1275GT Fitted With A British Leyland Tuning Kit (Rare)



  • £21,995
  • Body Type: Saloon
  • Full Service History
  • 72,500 Miles
  • Reg Date: 1977
  • Model Year: 1977
  • Engine Size: 1.3L
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Owners: 3

Austin Clubman 1275Gt 72500 Miles From New With Only Three Owners

Welcome to the sale of this very rare 1275Gt finished in its original colour Glacier White. This is a very rare opportunity to own not just one of the best Gt’s I’ve seen but one of the most Special. This car in 1977 was fitted with a very rare tuning kit called (British Leyland Tuning kit) The kit consisted of twin carbs, Staged manifold and exhaust. I have the original invoice dating 1977 and amazingly the Mini still has its tuning sticker in the rear window.

Externally the paint work is in faultless condition with no blemishes detected anywhere on the Mini. The underside is just as good as the top which really shows how good this car is. Under the carpets are as new, no nasty welding patches or bad workmanship will be seen or found. The interior is all original and perfect condition including the carpets.

Under the bonnet retains its original engine and all components. This was fully rebuilt and the gearbox a number of years ago now. It starts very easily & goes very well indeed.

The brakes, suspension and all other running gear was fully rebuilt when the car was restored and all still in first class condition. The Minilite alloy wheels were a very popular period accessory in the 70’S and used on some of the works competition cars.

Service history is amazing having its original bill or sale, lots of old mots, original service book and hand books.

Personally this is the rarest GT I’ve seen and owned having a period tuning kit still on the car. You will not see or find another like it!

Prices on GT’s have shot up over the last few years which makes this car a very good investment and show winning contender.

Can be delivered at extra cost to Uk/Europe

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