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US $16,500.00
Year:1992 Mileage:57438 Color: Red /
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Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, United States

Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, United States
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1992 GENUINE MINI COOPER IN EXCEPTIONAL CONDITION. FUEL INJECTION MODEL (SPI). THIS CLASSIC MINI DRIVES PERFECTLY. I RECENTLY TRAVELED TO A CAR SHOW IN FLORIDA AND RETURNED WITHOUT ANY PROBLEMS OR CONCERNS. THE INTERIOR INCLUDING THE SEATS, CARPETS AND HEADLINER ARE ALL IN WONDERFUL CONDITION WITH NO STAINS, TEARS OR SCUFF MARKS. THE CAR STARTS UP STRAIGHT AWAY WITH THE SPI FUEL SYSTEM. THERE IS NO CHOKE PULL OUT AS ON THE CARBURETOR MODELS.

THE PREVIOUS OWNER BOUGHT THE MINI COOPER IN 2000 AND IN 2002 DECIDED TO HAVE AN EXTENSIVE REBUILD. THAT WAS CARRIED OUT BY THE MINI PLACE IN SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND WHICH SPECIALIZED IN CLASSIC MINI RESTORATIONS AND REPAIRS. THE REAR SUBFRAME WAS REPLACED. THE TRUNK FLOOR WAS REPLACED. REAR BUMPER PANEL WAS REPLACED. SIDE STEPS AND SILLS WERE REPLACED. DOOR POSTS, SCUTTLE AND FRONT FENDERS WERE FITTED. ALL THESE REPLACEMENT PANELS WERE FROM THE HERITAGE COMPANY, APART FROM THE REAR SUBFRAME. IN 2005 THE OWNER DECIDED TO STORE THE MINI IN HIS GARAGE UNTIL 2014 DUE TO WORKING ABROAD MUCH OF THE TIME. HE DID START IT UP FROM TIME TO TIME AND OBTAINED THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT TEST CERTIFICATES THAT ARE MANDATORY IN THE UK. IN 2016, HE DECIDED THAT HE WANTED TO INSTALL A NEW "OLD STYLE" COOPER 130MPH CENTER CLOCK AND INSTRUMENT CLUSTER TOGETHER WITH A NEW RPM COUNTER CLOCK THAT SHOWS 2,439 MILES. BEFORE IT WAS REPLACED, THE ORIGINAL THREE-CLOCK CLUSTER SHOWED 55,000 MILES ON THE SPEEDOMETER.

THERE IS A HISTORY FILE SHOWING THE MOTs TOGETHER WITH SERVICE WORK CARRIED OUT AND PARTS. THERE IS NO RUST THAT I AM AWARE OF, HAVING HAD A MECHANIC CHECK THE MINI OVER THOROUGHLY AND REMOVE THE INTERIOR TO CHECK THE FLOORS, TRUNK AND UNDERSIDE. IT WOULD BE DIFFICULT TO FIND A TWENTY-SEVEN YEAR OLD CLASSIC MINI IN THIS REMARKABLE CONDITION.

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Mini Clubvan ready for boutique chic delivery duty from $25,985

Sat, 23 Mar 2013

The light commercial vehicle market has exploded in recent years. With a too-large full-size van no longer the only option for small businesses looking for an enclosed cargo carrier, options like the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Ford Transit Connect and now this, the Mini Clubvan, are now available to suit every size need.
Unveiled at last year's Geneva Motor Show, the Clubvan will soon be on sale here in the US and we finally have details about what that transaction will cost you. Motoring File reports that the Clubvan's price will be $25,985, which includes the so-called "chicken tax" and a $700 destination and handling charge.
Other questions that were answered include whether or not the Clubvan can be ordered as a Cooper S or even John Cooper Works model, and the answer is no (why do need to deliver cakes that fast anyway?). Also, Mini has confirmed you can't take the shortcut of creating your own Clubvan by purchasing a standard Clubman and removing the rear seats. The factory Clubvan features steel side panels instead of vinyl coverings over the rear windows, as well as a fully flat load floor and a safety cage protecting front seat occupants.

Mini Clubman Concept throws open all six of its doors for Geneva

Tue, 25 Feb 2014

Coming in just over 10 inches longer and 6.5 inches wider than the 2013 Mini Clubman, the new Mini Clubman Concept that you see above is set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show next week. Let's get the maximum mini jokes out of the way right off the bat... Done? Okay, moving along.
Adrian van Hooydonk, Head of BMW Group Design, says that this Clubman Concept "shows how the Mini Clubman could be taken a step further: more interior space, a greater sense of high-end quality and yet still clever, bold and distinctive." And that extra interior space will be accessible through four real doors, eschewing the single-sided barn door approach of the current Clubman. Well, mostly - there's still the side-by-side barn door philosophy at the back instead of a more traditional upward-opening hatch. In fact, spy shots and early rumors pegged this more conventionally doored Mini as a new model selling under a new name, possibly Traveller. However, it appears that Mini will stick with the brand equity it has established with Clubman instead.
As you can see in the small image gallery above, the Clubman Concept is instantly recognizable as a Mini, though a somewhat more refined overall package than past efforts. The front headlamps still have a bit of a surprised look to them, but we think this concept's overall fascia, and its unique bright finishes, might be more successful than the latest Cooper's. At the rear, there are a set of rather large taillights dominating the view, and we note that the prevalence of air intakes and scoops at parent BMW have moved on down to the Mini line. We'll have to reserve final judgment until we see the Clubman Concept in person.

2014 Mini Cooper S

Fri, 27 Jun 2014

One of the big challenges as an automotive journalist is reviewing cars that you have a personal connection to. I have a strong passion for Minis. My first new car was a 2004 Cooper S, and I still own a 2006 model. It's this affinity that's left me with a general disdain of the 2007 to 2013 model relative to my first-gen.
The last-generation cars, with their turbocharged engines, softer suspensions, duller steering and homelier looks are, in my mind, inferior to their 2002 to 2006 predecessors. As a car reviewer, though, I couldn't in good conscience argue the same point. The R56, as the last-gen cars were known internally and by enthusiasts, was a better-balanced vehicle that retained the lion's share of the abilities and character of the first-generation, R53 Cooper S, but they were better thought out, better designed, more livable, and felt like more complete products.
Before the third-generation of the reborn Mini Cooper S landed in my driveway, I couldn't help but wonder whether the model would continue its slide towards mass appeal, or if it would re-embrace the enthusiast realm with a stronger driver-focused mission. As I found out during my week with the car, it was a bit of both.