UPDATE: now located in Wilmington, NC
UPDATE: This shorty Mini is now available separately! The bus has gone to a new home. Contact us for more details.
This shortened 1969 Mini was originally offered as part of an awesome conversion of a commercial GMC highway bus.
It rolled out of the cargo section on ramps, using a winch and a digital remote. Then, it’s ready to go!
Formerly 10-feet long, it now measures a scant 89″ in length (versus 120″), thus enabling it to fit crosswise in the bus’ cargo bay. Reportedly, it loads/unloads in about 5 minutes.
* Fully registrable as a car. (Currently registered in Florida; Virginia title available).
* Can reach highway speeds
* New tires; replaced steel wheels, new baby moon hubcaps
* New battery, generator, thermostat
* Huge “Ahh-ooh-gah” horn
* Removable windshield
* Removable sport steering wheel
(Below is from before – when it was listed as part of a bus/motorhome package)
* Steel ramps and pipe guides (ie: like in a car wash) to load and position Mini precisely.
* Winch and cable with wireless remote to pull Mini in and out of cargo bay.
More details on the bus may be found on our “Consignments Too” page. (See tab “B” at the top of the classic Mini page.
UPDATE: now located in Wilmington, NC. Nationwide delivery available (at extra cost).
[ ID# 69MINISHORTY] Asking $8,250
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BOTTOM LINE: If you plan to bring this classic Mini to California, this is a case where it pays to do your homework. Be careful what you buy, you may not be able to drive it in California.Vehicle Details: