed to backflip his Mini and land in the record books, and this past winter he went after Tanner Foust's record by attempting a 360-foot jump at a ski resort in the French Alps. Unfortunately, things did not go as planned.
Despite several practice jumps at closer distances, the final attempt ended in a massive cartwheel crash in front of the gathered crowds. Several spectators published footage of the crash soon after it happened, but now GoPro has released a more comprehensive compilation showing the lead-up to the event and the jump itself from every angle - inside, outside and away from the vehicle. It's guaranteed to make you cringe, but remember that Guerlain miraculously escaped with minimal injury and will live not only to tell the tale, but likely to take another crack at it. Whether you're the kind to gawk at such a crash or not, the video below is worth watching.
Mini is well underway testing the third-generation of its four-place Cooper Convertible, as evidenced by these photos, showing the new droptop riding along on a flatbed.
Codenamed the F57 - as opposed to the "F56" designation for the Hardtop - the Convertible will ride on the same UKL front-drive architecture that will underpin its hardtop brother, not to mention its German cousins, the BMW 1 Series GT and X1. According to our spies, it'll share more than a few of the BMW i's lightweight technologies and will include such advanced features as electronically adjustable dampers. That seems like some high-dollar tech for a droptop Mini, but we'd be quite happy to see it arrive all the same.
From the beltline down, we can expect the Convertible to feature almost identical styling to the Hardtop. Based on the spy photos, there's not a lot to see above the belt line, either. The roof carries roughly the same shape, and will probably fold in a similar Z-pattern to the current canvas top.
Mini has officially sold 500,000 vehicles in the United States. The achievement came just a few days after the company commemorated its 11th anniversary in America. When the automaker first opened its doors to US buyers in 2002, it sold just 24,590 unis. Last year, the automaker moved 66,123 vehicles thanks in part to an expanded lineup that now includes the Clubman, Countryman, Coupe, Roadster and Paceman in addition to the stalwart Hardtop and Convertible. The company plans to have some 130 dealerships nationwide by the end of 2013; there are currently 116 Mini dealers in the US.
Mini helped reignite an interest in small cars with plenty of personality when it debuted the Cooper 11 years ago. The move helped pave the way for machines like the Fiat 500, Ford Fiesta and Chevrolet Sonic. Check out the quick press release on the 500,000th Mini model below.