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1998 classic rover mini cooper 1.3i mpi

This Rover Mini Cooper 1.3i MPI was first registered on 7th January 1998 and is presented in iconic British Racing Green with white roof and body decals. Under the bonnet resides a 1275cc multipoint injection engine producing around 62bhp through a four-speed manual transmission.

The Mini boasts 26,000 miles from new and has been in the latest owner’s possession for approximately 6 years (and the previous owner for over 15 years). The exterior is in excellent, rust-free condition. The cabin is also in fantastic order, commensurate with such low mileage. The half-leather Monaco interior has resisted substantial wear and so too has the leather steering wheel. The carpet and headlining both appear original and are without tears or notable imperfections.

The Mini drives incredibly well and is ready to be enjoyed. The engine is strong and pulls impeccably and the gear synchros are all in good order with no crunches on changes.

The Mini is sold newly serviced and MOT’d with no advisories and also benefits from newly refurbished alloy wheels, new front tyres, new rear brake shoes and a recent new Maniflow exhaust system. Supplied with the car is a comprehensive history file and two sets of keys.

This Rover Mini Cooper is now sold.



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