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    R1 Mini: Yes Please

    Awesome little car I saw on Bring a Trailer:
    http://bringatrailer.com/2012/12/14/...red-1970-mini/

    Here it is on eBay:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Pro-M...exp=true#v4-37

    Seems like a lot of fun for not a lot of money!

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    yeah there's a dude on the R1-forum who built a go cart using an R1 engine... paddle shifters and all.. damn thing flies.!! love it!!

    but the Smart conversion takes the cake... road ready...
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    There's a twin r1 motored mini on YouTube that looks like its twice as much fun,also on the island a guys building Suzuki 1300 powered caterham super 7 cars

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprinter 27 View Post
    There's a twin r1 motored mini on YouTube that looks like its twice as much fun,also on the island a guys building Suzuki 1300 powered caterham super 7 cars
    $65k for one new, $20-25k used in the UK but you can't import. Local ones are built in Chemainus on the Island - http://www.super7cars.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dacon View Post
    $65k for one new, $20-25k used in the UK but you can't import. Local ones are built in Chemainus on the Island - http://www.super7cars.com/
    Yeah what they do is really cool. This is the Hayabusa.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B25qE9WThzY

    I personally would prefer the CSR Cosworth with the 2.3L Ford Engine and a 6 speed.

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