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The transition from a 2012 Mini Cooper to the 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz has been a lengthy and at times frustrating one, but it is now complete. The Mini Cooper was originally bought as a fun and economical Daily Driver (DD) to make repeated 60 mile drives across Los Angeles (LA) to Orange County (OC) checking on my aging parents and a possible need drive into downtown LA for employment. Economy, ease of parking and fun to drive were key themes in that purchase. It was a wonderful fun car that served its' purpose well; putting a smile on my face as well as many others driving by. After going through several iterations this was the Mini Coopers final form before letting it go to a very happy young lady that just had to have her "Tiffany Blue" Mini; actaully called Ice Blue by MINI.
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As a true Car Guy I like to personallize my vehicles with minor changes to make them unique. That usually involves wheel and tire updates along with visual changes with color and style, plus functional additions like roof racks, trailer hitches and in the Mini Coopers case a factory storage trunk insert that made the entire back flat when the rear seats were folded down. I already miss it, but the Santa Cruz more than makes up for the loss and meets my new changing requirements perfectly.

Back in April of 2021 the decision was made that as a family my brother and I needed vehicles that can transport my elder widowed mother easily, so we could share parent care duties without having to maintain a third vehicle. Mom had a 2007 Honda CRV that worked, but she had given up driving and the extra expense of insuring and maintaining that third vehicle just to transport her around didn't make sense. She could get into my Mini, but had difficulty getting out of it and there was not much room for her transport chair; I was getting older as well and feeling the entry and exit pains more each day on that low go-cart like racer. My brothers Ford F250 Super Duty 4X4 Longbed Diesel workhorse was almost out of the question when it came to transporting mom because of its' height and my brother was tired of trying to park it, plus not even being able to use some drive-throughs. We were both due for new vehicles age wise anyway. I decided to be an early adopter of the Santa Cruz through the Hyundai Corporate purchase program and my brother took the wait and see approach initially, then signed up for that program as well.

The new Santa Cruz had been on my radar since its' debut in 2015 and the end result was pretty darn close to that beautiful prototype. This purchase had similar goals to the Mini purchase (fun to drive and economical), but we both needed additional functionality and ease of entry/exit at our ages, plus the ability to transport mom and her walker, tranporter chair or wheel chair (eventually). The Santa cruz ticked all those boxes and more; plus an AWD option. After a total fail with the Hyundai Corporate purchase program, I took a trek out of state to buy mine early, mainly because I had already sold my Mini Cooper in anticipation of my order arrival. My brother got lucky and found one locally a few months later after canceling his failed preorder.

About 10 months after my mid April original decision and order, my transition and personalization of the Santa Cruz is complete! It's named El Santa Cruzo because of its' El Camino vibe just for fun, in rememberance of several El Camino's owned in the past. I expanded the Hyundai Sport Adventure Vehicle (SAV) theme with gold Method 503 18X8 Rally Racing wheels and Atturo Trail Blade 245/60R18 tires, plus some mild gold side and rear window graphics to make it mine.
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Like many others, I added a trailer hitch mainly for my bike rack and minor towing if needed. A sequential rear light bar was put out of site between the bottom of the tailgate and the rear bumper for the cool look and added safety it provides. On the inside a center console tray was a must and in my opinion should be included from the factory. A folding storage bin and steering wheel tray are in each of the front seat back pockets for functional daily use.

For camping adventures wood support boards were designed for the bed slots in the bed. A KampRite Oversize Cot Tent can sit on them off the ground for overnighting. I may design a Roof Top Tent (RTT) structure that sits inside the bed and can be simply lifted in and out for two to sleep in, but that will be down the road when needed.

Aside from the long 10 month transition, I (and my brother) couldn't be happier with our purchases. We both went for the SEL AWD Non-Activity trim levels which meets our power and rear bed use needs to a tee. Mom couldn't be happier too!
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At 96 she is amazed at the technology the Santa Cruz has and its' beautifully designed interior. Her only wish is to be young enough to drive it herself.

