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Classified Adverts Thread, 1989 Mini Mayfair - non-running in Purchasing and Trading; A show of the bottom of the sils would be a good shot as well for anyone interested in it ...
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    A show of the bottom of the sils would be a good shot as well for anyone interested in it allthough from the lack of rust elsewhere they're probably fine.

    Also any in the footwells under the floor mats if any are fitted?

    Ben

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    Wish I lived closer, first car was a mini, red like that but an S reg (78' I think). Would have loved to 'tinker' again. Wheels should bring a bit if you split it would have thought.

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    not much rust on the sills (and I know what it looks like as I used to have an 18 year old mini!) Ditto floor pan. It was in amazing nick when he got it - just the bumpers have gone to pot - and even having stood outside for 18 months it really doesnt look any different. It has been in the lee of the house protected by the house next door and a tall fence on two sides as well

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    Best photos for bodyshell are:

    Scuttle panel at base of windscreen
    A pillars
    Inner and outer sills
    Inside the boot either side
    Floor pan

    From the sounds of it though, this is a bargain - would be a lot of work to get it on the road again but they're still a great first car, insurance should be cheap. Mine was £115 a year at 17 (several years ago mind!)

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    When I first started driving mine about 20 months ago I was paying £150 a month, so not to much different I don't suppose, and I was 17.

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    C'mon - someone must know someone who wants it? Or any advice where to put it to sell gratefully received

    *actually, unless it has deteriorated terribly, it wouldnt be that much work to get it back on the road as long as the engine leak is fixed. New brake pipes, tyres, maybe some pipes - not too much....really......bargain????

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