Lot 196

Open Roads, February 2022

2013 Mini Cooper Coupe John Cooper Works GP Conversion


$25,000 - $30,000 USD | Not Sold

United States | Bolton, Massachusetts



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  • Single-owner MINI Cooper Coupe John Cooper Works, meticulously converted to GP spec using OEM parts
  • Showing just over 68,600 miles at cataloguing time
  • Finished in White Silver Metallic with JCW signature Chili Red top, side mirrors, spoilers, and painted racing stripes on the hood and roof
  • Powered by a 208-hp, 1.6-liter, turbocharged, inline, four-cylinder engine paired with a six-speed manual transmission
  • GP conversion with OEM parts includes GP-spec braking components (front brake rotors, six-piston calipers, backing plates, and master cylinder), adjustable coil-over shocks with stiffer springs and specific mounts, strut-tower brace, rear diffusor, rare Coupe rear wing, carbon-fiber trim (intakes, dash, door pulls, hatch latch, and belly pan), decals, side stripes, emblems, sill plates, Recaro JCW leather/Alcantara sport seats, shift knob, door trim, and two sets of floor mats (GP and JCW checkerboard)
  • GP performance parts purchased from and installed at MINI dealership, including proper alignment of all decals/trim
  • Equipped with OEM Harmon-Kardon audio system, Cold Weather Package, MINI Connected option, and Rennline Porsche racing/speedster-style door pulls
  • Rides on factory GP wheels with summer performance tires
  • Accompanied by original window sticker, owner’s manual, promotional catalogues, original door-pulls, OEM JCW two-tone car cover with racing stripes, aftermarket chrome trim rings, OEM chrome vent rings, Bose JCW-branded QC35 noise-cancelling headphones, and aftermarket wheels with snow tires
  • Winner of Best Overall and Best Interior awards at 2021 MINIs On Top rally
  • An uncommon, low-mileage JCW Coupe made even more desirable through a remarkably faithful conversion to rare, factory GP spec
Addendum: Please note that this car's CARFAX report states that there was damage to the car which, according to the consignor, was minimal cosmetic damage from striking a piece of tire road debris. The damage can be seen in photos on file and has since been corrected.