Condition Used
Make Rover
Year 1994
Price £15,750
Mileage 6,500 miles
Fuel Petrol
Color Black
Body Style Saloon
Transmission Manual
Doors 2

1994 Rover Mini Cooper in black with a white roof, bonnet stripes and mirrors. This is a unique and very special mini. 12 years ago it was owned by a engineer who rebuild the mini using a new Heritage body shell including new doors, bonnet and boot. The shell was painted to a first class standard and every effort was made to protect it for the future. The underside was rust proofed and all cavities have been waxoil protected. The rear subframe was new. All of the fixing are stainless steel so to last for years to come. Front wheel arch liners were used to stop any water and salt getting into the inner wing area. All of the suspension is now height adjustable and the shock absorbers are adjustable for firmness. The wheels were new with 4 new 165 wide Yokohama tyres and the brakes fully rebuilt with new Mini Fin drums on the back. The exhaust is stainless steel and sounds great. The original engine and gearbox where fully rebuilt by Mini Sport. The interior had new red MPI moulded carpets, an MPI leather top dash rail and a Cooper Sport alloy effect dashboard. There are addition clocks including oil pressure. Custom made alloy door furniture was made which matches the gear knob. The interior is as immaculate as the rest of the car and it hard to see how it has done approximately 6500 miles in the last 10 years. All of these miles have been dry miles and the car has been garaged when not in use since rebuild. The total mileage of the car  before and after rebuild is 71600. To repeat this rebuild today would cost approximately £20,000 – £25000. A new Heritage painted body shell today costs around £12000. This is a very high quality mini which looks as if it was finished 12 months ago, due to the quality of the work 10 years ago. It will appeal to a buyer who is concerned about rust and wants complete piece of mind. Free delivery to your door In my curtain sided van within 200 miles of South Molton.