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2010 Mini Cooper S JCW WC50 Edition

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This rare Mini Cooper S is in superb original condition throughout. Always maintained regardless of use, the WC50 is an excellent piece of Mini and John Cooper’s heritage. With only 500 produced for the world and an even rarer 50 for the USA.
  • Year Built 2010

2013 Mini Countryman Cooper S All 4...

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Mileage 6200 km. Vehicle is in perfect condition and was always well looked after. Service always from the same official dealer. 8 tyres with light alloy rims.
  • 6200 Km
  • Year Built 2013

1980 Mini VAN 1000 '80

£12,166.20 (€13,500.00)($15,152.40)
Mini Van was a commercial panel van rated at ¼-ton load capacity. Built on the longer Traveller chassis but without side windows, it proved popular in 1960s Britain as a cheaper alternative to the car. It was classed as a...
  • Year Built 1980

2010 Mini Cooper Hardtop 2DR S Coupe...

£11,160.62 (€12,384.18)($13,900.00)
FRESH INVENTORY! This sexy little Hot Chocolate Mayfair Edition 2010 Mini Cooper S is on the way in from sunny, dry, California where it has lived the last 10 years under the watchful eye of 1 careful owner. This car has...
  • 30750 Km
  • Year Built 2010
  • 1 Engine

1988 Mini 1000 Monte Carlo MK 1 Look...

£16,176.53 (€17,950.00)($20,147.08)
42hp
  • Year Built 1988

2003 Mini Cooper S John Cooper Works

£15,251.50 (€16,923.56)($18,995.00)
The Mini Cooper already blurs the line between a premium sports car and a versatile hatchback. But just to make sure that a select few would always be on the sporty side, there was an official upgrade by John Cooper Works. ...
  • 27671 Km
  • Year Built 2003
  • 1 Engine

1974 Mini 1300 MK3 B39 '74

£26,089.73 (€28,950.00)($32,493.48)
116hp
  • Year Built 1974

Mini Moke

£49,995.00 (€55,476.05)($62,266.32)
The Mini Moke is a vehicle based on the Mini and designed for the British Motor Corporation (BMC) by Sir Alec Issigonis. The name comes from "Mini"-the car with which the Moke shares many parts-and "Moke", which is an archaic dialect term for donkey. The initial design was a prototype for a light military vehicle in the style of the American Jeep, but its small wheels and low ground clearance made it impractical as an off-road vehicle. It was subsequently offered in a civilian version as a low-cost, easily maintained utility vehicle. The Moke finally achieved success as a beach buggy-becoming a popular 'cult' vehicle in Seychelles, Australia, the United States and many tropical resorts in the Caribbean. Mokes were first built at the Morris factory in Oxford before production moved to BMC's Longbridge, Birmingham plant, and eventually overseas. 14,500 Mokes were produced in the UK between 1964 and 1968, 26,000 in Australia between 1966 and 1981, and 10,000 in Portugal between 1980 and 1993 when production of the Moke ended. In 1990, British Leyland (by then called Rover Group) sold the "Moke" name to Cagiva-a motorcycle manufacturer in Bologna, Italy. Production continued in Portugal until 1993 when Cagiva transferred the tooling to their factory in Italy with the intention of restarting production in 1995-which they never did. Since Cagiva did not own the "Mini" name, the 1,500 cars they built were sold simply as "Mokes". This brought the total production run of Mokes and Moke derivatives to about 50,000. This particular Moke was supplied new to the Manila where it was used as a hire car for tourists to the island. The car was shipped back to the UK five years ago and purchased by the current owner, he then commissioned the car to be totally restored and replicated a Paul Smith vision of the Moke for his family to use in the holiday home in the summer. This very fine example is in outstanding condition and has later seats, wheels, and total wet weather equipment.
  • 23000 Km
  • Year Built 1993
  • 997 Engine

MARGRAVE MORRIS MINI COOPER S 1275...

£69,995.00 (€77,668.69)($87,175.34)
Hexagon Classics are delighted to offer what is believed to be the only Wood & Pickett Morris Mini Cooper S MK II ever made and is offered for sale on behalf of a long-standing client. A rich tapestry of former celebrity owners included Steve Marriott (of Small Faces fame), Denny Laine (Moody Blues and Wings), John Hammel (Sir Paul McCartney’s guitar technician and long-time personal assistant), celebrity hairdresser Leonard Lewis of Mayfair and – so its rumoured – the Duke of Bedford, this award-winning example sets a true precedent in coachwork by Wood & Pickett. All of The Beatles owned coachbuilt Minis