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GB Mini Garage - The Classic Mini Specialists
What Do We Do?
We're a classic Mini specialist based in Sheffield. You are more than welcome to visit our restorations warehouse or alternatively we can deliver our Mini's anywhere in the UK.
Do We Have More Stock?
We have over twenty Mini's ready to go! Most of those Mini's are restored or in exceptional condition. Most won't be online yet as we're a very small business and a bit backlogged under the current demand but you are more than welcome to visit our warehouse :).
Get in Contact With Us
For more information please see our website, our Instagram @gbminigarage, call our team on 0114 438 1816 or text or whatsapp us on 07533301097. Alternatively you may join our mailing list for instant updates on new Mini's before they are listed, do copy and paste the following link into your browser.
UK & International Deliveries
Deliveries are no problem, our UK delivery service is charged at £0.95 pence per mile based upon a return journey and we would only require a £400 deposit in advance with the balance upon delivery. Regarding international shipping, we have many customers in the USA & Canada and we recommend using who'm charge between £795 and £1195 per vehicle dependant upon the port required. You would have to contact them directly.
Customise Your Mini!


Fancy a set of spotlights, stripes or a specific interior? Speak to us and maybe we can help build your perfect Mini.


Incredibly Rare 1990 Domino Pimlico Mini 1275cc - Rust Free and Ready to Enjoy after Being Hidden Away for 19 Years
I'm advised that this is a rare Mk2 model of which only 40 were produced in the 1970's (IVA'd in 1990).
Fancy having the *coolest* car at the shows, having the quirkiest Mini on the road and a an unforgettably terrifying driving experience? We want to take the Micky but we have actually fallen in love with this Mini, it’s so seventies, so fast and such a throwback to a different era… it’s also actually now one of the rarest types of Mini and insanely sought after based on our experience. We love it so much that we considered keeping it for advertising purposes or shipping it over to Spain where it would be amazing, but we need the space.

A little about her. Throw your mind back to the late seventies and eighties, new cars were getting more and more boring, your brand new British made car which arrived from the factory last week was already rusting away on your driveway and Mini’s were no different. In fact there was nothing new about the Mini, nothing much had changed aesthetically or mechanically for 15 years except that your mate down the road with the *beautiful* new Metro would now smoke you at the lights and this spurred an idea in the minds of Domino Cars of Southampton. What if we created a new style of Mini, something fun, quirky and sporty, something that was a bit lighter and faster, something that wouldn’t rust away, maybe it could be a hit? Such was quite a hit and the Domino Pimlico was born. The GRP shell was lighter and faster, being fibreglass it didn’t rust and being presented in many a funky two toned colour with cool very eighties side skirts and doors and wide arches and 13 inch wheels (10+ years before Rover fitted wide arches to the Cooper Sportspack), sales figures were strong.

Today though, when was the last time you saw an example of the Domino Pimlico? They have all but disappeared. Where did they go? Well they didn’t rust away and we have been getting a good few calls throughout the last year from buyers in sunny southern Europe searching for these cars so we assume they have been exported.

Where has this one been hiding? She’s been hiding away in storage for 19 years and has had just two previous keepers, she’s managed to escape sunny southern Europe to date and she only saw less sunny British sunshine last year when our client purchased her for his wife… bad move and back in storage!

We then re-commissioned her, serviced her and professionally tuned her engine and she’s off, she’s terrifyingly fun to drive and roars into life. Underneath she has new floors (albeit dirty floors), new subframes and a roaring straight through twin pipe exhaust. On top she has an excellent quality GRP shell finished in two tone gold and green, with 13 inch Cooper Sportspack Alloys and Yokohama Tyres. Inside she has a period 60’s/70’s central speedometer, comfy bucket seats and plenty of storage. She is correctly registered as a Pimlico and would have passed an SVA in 1990 when built. She has a long MOT with no advisories, her odometer reads 41,252 and she is ready, after nineteen years of hiding, to grace the world with her *coolness once again.

Downsides to her? The attention. People know she's coming because they can hear her roar from a mile away, they wonder what it is coming but nothing can prepare them for her *let's keep calling it her coolness. The attention is even worse when you're soggy and cold because she has no roof or heater, although she does have the fittings for a roof and heater and her interior is pretty waterproof. Otherwise she's a classic car, her condition is excellent and of course there is no rust, but there is a mark here and there. Her temperature gauge also needs wiring up.
Want to See More Photographs & a Walkaround Video?
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1990 Rover Mini Domino Pimlico Mk2 1275cc

  • We guarantee that your Mini will be mechanically perfect at the time of the sale. Mechanically perfect means that your Mini will be roadworthy with a recent MOT, that everything on your Mini will work correctly and that your Mini will be ready to enjoy.


    However, it is important to note that Mini's are classic cars opposed to brand new cars, classic cars will have wear and tear on all parts opposed to being built to a new standard and accordingly they  will require ongoing maintenance and we cannot be held liable for any ongoing maintenance after the time of the sale. That being said, we have a dedicated phone line to assist you in maintaining your Mini and sourcing replacement parts.

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