2005 MINI Cooper S Auto

Just 14,500 miles from new; on offer from a deceased estate; a/c; auto Steptronic with paddle shift; great spec in super order 

Dating from April 2005, this super-spec two-owner Cooper comes to us from a deceased estate and is offered on instructions from the executor.

Its first owner was Mrs Gladys Maud Birks of Stourbridge - who purchased it through Rydale of Oldbury. To the basic spec of her Cooper S 1.6, she added optional BRG paintwork, Cordoba beige leather, a six-speed auto box, 17" five-star Bullet alloys, roof and mirror caps in white and the 'Chili' option pack. With all warranties and delivery etc, the final bill was £18,407.

Her smart new Mini was soon wearing her personalised number E1 GMB which it wears to this day.

She didn't use it much though, and by March 2008 it had still only covered 5,035 miles. The accompanying bookpack includes the Service history, which shows 10 'use-based' services to 2018 and just 14,385 miles. Invoices on file also support this history and the pack includes handbooks and its original Ministry of Ownership Passport.......

The car was sold to its second keeper in September 2018, who fitted a new set of quality Falken tyres and took it for a service and MOT at that time. It has just passed its latest test, which expires in July 2022 - the car having been barely used since.

This most appealing and well spec'd Mini is in very good condition and is just as one would expect of a car with in impeccable service history and very little use. What it really needs now is someone to drive it!!

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Reg No: E1GMB
Chassis Number: WMWRE320X0TG90703
Engine Number: D774O425
Engine Size: 1598
Docs: V5C, MOT July 2022, 5 old MOT's, 11 Service Stamps, Hand Book, Invoices.

Estimate: £5,000+

Lot 14

Lot ended

Thursday 16/09/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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