The Paul Weller MINI Cooper auction for charity has ended. There were 39 bids between November 11, 2010 and the end of the auction on December 11, 2010. The winning bid by Toby Smith was £20,250 ($32,000).
Some background information on the auction is on the auction website:
Paul Weller has always been an avid MINI fan and has collected numerous models throughout the years. As part of MINI’s 50th Anniversary celebrations in 2009, MINI fans drove from all over the world to attend a party at Silverstone at which Weller was the headline act.
He was then given this MINI Cooper which he designed the exterior of, working closely with the designers and completing the car this spring.
This MINI Cooper is the best selling model in the range and would usually retail at £14,000. The car also has £4,000 worth of customisation (alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlights etc). It has a 1.6 petrol engine and goes from 0-62 mph in 9.1 seconds, with a top speed of 127 mph.
Read the full Paul Weller MINI Cooper configuration.