MiniJem estate was given a rather angular rear. Note Mini number plate light
Car is said to have been built by Fellpoint Limited as an estate prototype
Screen cracked, engine badly rusted. It didn't look good back in 1993
Chassis number indicates this is an early Mk2 MiniJem. What happened to it?
At least one more MiniJem got the estate conversion although that was done privately. Its result, dubbed the MiniJem GTE, was built as a college project. The car used the back end from a Reliant three-wheeler mixed with Mini Jem rear windows upside down! Like the other Estate, it is a 1969 Mk2, too, and the car survives in the hands of a Mini Jem collector in the UK, although it hasn't been on the road for many years now. The picture below dates from March this year.
Although it's longer, the MiniJem GTE used its rear windows upside down, too
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