Meet The First Mini Paceman That Doesn't Totally Suck

Meet The First Mini Paceman That Doesn't Totally Suck

From Truck Yeah: Pickup truck conversions usually end up coming out as abominable hack jobs, or more rarely asrolling works of art. But this Mini Paceman Pickup custom-built by trainees at a Munich BMW store just looks like a lot of fun.

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Meet The First Mini Paceman That Doesn't Totally Suck

Meet The First Mini Paceman That Doesn't Totally Suck

Pickup truck conversions usually end up coming out as abominable hack jobs, or more rarely as rolling works of art. But this Mini Paceman Pickup custom-built by trainees at a Munich BMW store just looks like a lot of fun.

Meet The First Mini Paceman That Doesn't Totally Suck

According to BimmerToday (via Autoblog) it's the product of months of planning, but it is street-legal in Germany. They say the MINI body was bolstered with some extra bracing in the underbody and B-pillar before the rear section of the roof came off.

Semi-knobby tires, a handful of extra headlights, and a tire tossed on the roof add to the look because off-road. No plans for production (obviously) but since this Paceman pickup can wear license plates, I presume some lucky German is going to take it home eventually!

Hat tip to BimmerToday, Images from Mini Muenchen

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