UGF 587W is an eye-catching Mini Clubman Woodie - a quirky twist on the practical Estate fitted with safety upgrades to keep up with modern driving conditions. It was 1st registered 16th September 1980 and is nearly 40 years old. Next year it will be road tax and MOT exempt. It has a detailed history file with over 30 old MOT's and invoices for huge amounts of money spent over the years on transforming the car in to what it is today. Specification: Countryman kit and Limited Edition Side Walk tartan interior trim, custom made to include the folding rear seat, plus all interior cards that are unique to an estate. It has fully restored bodywork (wings, A-posts, scuttle, sills, floors, valance, door skins, etc. all documented) and new or reconditioned mechanicals (also invoiced), including a 12 inch disc brake conversion, with Minilite style wheels and new  Falken 165/60/12 tyres, fully adjustable Hi-Lo suspension front & rear, new dampers, rubber cones and radius arms, Maniflow LCB manifold & exhaust system, Howley inlet, HS4 SU with K&N filter, 1275 clutch, electronic ignition and an uprated, lead-free 998cc tuned engine with uprated cam, from a Mini Thirty Anniversary, professionally rebuilt. Recent regular maintenance included a coolant system overhaul replacing hoses, thermostat, new housing and water pump, plus full service  including new oil / filter, ignition - plugs, leads, rotor, distributor cap, etc. Fitted options are a heated windscreen, stereo JVC hi-fi system with manual, full width walnut dash board with instruments plus clock and matching door furniture, additional retro-look, working rear fog & reversing lamps for safety. Comes with a spare key set and a Toad alarm system for security with both original remotes.  . Clean, clear waxoyled, underside / new subframe, etc. Service History: Comprehensive file details all maintenance and restorative work, in both invoice and photo form, and amazingly includes consecutive MOT certificates dating right back to 1987, confirming the mileage at just 76500 …. for 40 years old remember. Paperwork indicates a past of enthusiast owners, including pictures of the Mini on display at shows, plus independent agreed valuation statements for insurance requirements eg. British Mini Club valued at £9500 in 2006, today’s valuation is £15000. Driven less than 1200 dry miles in the last 10 years.