Funny story just for fun:
Mom was a real car lover herself. In years past she drove almost every car I have owned, including past fast sporty Porsches. She loved manual transmission cars. In her much younger days she was driving from LA to Newport Beach daily for work, which took her through the Long Beach traffic circle. When she was late for work, the office always said she must have got another speeding ticket (lol). One day she got two tickets the same day going to and returning from work. The officer told her he doesn't need her driver's license, he already has that information. Another time she got a ticket for speeding and passing on the right. The small Newport Beach local newspaper wrote up an article about it, because the two officers last names were Goforth and Catchem. :LOL: It's worth mentioning that tickets were about $5 back then and they didn't really effect insurance rates. How times have changed...
 

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Tell me more about the tent set up you have please
The link Moab listed gives all the details on the tent setup.
They look like different tents altogether
You are correct, they are not the same tent. The one on the Mini is a two person RoofNest Condor that was transferred to a RTT Trailer setup, then sold off to raise money for ther SC. The one on the SC is a single person KampRite Oversize Cot Tent.
I love your story and totally relate to it as it's very similar to mine. Congrats on your purchase and glad it worked out for your family.
Thanks. Driver and family are very Happy Campers. 😁
It's funny how much bigger the tent on the MINI is. Too bad you couldn't keep it. The two would look great side by side in the driveway!
Yeah, I'd like to have a stable of vehicles, but space and finances are tight these days. Who knows, down the road I may pickup a manual Mini for Autocross fun.
Really like those rims!
Thank you. I was stoked when American Tire located that NOS set at one of their out of state shops. I think the Gold with Blue Stone really makes the SC pop and gives it a Rally Racing / Tuner vibe.

Don't know much about Hyundai's history in Rally Racing, but it would sure be great to see them setup a SC Rally Racing Team. Hint, hint, Hyundia!
They look like different tents altogether
As stated above, they are different. I'm considering a Thule Tepui Explorer Ayer 2 or Low-Pro 2 mounted on a lift-out custom frame structure structure that opens to the rear towards the tailgate, but that will have to wait for now.
Great story and work on the SC!
Thx! I enjoy personalizing my rides and making them a little different than the normal off the lot models.

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The SC is a lot longer than the Mini Cooper. Had to hang a tennis ball to mark the stop point in the garage to retain maximum space in front of it. A neighbor showed me his laser garage parking light and over the weekend I installed one.
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No more tennis ball on a string in the way when the SC is out of its' home. (y)
 

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The transition from a 2012 Mini Cooper to the 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz has been a lengthy and at times frustrating one, but it is now complete. The Mini Cooper was originally bought as a fun and economical Daily Driver (DD) to make repeated 60 mile drives across Los Angeles (LA) to Orange County (OC) checking on my aging parents and a possible need drive into downtown LA for employment. Economy, ease of parking and fun to drive were key themes in that purchase. It was a wonderful fun car that served its' purpose well; putting a smile on my face as well as many others driving by. After going through several iterations this was the Mini Coopers final form before letting it go to a very happy young lady that just had to have her "Tiffany Blue" Mini; actaully called Ice Blue by MINI.
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As a true Car Guy I like to personallize my vehicles with minor changes to make them unique. That usually involves wheel and tire updates along with visual changes with color and style, plus functional additions like roof racks, trailer hitches and in the Mini Coopers case a factory storage trunk insert that made the entire back flat when the rear seats were folded down. I already miss it, but the Santa Cruz more than makes up for the loss and meets my new changing requirements perfectly.

Back in April of 2021 the decision was made that as a family my brother and I needed vehicles that can transport my elder widowed mother easily, so we could share parent care duties without having to maintain a third vehicle. Mom had a 2007 Honda CRV that worked, but she had given up driving and the extra expense of insuring and maintaining that third vehicle just to transport her around didn't make sense. She could get into my Mini, but had difficulty getting out of it and there was not much room for her transport chair; I was getting older as well and feeling the entry and exit pains more each day on that low go-cart like racer. My brothers Ford F250 Super Duty 4X4 Longbed Diesel workhorse was almost out of the question when it came to transporting mom because of its' height and my brother was tired of trying to park it, plus not even being able to use some drive-throughs. We were both due for new vehicles age wise anyway. I decided to be an early adopter of the Santa Cruz through the Hyundai Corporate purchase program and my brother took the wait and see approach initially, then signed up for that program as well.

