Lot 407 - 1981 Mini Scamp Mk. II
|Odometer reading||76,887 miles|
|Result||Sold - £3,080|
The Mini Scamp is a 'kit car' first built in 1969. The first Mk. I kits, which were styled similarly to the Mini Moke, were produced by Robert Mandry in Reading, Berkshire using the mechanical parts of a Mini and a body made from a steel box section frame with fitted aluminium panels. Options included a van, estate or pick-up with four or six wheel derivatives. The Mk. II version from 1978 had a squarer body together with a stronger and more robust chassis.
This Mini Scamp is fitted with a 998cc engine and has benefitted from recent investment including an engine rebuild, new shock absorbers and brakes. Supplied with a V5 registration document and a full year's MoT test certificate, this Scamp Mk. II is a useful little workhorse that can be used both on private land or public road use, representing fun and versatility for a modest investment.
Guide Price £2,600-£3,000
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