Just Arrived from the Islands......1980 Austin Mini Cooper Clubman
Convertible Looks and runs great!!!! Enjoy this Mini TREAT!!!!! FUN
FUN FUN IN THE SUN............ SO COME IN AND SEE THE FUN!!!!! We
have and Appraisal for 17,500 that will go with the
purchase.............The wheels have been replaced with the
original styles wheels and new tires this improves the ride an
handling Don't know for sure but this is what we were told It is a
basic Mini Clubman, with, what seems to be a 1098 cc engine, if you
are lucky, a 1275 cc. It is definitely not a Cooper. If it has a
1275 cc, it could have come out the factory as a Mini Clubman GT,
which was different to a Cooper........ We are now confused you be
the judge!!!This car was not produced at the factory as they did
not make convertible Minis. The wheels are replica Rostyle and
these were not fitted to Minis of this age. The standard Clubman
ran a 1098 A series engine, similar to the engine used in the
Morris Minor. A 1275GT (not called a Clubman but with the Clubman
nose) was also made with the same A series engine but larger
capacity. The seats are aftermarket as are the window winders and
interior door handles. Hope this is of interest. sent to me from
the UK... Thank You Richard
1980 Austin Mini Cooper
Location:Stratford, New Jersey
Exterior Color:Sunset Gold / Black Top
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