Boot up to your 10.6.3 DVD and completely reformat and
repartition your hard drive. You may even want to do
the lowest level of secure erase options which will actually
zero out your disk (just formatting will only wipe directories
and partitoning info. The bit patterns still remain). This
will however take quite some time.
Next, re-install 10.6.3 on the Mini. When the reboot occurs
on completion, you can either shutdown which will let the buyer
start up as if it were a new Mac or like I do, create a dummy user
so you can at least demo the Mini to a perspective buyer.
Because of the licensing agreements, you can only sell a used
Mac with its originally installed OS. Selling it with any later
upgrade installed (major versions) violates the EULA for
for those OSes as they are not transferable.