Engine swaps are one of the best ways to make a relatively slow car, way faster. The 1962 Mini that you see in the main picture features the K20 engine from an Acura Integra DC5 Type R.
Its interior features two racing bucket seats, a roll cage, a Sparco steering wheel, a digital speedometer and a gear selector. Its engine produces 217 hp at 8,500 rpm with 206 Nm of torque and it is paired with a 6-speed hydraulic gearbox, with the power passing to the rear wheels via a differential lock. The car is up for sale on eBay and up to this moment it has received 53 bids, with its price being at $17,400.