Classics, passion for the past

1967 Morris Mini Cooper S

NZ$ 75000

Carroceria Saloon
tipo de combustible Petrol
motor 1275 cc
Transmisión Manual
Color exterior Green
Color interior Two tone
Tapicería Leather
Dirección Rhd
1967 Morris Mini Cooper 'S'
A SAFE INVESTMENT!

This is an English Assembled Morris Mini Cooper S.

This perpetually adorable Brit will satisfy wannabe race car drivers and lifestyle buyers alike and this little beast is ready for the corners and for a new home.

ABOUT THIS CAR

Sporty, universally lovable looks, inside and out
Racy handling imbues you with major confidence behind the wheel
Engine has plenty of punch and a satisfying exhaust note.
This car was stored in a shed in Wanaka for over 30 years - it is possible that mileage is genuine.
Original certificate of Registration available.
Maintenance and Servicing Records available.
Comes with workshop manual, original wheels, VCC ID Card (P60V0921)
Beautiful clean body, good paint.
Mechanically sound - drives beautifully.
Small but big on fun. There’s one thing that tends to group the most desirable classics; they’re invariably hugely costly to buy and maintain.

But not always, because the Mini Cooper S is the proof; for relatively moderate money you can have unfeasible amounts of fun in a car that’s a fraction of the size of most classics. Indeed, it’s those diminutive proportions that make the Cooper S so enjoyable to drive; the resulting light weight gives the car an agility that most of its rivals – or potential rivals – just can’t match.

There’s a catch though, because while the Cooper S has long been appreciating, the rate at which it’s currently gaining value means that it won’t be long before all but the scrappy S’s of are priced out of reach. So if you want one don’t delay.

The Cooper S is even more desirable now than it was half a century ago. As a result, these are some of the most faked cars around – which is surely a measure of just what hot property they are. Although, nearly 120,000 Coopers of the various types were produced, the Cooper S is much rarer. All are great to drive and unlikely to depreciate, but the pick is this model - the Mk1 1275 S, built between April 1964 and September 1967.

Rare car to come by nowadays and as long as you buy a good one, you’re pretty much guaranteed to see your super Cooper go up in value rather than down.

Will be sold WOF'd and Registered if sold in New Zealand.

TRANSPORT / WORLDWIDE SHIPPING CAN BE ORGANISED ON THIS VEHICLE ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST.

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