The Austin Mini Cooper and Morris Mini Cooper debuted in September 1961.
The 848 cc (51.7 cu in) engine from the Morris Mini-Minor was given a longer stroke to increase capacity to 997 cc (60.8 cu in) increasing power from 34 to 55 bhp (25 to 41 kW). The car featured a race-tuned engine, twin SU carburettors, a closer-ratio gearbox and front disc brakes, uncommon at the time in a small car. One thousand units of this version were commissioned by management, intended for and designed to meet the homologation rules of Group 2 rally racing. The 997 cc engine was replaced by a shorter stroke 998 cc unit in 1964. In 1962, