Thursday, 22 October 2015

Market round up

Let's make a little round-up on what is on the market at the moment. Quite a lot Mini based vehicles to choose from, ranging from plain weird to pretty wonderful. At your service!
PS: You know where to find more of them - click here for Deep Sanderson, Unipower, Ogle et cetera...


A Jiffy project, this one comes with six wheels! Jiffy registrar Glen Bowden says: "I dont think Indespension built it. I havent heard about 6-wheelers and I have only seen two." 
See the ad here

A very nice Freestyle, built with auto testing in mind. Not cheap though but ready to go
See the ad here

Or do you fancy a buggy for the rough? Then this NCF Blitz with off road tyres is yours
See the ad here

Speaking about rough: this Mini Marcos is advertised as a Mk1 or Mk2. I'd say it's a Mk3
See the ad here


Another part of the DART family: a rare Kingfisher Sprint, this one is in Ulverston
See the ad here

Built at the Goodwood track in the 1980s and with 1100 underpinnings: a Langridge Navajo
See the ad here

I really like this Mk1 Scamp. For sale in Ryde, on the Isle of Wight. Combine it with a holiday!
See the ad here

And it's not the only one seen for sale at the moment. This Mk1 is offered for sale from Louth
See the ad here

For wicker men: An Innocenti Mini Mare, seen in central France but until recently in Italy (click)
See the ad here


Also in France (Colmar): a beautiful and pretty rare Mk3 Mini Jem. Tres chique but not cheap
See the ad here

This gorgeous 1964 Radford Mini de Ville has been featured in Maximum Mini 2 before
See the ad here


Or do you prefer a coachbuilt Mini by Wood & Pickett? This 1988 car was built for Sir Jeffrey Archer
See the ad here

While this Mini Marcos Mk3 racer is in Bradford on Avon - where Marcos Cars were based
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Also close to where it was built: an AEM Scout on a stones throw from Merthyl Tydfil in Wales
See the ad here

This Nimrod is in the USA. It was in a good state until recently (see here), but look at it now…
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A very nice Minus Mini here with 1275 engine and comprehensive work carried out
See the ad here

Last but not least, over to New Zealand, where a Terrapin has made it to the market
See the ad here

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