1967 Morris Mini-Cooper

Drive Layout: 
5 Spd

Additional Details

This 1967 Morris Mini Cooper has been professionally built by Mini Tec of Royston, GA. The car has gone through an extensive conversion including a Honda VTEC DOHC B16A which is rated at 197 hp. The Transmission is a Honda Civic 5 speed with a limited slip Differential. Aluminum radiator for greatly increased cooling. The suspension includes custom front and rear adjustable height heavy duty lower arms and tie rods. Front MTB3 kit and the rear coil over sub-frame. With all this power, the brakes have not been forgotten. They are 4 discs all around with KAD alloy vented calipers with 4 pistons each. The exhaust system is made up of stainless steel headers and stainless steel performance exhaust. This car uses all Aeroquip fuel lines with a safe aluminum fuel cell. This car was subject to a 10 hour inspection that included all fluid changes, lubrication and mechanical inspection. As exciting as this cars performance is, the interior has not been left alone. The interior is full leather from John Cooper Works. The car has a 13” MoMo leather steering wheel, electric door windows, custom race gauges, Tilton pedals, full air conditioning and noise and heat insulation using Dynamat. The ignition has an electric ECU system. The audio system has been upgraded with CD and 4 speakers. The exterior contains a custom made one piece front body panel for easy access. There is a Webasto power sunroof. The paint is Porsche Red with dark grey 7X13 Panasport rims and new Toyo 888s. These tires have never been used. On the front bumper there are four KC driving lights with 100W bulbs. This pocket rocket has never been abused and always professionally maintained. It's wide stance makes for excellent handling and it's 197hp Honda V-tech engine makes for exciting performance. This car will not disappoint.

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