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2010 Mini Cooper Convertible on 2040-cars

Year:2010 Mileage:27867
Location:

Bogota, New Jersey, United States

Bogota, New Jersey, United States

MINI GEM...

2010 MINI COOPER CONVERTIBLE...GREAT LITTLE CAR ..CAR WAS A SALVAGE VEHICLE THAT HAS BEEN REBUILT TO THE STATES APPROVAL AND HAS PASSED SAFETY SALVAGE INSPECTION..I HAVE OWNED THE CAR FOR THE PAST 3 YEARS AND HAVE HAD NO ISSUES WITH IT OTHER THAN REGULAR MAINTANENCE (BRAKES AND FLUID CHANGES)

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CAR BOOKS AT A LITTLE OVER 18,000 I UNDERSTAND IT HOLDS A REBUILT TITLE WHICH EXPERTS VALUE REBUILT TITLE CARS AT ABOUT 10 TO 15 PERCENT LESS THAN RETAIL WHICH GIVES A VALUE OF AROUND 15,000


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Mini blows up over women applying makeup in cars

Wed, 05 Jun 2013 19:58:00 EST

Distracted driving is a very real problem. From drivers with phones dangling from their ears to those constantly adjusting the stereo or dealing with rowdy children in the back seat, anything that diverts attention away from the act of driving is a potential danger. And yes, that would indeed include applying makeup while driving.
Publicis, the advertising agency used by Mini in Mexico, came up with an inventive (or offensive, depending on your point of view) way of reminding female drivers "that there's a time and place for everything." And while we're not quite sure of the veracity of the statistics cited in the video below, or even the necessity of its production in general, perhaps we'll just take it as a reminder to pay attention while driving... no matter what else happens to be on our minds. Or faces, as it were.
Scroll down below for the explosive demonstration.

Mini finally lands its full blackflip

Tue, 19 Feb 2013 10:01:00 EST

French stuntman Guerlain Chicherit hit the ski slopes of Tignes, France over the weekend - not to enjoy the fresh snow but to perform the first-ever unassisted backlip in a car, which was teased last month.
The unassisted part of the stunt comes from the fact that he Chicherit, in a special rally-prepped Mini Countryman, uses a regular, solid ramp rather than any specially modified ramps that have been used in the past to pull off this stunt. Unfortunately, after 18 months of practice, you'd think the video would be more entertaining by showing more closeups or better angles of the stunt.
Either way, you can check out Chicherit and his Countryman nail the back flip in the video posted below, and Mini has provided a press release and some high-res shots for the stunt as well.

Honda engines and giant killing in the classic Mini Cooper

Mon, 22 Jul 2013 12:44:00 EST

Electric Federal has taken a fresh look back at the enduring legacy of original Mini with a video interview with Heritage Garage's Graham Reid, one of the foremost experts on classic Minis. As Electric Federal points out, it's important to remember that the Mini did not start out as a performance car. It was built in response to the Suez Canal crisis of the mid-50s, which had a similar effect on British gas prices as OPEC did on American prices in the 1970s - rationing and rapid price jumps.
Through the years, Minis have grown from their budget roots to become seriously competent performance machines. As Reid says, a 150-horsepower Mini on the right track should have no problem outpacing a contemporary Porsche 911.
For some time now, classic Mini owners have been dropping Honda engines under the tiny hoods of their classics. With up to 250 horsepower pulling a car that tips the scales at barely 1,200 pounds, the upgraded Mini is "a real sleeper," Reid says. Interestingly, Reid doesn't mention another increasingly common swap in the Mini community - Suzuki Hayabusa-powered Coopers.