Number 1437/2000. A mint condition example of this now modern classic. This one, other than occasional use, has lived in a carpeted garage for the last ten years whilst in the tender care of its former keeper. Meticulously looked after and spot on throughout and with main dealer service history.
Résumé courtesy of Wikipedia:
"The last Mk 1 variant to be produced using the supercharged Tritec engine was the Mini Cooper S with John Cooper Works GP Kit, a light-weight, quasi-race-prepped John Cooper Works model. Hand-finished by Bertone in Italy, it was offered as a limited-production run of 2000 cars during the 2006 model year, with 444 of those originally intended for the UK market, although ultimately, 459 were sold. The GP has more bolstered Recaro front seats but had no rear seats, which along with reduced sound-deadening, removal of the rear wash-wipe system, optional air-conditioning and radio, and other weight-reduction steps, resulted in a weight saving of around 40 kg (88 lb) compared to a Cooper S.
Mechanically, it has a less restrictive intercooler, recalibrated engine management, high-volume injector nozzles, and a freer-flowing exhaust system. Extra cooling capabilities let the supercharged engine run longer on cooler temperatures for better track performance, rated at 218 PS (215 bhp; 160 kW) at 7100 rpm and 250 N⋅m (184 lb⋅ft)"
• Errors and omissions excepted.
• Some manufacturer’s upholstery described as “leather” sometimes also contains other material. This is usually to improve wear rate and retain shape better. Please bear this in mind when seeing “leather upholstery” in the specification list of any of our cars.
|Number of Owners||4|
|Model Variant||Cooper S JCW GP1|
|Number of Gears||6|
|Torque||184.5 ft lb|
|Engine Size||1.6 litre|
|Top Speed||149 mph|
|CO2 Emissions||207 g/km|
|6 Months||12 Months|