The Mini Pickup is one of the more rare commercial variant models. There were just over 58,000 produced or 1% out of the total Mini production of 5.5 million. There was never a Cooper version pickup, so don't believe the badge on the bonnet! Upgrades to this Mini include a 1275cc A+ motor, twin leading shoe brakes and a Cooper style three gauge cluster. The pickup was a favorite of farmers, and just like in the USA, many were left to rust in the field when their normal life was over. Pickups were never sold in the U.S., which makes them very unusual here.