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10 Comments on "This Moldovan Mini Cooper Is A One-Man Club"
Everibody can look the face of Sergiu when he is driving his little car …… But a english translation should be better . Greetings from Spain .
As a classic mini owner, his is surprisingly stock actually. All those little details on his car are actually from the factory. Only thing I really noticed was his own personal touches on the interior and the wheels, which appear to be the larger upgraded 13″ wheels instead of the stocker 12″.
Nice ride. I thought that Mini Coopers had two fuel tanks.
This is the later version, and yes, the wheels aren’t the standard fit. Reason these are popular is because of the build quality from the factory. Yes they had modern rust proofing, but when they took the shells to be dipped, they had the panels bolted on, so behind the hinges never got coated, and the coating process was flawed. A great many of the later Mini’s just rusted away, but those that survive, are appreciated as much as the original, as they really didn’t change that much over the years
This is the later Mini, not the 60’s original, still very sort after, and go for serious money over on this side of the pond
Yes. One in the left rear fender well; one in the right. Not the best for collisions, but good for space utilization, and balance.
great video, great car, great guy
I love that he has a pug too, the Mini Cooper of dogs.
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