The new Santa Cruz had been on my radar since its' debut in 2015 and the end result was pretty darn close to that beautiful prototype. This purchase had similar goals to the Mini purchase (fun to drive and economical), but we both needed additional functionality and ease of entry/exit at our ages, plus the ability to transport mom and her walker, tranporter chair or wheel chair (eventually). The Santa cruz ticked all those boxes and more; plus an AWD option. After a total fail with the Hyundai Corporate purchase program, I took a trek out of state to buy mine early, mainly because I had already sold my Mini Cooper in anticipation of my order arrival. My brother got lucky and found one locally a few months later after canceling his failed preorder.

About 10 months after my mid April original decision and order, my transition and personalization of the Santa Cruz is complete! It's named El Santa Cruzo because of its' El Camino vibe just for fun, in rememberance of several El Camino's owned in the past. I expanded the Hyundai Sport Adventure Vehicle (SAV) theme with gold Method 503 18X8 Rally Racing wheels and Atturo Trail Blade 245/60R18 tires, plus some mild gold side and rear window graphics to make it mine.
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Like many others, I added a trailer hitch mainly for my bike rack and minor towing if needed. A sequential rear light bar was put out of site between the bottom of the tailgate and the rear bumper for the cool look and added safety it provides. On the inside a center console tray was a must and in my opinion should be included from the factory. A folding storage bin and steering wheel tray are in each of the front seat back pockets for functional daily use.

For camping adventures wood support boards were designed for the bed slots in the bed. A KampRite Oversize Cot Tent can sit on them off the ground for overnighting. I may design a Roof Top Tent (RTT) structure that sits inside the bed and can be simply lifted in and out for two to sleep in, but that will be down the road when needed.

Aside from the long 10 month transition, I (and my brother) couldn't be happier with our purchases. We both went for the SEL AWD Non-Activity trim levels which meets our power and rear bed use needs to a tee. Mom couldn't be happier too!
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At 96 she is amazed at the technology the Santa Cruz has and its' beautifully designed interior. Her only wish is to be young enough to drive it herself.

Funny story just for fun:
Mom was a real car lover herself. In years past she drove almost every car I have owned, including past fast sporty Porsches. She loved manual transmission cars. In her much younger days she was driving from LA to Newport Beach daily for work, which took her through the Long Beach traffic circle. When she was late for work, the office always said she must have got another speeding ticket (lol). One day she got two tickets the same day going to and returning from work. The officer told her he doesn't need her driver's license, he already has that information. Another time she got a ticket for speeding and passing on the right. The small Newport Beach local newspaper wrote up an article about it, because the two officers last names were Goforth and Catchem. :LOL: It's worth mentioning that tickets were about $5 back then and they didn't really effect insurance rates. How times have changed...
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The link Moab listed gives all the details on the tent setup.

You are correct, they are not the same tent. The one on the Mini is a two person RoofNest Condor that was transferred to a RTT Trailer setup, then sold off to raise money for ther SC. The one on the SC is a single person KampRite Oversize Cot Tent.

Thanks. Driver and family are very Happy Campers. 😁

Yeah, I'd like to have a stable of vehicles, but space and finances are tight these days. Who knows, down the road I may pickup a manual Mini for Autocross fun.

Thank you. I was stoked when American Tire located that NOS set at one of their out of state shops. I think the Gold with Blue Stone really makes the SC pop and gives it a Rally Racing / Tuner vibe.

Don't know much about Hyundai's history in Rally Racing, but it would sure be great to see them setup a SC Rally Racing Team. Hint, hint, Hyundia!

As stated above, they are different. I'm considering a Thule Tepui Explorer Ayer 2 or Low-Pro 2 mounted on a lift-out custom frame structure structure that opens to the rear towards the tailgate, but that will have to wait for now.

