1994 Rover Mini – Today’s Tempter

By: Alex Affat, Unique Cars magazine

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One and a quarter, for the price of one!

The Mini is an archetype of modern motoring, instantly recognisable to even the most casual of automotive observers.

While the Mini still lives on in its modern day BMW-owned guise, the classic two-box was a movie star in its own right, at times a fashion accessory and even built into incredibly successful race cars.

The Mark IV-VII Mini was produced from 1976 all the way until BMW bought out the Rover Group at the turn of the millennium.

This 1994 Mk VI Rover Mini looks like a beaut, and proudly displays its classic design while possessing the retro-fitted 1.3lt fuel injected motor from the later Mk VII.

The car presents beautifully and the seller notes that plenty of work has gone into its mechanicals.

The gearbox is now a four-speed manual, and the car features coil suspension, air conditioning, cd player and cruise control.

The real kicker though? You get an extra 25% of Mini for you Mini.

The sale of this old Rover includes a matching custom trailer, made out of the rear section of a second mini, colour coded to match and featuring extra storage space and two 12v power outlets.

Over all it looks like a neat and well-kept example. The car is on offer via Undercover Cars in QLD.

Yours for $27,000, you can check out the full listing here!


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