Congratulations to Peter Bell, winner of the 1992 Rover Mini Cooper 1.3.
Classic Minis are fun to drive and have so much character squeezed into their small frames. From the very first one to roll off the production line back in 1961, all the way through to the last in 2000, every Mini comes with its own personality, its own driving experience, and its own unique take on this instantly recognisable classic car.
Our 1992 Rover Mini Cooper 1.3 has striking red bodywork that stands out from the crowd and the white stripes on the bonnet tie in beautifully with the white roof. Inside, the black and grey seats are highlighted by red stripes perfectly complimenting the exterior of the car.
With a kerb weight of 690kg, the 1.3-litre engine is more than enough to get you where you need to be and you can feel the extra power giving you that little bit more pace than a standard mini. Our 1992 Rover Mini Cooper 1.3 was one of the cars that took part in the Shetland Islands to MSC Sernatingen Oldtimertreffen (Germany) in 2019 – a 2000-mile road trip that featured several classic vehicles.
Spending the last few years of its life in Scotland before finding its way to us, this car has lived an exciting life and is now ready to continue its adventures with a new owner.
Red paintwork with white bonnet stripes and roof
1275cc engine with 4-speed manual gearbox
10.1:1 compression engine
One of the most recognisable classic cars on the road
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Congratulations to Peter Bell, winner with ticket number 3569.
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