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The Not-So-Mini Mini Cooper Stretch Limo

Posted on October 11, 2013

Kamran Akran, owner of Krystal Limousines in Coventry, England, got the idea for the modified Mini, when he read about a custom car garage in Las Vegas, and after thinking about would be an appropriately British vehicle, he had a four-year-old Mini Cooper S shipped over to the US.

Akran paid approximately $104,000 for the makeover, but so far the cost has been worth.

“The Mini is a British classic — it is recognized around the world. Now we have the longest one on the planet,” Akran told the Daily Mail.

For the full story, go to www.nypost.com.

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