Thx! I enjoy personalizing my rides and making them a little different than the normal off the lot models.

= = = = =

The SC is a lot longer than the Mini Cooper. Had to hang a tennis ball to mark the stop point in the garage to retain maximum space in front of it. A neighbor showed me his laser garage parking light and over the weekend I installed one.
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No more tennis ball on a string in the way when the SC is out of its' home. (y)
I had a laser locator with my old garage door opener. It worked really slick. Opener was failing so had to replace it. That setup wouldn't work for the SC now anyway. I have two positions depending on winter or other seasons. I have the snowblower just inside the door against the wall for the winter and need the SC up as far as possible so I can pull the blower out when needed. The rest of the year, the blower is in front of the SC and need to park back further. I use the backup camera to check my position.
 

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The transition from a 2012 Mini Cooper to the 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz has been a lengthy and at times frustrating one, but it is now complete. The Mini Cooper was originally bought as a fun and economical Daily Driver (DD) to make repeated 60 mile drives across Los Angeles (LA) to Orange County (OC) checking on my aging parents and a possible need drive into downtown LA for employment. Economy, ease of parking and fun to drive were key themes in that purchase. It was a wonderful fun car that served its' purpose well; putting a smile on my face as well as many others driving by. After going through several iterations this was the Mini Coopers final form before letting it go to a very happy young lady that just had to have her "Tiffany Blue" Mini; actaully called Ice Blue by MINI.
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As a true Car Guy I like to personallize my vehicles with minor changes to make them unique. That usually involves wheel and tire updates along with visual changes with color and style, plus functional additions like roof racks, trailer hitches and in the Mini Coopers case a factory storage trunk insert that made the entire back flat when the rear seats were folded down. I already miss it, but the Santa Cruz more than makes up for the loss and meets my new changing requirements perfectly.

Back in April of 2021 the decision was made that as a family my brother and I needed vehicles that can transport my elder widowed mother easily, so we could share parent care duties without having to maintain a third vehicle. Mom had a 2007 Honda CRV that worked, but she had given up driving and the extra expense of insuring and maintaining that third vehicle just to transport her around didn't make sense. She could get into my Mini, but had difficulty getting out of it and there was not much room for her transport chair; I was getting older as well and feeling the entry and exit pains more each day on that low go-cart like racer. My brothers Ford F250 Super Duty 4X4 Longbed Diesel workhorse was almost out of the question when it came to transporting mom because of its' height and my brother was tired of trying to park it, plus not even being able to use some drive-throughs. We were both due for new vehicles age wise anyway. I decided to be an early adopter of the Santa Cruz through the Hyundai Corporate purchase program and my brother took the wait and see approach initially, then signed up for that program as well.

The new Santa Cruz had been on my radar since its' debut in 2015 and the end result was pretty darn close to that beautiful prototype. This purchase had similar goals to the Mini purchase (fun to drive and economical), but we both needed additional functionality and ease of entry/exit at our ages, plus the ability to transport mom and her walker, tranporter chair or wheel chair (eventually). The Santa cruz ticked all those boxes and more; plus an AWD option. After a total fail with the Hyundai Corporate purchase program, I took a trek out of state to buy mine early, mainly because I had already sold my Mini Cooper in anticipation of my order arrival. My brother got lucky and found one locally a few months later after canceling his failed preorder.

About 10 months after my mid April original decision and order, my transition and personalization of the Santa Cruz is complete! It's named El Santa Cruzo because of its' El Camino vibe just for fun, in rememberance of several El Camino's owned in the past. I expanded the Hyundai Sport Adventure Vehicle (SAV) theme with gold Method 503 18X8 Rally Racing wheels and Atturo Trail Blade 245/60R18 tires, plus some mild gold side and rear window graphics to make it mine.
View attachment 6568
Like many others, I added a trailer hitch mainly for my bike rack and minor towing if needed. A sequential rear light bar was put out of site between the bottom of the tailgate and the rear bumper for the cool look and added safety it provides. On the inside a center console tray was a must and in my opinion should be included from the factory. A folding storage bin and steering wheel tray are in each of the front seat back pockets for functional daily use.

