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Mini Morris No Reserve Cooper S Austin Mini Mk1 Mk2 on 2040-cars

Year:1963 Mileage:77000

Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada



1963 Mini Morris

Mk1 tail lights,

MK1 grill and mustache

Fender mirrors

early 80's cooper S twin carbs and disk brakes.


paint is shinny and no dents, wide body mini. The roof has silver checkers and door has circles for racing numbers but they are stickers and can be removed if not liked. Rear pop out windows.

This is not a perfect mini, but is a great car. The mini shifts good but it idles fast at around 2K RPM, it will need a good carb tunning. The HS2s SU carbs might need new jetting or just to balance them out. The horn is not working. lights, turn signals and all the electric looks in order.

Interior is clean and complete but it shows age, especially the headliner has some stain. The dash has some wear as well but  i think that patina make it look good with the center gauge. Motolita sterring wheel, racing trottle, wood knob and others Cooper s parts. NO radio, but has antena conection.

This mini has Hi-Los paired with spax shocks and deep dish 10" revolution wheels. Tires are dunlop with 60-70% tread. Center muffler does not sound loud, it has a good note.

great oportunity to grab a classic for little price. Please make sure you have the founds to pay for the car.

NO RESERVE, higher bidder will win the car. $500 non refundable deposit after the auction ends

The car is located in Vancouver canada. I will help the buyer to ship this car anywhere in USA, Canada, Mexico, or any other country.

Please ask before bidding, inspections and test drives are welcome.

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Fri, 03 Oct 2014 11:30:00 EST

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