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 email@example.com.. . 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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The next-generation Mini lineup could see some big changes, according to a report from Australian site CarSales. Starting with the debut of the third-generation Mini Hardtop at this year's Los Angeles Auto Show, we could see a regular string of Minis on the stages of the world. But the bodystyles we see might not be what we've grown used to.
A four-door sedan could eventually arrive, while the polarizing Mini Coupe and Roadster are likely to be replaced by a dedicated sports car with unique sheetmetal and uprated engines. While the rest of the line is switching to three-cylinder, turbocharged engines, the new sports car, which will be available in both soft- and hardtop variants, will use some version of BMW's 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder. The Aussie site also claims that the interior treatment could take inspiration from the Mini Vision concept car, while showing off the know-how BMW gained when working carbon fiber into the i3. The new model(s) would likely arrive in late 2015 or early 2016.
According to CarSales, we'll see the three-door Hardtop at the 2013 LA Show, along with a five-door hatch that is different from the Clubman at the 2014 Paris show. The Clubman, meanwhile, will arrive in Geneva in 2015, while the Convertible is slated for later that same year. The current Countryman and Paceman are expected to be around for some time, before being joined by an MPV. Eventually, the larger Minis will share their architecture with the BMW X1.
We've seen it in super high-res glory, and we can even build one on the automaker's website, but the Paris Motor Show marks the official coming out party for the new Mini Hardtop 4 Door (which is what it's called in the US, despite this Euro car having "5 Door" badging). It's a stretched version of the third-generation Mini Hardtop, but with an extra set of doors for rear seat passengers. Think of it as a more useful Clubman, but with a lower ride height and less rugged-ness than the Countryman. Got it? Good.
Engine options carry over from the normal Mini Hardtop range, with a 1.5-liter turbo-three and a 2.0-liter turbo-four offering 134 and 189 horsepower, respectively. The rest of the car is everything else you know and love from the Mini range, just with a more spacious rear bench. And as you'd expect, there's a nearly endless pallet of customization options.
The Hardtop 4 Door arrives at US dealerships just before the end of the year, commanding a roughly $1,000 premium over its three-door kin. Scope out our new live shots in the gallery above, and take in the extensive press blast, below.
Mini models may keep getting incrementally bigger, but then so do their engines. Or more powerful, anyway - especially when it comes to the John Cooper Works performance models. The JCW version of the first (post-revival) generation R50, which was really more of an upgraded Cooper S than its own model, packed a 1.6-liter supercharged four with 200 horsepower. The following R56 JCW upped that incrementally to 208 hp, but the next Works hatchback is now rumored to pack around 230 horses.
Tipped to be revealed in both three- and five-door body-styles at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show half a year from now, the F56-gen Mini John Cooper Works hatchback is expected to use the same 2.0-liter turbo four as the new Mini Cooper S, but increasing the output from 189 hp to approximately 230. That would mean it would be more powerful than either of the two previous John Cooper Works GP editions to make the new JCW the most powerful road-going Mini to date, backed by 285 pound-feet of torque driving through a six-speed manual or available automatic transmission to deliver what promises to be a blistering pace for the latest retro hatchback.