For camping adventures wood support boards were designed for the bed slots in the bed. A KampRite Oversize Cot Tent can sit on them off the ground for overnighting. I may design a Roof Top Tent (RTT) structure that sits inside the bed and can be simply lifted in and out for two to sleep in, but that will be down the road when needed.

Aside from the long 10 month transition, I (and my brother) couldn't be happier with our purchases. We both went for the SEL AWD Non-Activity trim levels which meets our power and rear bed use needs to a tee. Mom couldn't be happier too!
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At 96 she is amazed at the technology the Santa Cruz has and its' beautifully designed interior. Her only wish is to be young enough to drive it herself.

Funny story just for fun:
Mom was a real car lover herself. In years past she drove almost every car I have owned, including past fast sporty Porsches. She loved manual transmission cars. In her much younger days she was driving from LA to Newport Beach daily for work, which took her through the Long Beach traffic circle. When she was late for work, the office always said she must have got another speeding ticket (lol). One day she got two tickets the same day going to and returning from work. The officer told her he doesn't need her driver's license, he already has that information. Another time she got a ticket for speeding and passing on the right. The small Newport Beach local newspaper wrote up an article about it, because the two officers last names were Goforth and Catchem. :LOL: It's worth mentioning that tickets were about $5 back then and they didn't really effect insurance rates. How times have changed...
Your SC story is very similar to mine. I have always been a mini enthusiast at heart. I just recently I sold my Mini as it was time to get more practical for my outdoor activities. Great job on personalizing ur SC. Enjoy!

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Your SC story is very similar to mine. I have always been a mini enthusiast at heart. I just recently I sold my Mini as it was time to get more practical for my outdoor activities. Great job on personalizing ur SC. Enjoy!

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The transition from a 2012 Mini Cooper to the 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz has been a lengthy and at times frustrating one, but it is now complete. The Mini Cooper was originally bought as a fun and economical Daily Driver (DD) to make repeated 60 mile drives across Los Angeles (LA) to Orange County (OC) checking on my aging parents and a possible need drive into downtown LA for employment. Economy, ease of parking and fun to drive were key themes in that purchase. It was a wonderful fun car that served its' purpose well; putting a smile on my face as well as many others driving by. After going through several iterations this was the Mini Coopers final form before letting it go to a very happy young lady that just had to have her "Tiffany Blue" Mini; actaully called Ice Blue by MINI.
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As a true Car Guy I like to personallize my vehicles with minor changes to make them unique. That usually involves wheel and tire updates along with visual changes with color and style, plus functional additions like roof racks, trailer hitches and in the Mini Coopers case a factory storage trunk insert that made the entire back flat when the rear seats were folded down. I already miss it, but the Santa Cruz more than makes up for the loss and meets my new changing requirements perfectly.

Back in April of 2021 the decision was made that as a family my brother and I needed vehicles that can transport my elder widowed mother easily, so we could share parent care duties without having to maintain a third vehicle. Mom had a 2007 Honda CRV that worked, but she had given up driving and the extra expense of insuring and maintaining that third vehicle just to transport her around didn't make sense. She could get into my Mini, but had difficulty getting out of it and there was not much room for her transport chair; I was getting older as well and feeling the entry and exit pains more each day on that low go-cart like racer. My brothers Ford F250 Super Duty 4X4 Longbed Diesel workhorse was almost out of the question when it came to transporting mom because of its' height and my brother was tired of trying to park it, plus not even being able to use some drive-throughs. We were both due for new vehicles age wise anyway. I decided to be an early adopter of the Santa Cruz through the Hyundai Corporate purchase program and my brother took the wait and see approach initially, then signed up for that program as well.

