‘Ground up and nut and bolt’ restoration are one of many descriptions associated with classic cars today but are to often used to describe cars that have had extensive restoration work varying in quantity or quality. This Mini cooper S has had a true ground up nut and bolt restoration to the most exceptional show wining standard.
Purchased some years ago by a well known British classic car enthusiast and Autoglym Judge, we understand that this mark 111 was complete with the original engine and body numbers matching. Originally finished in Black, the former owner embarked on a painstaking restoration that he should be very proud of.
Favoring Tartan Red with and black with the 10 inch Dunlop steel wheels finished in white, this MK111 benefits from acceptable modern upgrades such as high low suspension, electronic ignition and the interior finished in black leather. Having covered less than 150 miles since completion, this Cooper S is stunning in every respect and is ready for concourse.