Company Woodham Mortimer put up for sale produced in 1967 MINI Super De Luxe. It still has all original parts, even the plastic on the seats. The car drove a total of 430 kilometres.
Morris MINI in perfect condition, shown in photos, offered for sale by a company specializing in classic cars – Woodham Mortimer. The price of vintage cars are still unknown, but given its condition, the cost will be very high.
The British MINI Super De Luxe built in 1967, and a copy was delivered to her first owner, who was a woman B. Jones. The seller explained that the compact car was bought for driving instruction, but she did not succeeded in this.
So MINI for a long time stood in the garage while family members has not sold his company a few years ago. The car drove just over 430 kilometres and is as new.
All original parts that are often replaced are in place and in good condition, even the plastic on the seats and the labels on the seat belts failed to live up to.