The Austin Mini is a legend — the tiny front-wheel-drive car gained a reputation as a fearsome competitor in races and rallies around the world. But the famous two-door hatchback was just one of the many versions of the platform produced from the '60s up to the early '80s. The 1972 Mini pickup up for auction via RM Sotheby's is one of the more unusual configurations, with a pickup bed in place of the three-door body. Even with the pickup bed, the Mini is still a flyweight, weighing in at just over 1,500 pounds. This example has its original 1.2-liter four making 69 horsepower and 77 lb-ft of torque to the front wheels via a four-speed gearbox. A few upgrades have been made to the interior, with new seats and carpet along with a stereo and custom steering wheel. The car will be crossing the block May 1st and 2nd with no reserve.