1968 MINI Cooper S mkII

  • Price
    25 000 EUR
  • Model
    MINI Cooper S mkII
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  • Power
    56 kw (76 hp)
  • Mileage
    43,600 km (27,092 miles)
  • Address
    Energiestraat 3 1411 AN Naarden
  • Country
  • Published
    5 months
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The bus is equipped with a clear 3rd brake light, which is no superfluous luxury in modern traffic given the small rear lights. The disc brakes at the front wheels make the car safe for a vehicle of this age. Both batteries are equipped with a mass wrench, which simplifies disconnection of the batteries in winter, and makes the bus less susceptible to theft. The built-in laptop safe in the center console and the included pedal lock also contribute to this. The front seats are equipped with German A-quality 3-point seat belts. The rear seat has a 2-point belt and 3-point belt, so that a child's seat can be mounted safely.


Fiamma bicycle rack that can be attached to the tailgate
Fiamma pocket canopy that gives you shade in 2 minutes
workshop manuals
different spare parts.
A beautiful light green bus tent is also supplied, which can be set against the bus, but can also stand on its own.

The Morris Mini Cooper S mkII actually needs no introduction. Known for its ingenious technology, rugged appearance and unbeatable handling. When the Cooper S was introduced, the Morris put everything old in the shade and became the new standard for hot-tempered hatchbacks.

The Morris Cooper S 1275S mkII was released in 1967. This version had more power and actually more important; much more torque. The acceleration to the 100 was more than 3 seconds faster than its predecessor. The top speed was screwed to the 97 mph (155 km / h), or 100 mph (160 km / h), with the wind in the back and a brave driver ...

In addition to the motor improvements, the mkII received larger front brake discs with steel wheels that were specially designed for cooling
through the ventilation holes. He also received a double fuel tank, making the range wider than ever before. All this together with the weight of 686 kg makes it a distingtive classic, which takes most turns with full throttle.

Our copy is from Portugal and was purchased at CoolnVintage (Portugal) in 2016. The Morris has been completely restored and from a Cooper (1000 cc), converted to a full-fledged S (1275 cc). In addition to changes under the skin, there are spotlights (front and rear riders) and a roll cage mounted for rally driving. By the way, he was also involved in a photo shoot in Portugal with a beautiful lady, photos of this are available. The Cooper S replica has hardly ridden since restoration and is in very good condition.

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