Borrowing £6,500 over 5 years with a representative APR of 27.4%, an annual interest rate of 27.4% (Fixed) and a deposit of £0.00,
the amount payable would be £188.74 per month, with a total cost of credit of £4,824.37 and a total amount payable of £11,324.37
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Morris Mini MINI COOPER S for £34,995
Fully restored over a three year period on behalf of and by it's then owner, a retired aircraft engineer. On completion, the car was sold to a new owner in 2016. It comes complete with photographic record and invoices totalling around £22,000 for work undertaken. Every part of the car is either new or refurbished including the engine, gearbox (all synchro), new 'dry' suspension, brakes, wiring loom, wheels, tyres and stainless exhaust. The new interior was supplied by Newton Commercials and the refurbished speedo was set to zero. Just 550 miles have been covered since. On behalf of the DVLA the car was fully inspected by the Cooper Register and authenticated by them as a genuine Cooper S manufactured in October 1964 and was subsequently issued with the current registration number and VIN. Mini Cooper Register Vehicle Inspection and Authentication ReportVehicle make and model: Mk1 Morris Mini Cooper SChassis Number: To be allocated the following VIN: DVLASWA39718*** Engine Number: To be advised by DVLAPlace of inspection: 2 Wentworth Green, Norwich, NR4 6ADDate of inspection: 24"April 2018Inspection undertaken by: Paul SulmaAt the request of the DVLA, I undertook an inspection of the above mentioned vehicle in order to authenticate it as being a Mk1 Morris Mini Cooper S. Thus, following my inspect of the vehicle I make the following observations on it:The chassis/monocoque bodyshellThe bodyshell appeared to be that of a 1964 MK1 Mini Cooper S which was evidenced by the