The new Santa Cruz had been on my radar since its' debut in 2015 and the end result was pretty darn close to that beautiful prototype. This purchase had similar goals to the Mini purchase (fun to drive and economical), but we both needed additional functionality and ease of entry/exit at our ages, plus the ability to transport mom and her walker, tranporter chair or wheel chair (eventually). The Santa cruz ticked all those boxes and more; plus an AWD option. After a total fail with the Hyundai Corporate purchase program, I took a trek out of state to buy mine early, mainly because I had already sold my Mini Cooper in anticipation of my order arrival. My brother got lucky and found one locally a few months later after canceling his failed preorder.

About 10 months after my mid April original decision and order, my transition and personalization of the Santa Cruz is complete! It's named El Santa Cruzo because of its' El Camino vibe just for fun, in rememberance of several El Camino's owned in the past. I expanded the Hyundai Sport Adventure Vehicle (SAV) theme with gold Method 503 18X8 Rally Racing wheels and Atturo Trail Blade 245/60R18 tires, plus some mild gold side and rear window graphics to make it mine.
View attachment 6568
Like many others, I added a trailer hitch mainly for my bike rack and minor towing if needed. A sequential rear light bar was put out of site between the bottom of the tailgate and the rear bumper for the cool look and added safety it provides. On the inside a center console tray was a must and in my opinion should be included from the factory. A folding storage bin and steering wheel tray are in each of the front seat back pockets for functional daily use.

For camping adventures wood support boards were designed for the bed slots in the bed. A KampRite Oversize Cot Tent can sit on them off the ground for overnighting. I may design a Roof Top Tent (RTT) structure that sits inside the bed and can be simply lifted in and out for two to sleep in, but that will be down the road when needed.

Aside from the long 10 month transition, I (and my brother) couldn't be happier with our purchases. We both went for the SEL AWD Non-Activity trim levels which meets our power and rear bed use needs to a tee. Mom couldn't be happier too!
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At 96 she is amazed at the technology the Santa Cruz has and its' beautifully designed interior. Her only wish is to be young enough to drive it herself.

Funny story just for fun:
Mom was a real car lover herself. In years past she drove almost every car I have owned, including past fast sporty Porsches. She loved manual transmission cars. In her much younger days she was driving from LA to Newport Beach daily for work, which took her through the Long Beach traffic circle. When she was late for work, the office always said she must have got another speeding ticket (lol). One day she got two tickets the same day going to and returning from work. The officer told her he doesn't need her driver's license, he already has that information. Another time she got a ticket for speeding and passing on the right. The small Newport Beach local newspaper wrote up an article about it, because the two officers last names were Goforth and Catchem. :LOL: It's worth mentioning that tickets were about $5 back then and they didn't really effect insurance rates. How times have changed...
I was also wondering where did you pick up the AWD sport decal?
 

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Your SC story is very similar to mine. I have always been a mini enthusiast at heart. I just recently I sold my Mini as it was time to get more practical for my outdoor activities. Great job on personalizing ur SC. Enjoy!

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Nice! I bought a 1967 Austin Cooper back in the early 1990's. Was in the process of setting it up with an AWD/4X4 driveline and planned WRX engine, when my employer decided to shut down our department and buy a east coast firm to replace it (worst executive decision that company ever made, but I digress...).

Cut the unibody pan out of a Subaru 4X4 and shortened it to fit the '67 Austin Cooper. The door sills of the Subaru ended up being full side rocker panels on the Cooper. It had a full Group-4 flare kit and wide low profile Pirelli's on holed 13" polished alloy wheels. License plate was USA(star)S4. People thought the S4 was Sport 4WD, but it also had a hidden meaning; the USA (CIA) S4 facility near Area 51 that Bob Lazar worked at reverse engineering alien spacecraft. ;) He ran a rocket car at the Reno Air Races last time I saw him.

Was hoping it'd be a Porsche killer, but never finished it. Sold it off to a Long Beach CA body shop owner. Don't know what he did with it.

That was my first experieince with Mini Coopers and when they came out with the New Mini, I had to have one!

This isn't mine, but you get the idea.
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That was my first experieince with Mini Coopers and when they came out with the New Mini, I had to have one!
Growing up on the other side of the pond they were the typical 'first' car, I had three at different times , one 850 and two 1275's- a wheel in each corner they were great go Karts in back roads
 
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