The GP has cool looking, but non-functional, brake ducts in the lower front bumper … Gary, owner of GP0076, recently completed modifications on his GP to make them functional, and has kindly provided pictures (also see write-ups on the GP owners forum and on NorthAmericanMotoring).
The brake ducts were purchased by Gary from Way Motor Works, and installed by Lucky Dog Garage.
… a total of 2000 GPs were sold, with 415 of them coming to USA.
Thanks to George, I’ve added to the introduction a country-by-country breakdown of where the 2000 GPs went, repeated here:
# of GPs
EU CzeSwitzerland Rep.
Given that so many GPs went to other countries, I’ve decided to open up GPMINI.net and in particular the GP owners forum to owners from any country (but sorry, you need to read/write English because I don’t have any other language skills!)
If you’d like to be added to the owners list, get in touch with me and supply your name, GP roof number, and location (town and state or country); if you want to join the GP owners forum then go through the registration process – but be sure to also contact me so I can cross-reference the registration (to prevent spammers getting access to the forum!)
Finally, if GP owners from other countries have GP news that might be interesting to everyone, let me know and we can “fill in the blanks” on this GP website 🙂
No idea which GP it was – although I’d guess it was the one given to InSkip MINI; but it brings the total USA GPs sold to 414, just one short of the 415 allocation – and we know that the missing one, GP0006, is being kept by MINI USA (for now, at least).
So from now on, all USA GP sales will be pre-owned.