1967 Morris Mini panel van (with side windows added in the rear). Has the very desirable roll-up-window doors from Australia, which also have wind wings and the classic external door hinges. Paint is a medium metallic blue with black vinyl seats. Since it was originally a steel-sided panel van, there is no rear seat, which means the load floor is extended to nearly five feet. It’s possible to add a rear seat, or a fold-down rear seat. My mountain bike fits in the back, and you could sleep in it if you tilt the front seats forward. Engine has been upgraded to 1,100cc, and seems to run well. The entire brake system including all the hydraulics is all new, to the tune of $1,028 at one of the area’s best Mini repair facilities. (Have receipt). It’s a solid driver, definitely not a show car. It needs minor odds and ends, such as an oil pressure gauge, and the driver-door hinge pins and bushing fitted. (The door sags; see the second-to-last picture, where we partially opened the door so you can see it. The hinge repair parts are included, unless we get a chance to fix it first.) The paint looks quite nice – unless you get within 10 feet or so. Good, solid body with only very minor rust. It originally came from Australia, where rust isn’t such a problem as in the UK. There’s body filler in a number of places that wasn’t done very expertly. Runs well, drives well. Has near-new Kumho 145×10 tires, and 10″ steel wheels with small hubcaps for that classic look. Converted from a generator to an alternator. Seat upholstery and door panels appear to be newly reupholstered. Call for details or more pics. A good value at $6,800. [ ID# 5BLK031 ]Vehicle Details:
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