"Who doesn’t know the Alec Issigonis designed motoring icon? Since the introduction of the Mini in 1959, this amazing little car has become a motoring classic and its impact socially, culturally and mechanically is well documented. The Swinging Sixties, free love, The Beatles, Twiggy and the Mini are inexorably combined to represent an era that is remembered with great fondness by many people.
After being tucked away in storage for nine years, this stunning Mk. IV Mini Cooper has recently undergone an extensive recommissioning. Invoices pertaining to the parts used in the work are all present within the cars history file. With its plaque and John Cooper conversion certificate number 21, the car is presented very well in green with Cooper Works embossed black leather seats. This Mini is supplied with its original book pack which also includes the original service book, a V5C registration document and 12 months MoT test certificate."