1997 Rover Mini

Congratulations to David Renn, winner of the 1997 Rover Mini.

Winner: David Renn
Ticket No: 2228

The Live Draw for this competition was held on Thursday 7th July 2022.

 

This B-road bruiser has been tastefully upgraded to squeeze every drop of performance and handling the classic Mini has become so well loved for. The flared-arch body is finished in striking Maroon Metallic paintwork with complimenting anthracite grey wheels. The 1275cc 4-cylinder engine gives our pint-sized powerhouse enough power to make any drive an absolute thrill.

On the inside, there’s been a few changes to also get the best of the car. Our 1997 Rover Mini boasts clubman bucket seats, a Sabelt 4-point harness and a half roll cage bolted into the car.

The car also features an easily removable roof rack which will come with the car.

Our Mini has had a full and detailed inspection by the Bridge Classic Cars workshop which it passed with flying colours before being delivered to its new home.

This was our 11th classic Mini won through our competitions!

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Based in Pettistree, near Woodbridge, Suffolk, Bridge Classic Cars caters for the restoration and maintenance of vintage and classic vehicles; cars and motorcycles.

Established in 2004 Bridge Classic Cars is built on a passion for classic vehicles. We now operate a full in-house service including restorations, tuning and engine rebuilds, automotive electrics, service and repairs, body preparation and paintwork, interior trim work, MOT, finance and valuations, transportation and logistics, events, auction representation, sourcing and sales.

Our amazing team of specialist technicians, welders, painters, engine builders and trimmers along with father and son Gordon and Craig Ranson offer over 100 years of combined experience in owning, restoring, maintaining and competing with classic cars and motorcycles.

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