Of all the cars manufactured in the history of motoring, very few have managed to unite so many people as the classic Mini. Steve McQueen, Mick Jagger, and even Enzo Ferrari have all owned classic Minis. These iconic little cars have never been reserved for only the super wealthy or those with celebrity status though. Classic Minis are a car for everyone and offer an extremely fun car to drive while still being easy to maintain with low running costs.
Our 1979 Austin Morris Mini 850 has had a full repaint in the Bridge Classic Cars workshop helping to make this one of the best-presented Minis we have ever had as a competition car. The interior is brown leather and gives this classic car a feel of luxury and comfort.
In 2017, our Mini was featured in Autocar magazine alongside Ian Robertson, who has been widely recognised as the most powerful Brit in the global car industry and held the position of Automotive Executive on the Board of Management of BMW Group.
A history file comes with the car which contains MOT certificates dating back to the early 80s. The original form used to order the car is also present alongside a collection of old tax discs and receipts for previous work completed.
Classic Minis are always popular cars and we are certainly expecting this one to be no different.
Full re-paint in the Bridge Classic Cars Paint Shop
Featured in Autocar magazine
Comes with a history file containing MOT certificates dating back to the early 80s
A previous member of the Ipswich & Suffolk Mini Owners Club (ISMOC)
One of the best-presented classic Minis we have offered as a competition car
Bridge Classic Cars pre-delivery check
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Congratulations to Anthony Wardley, winner with ticket number 4027.
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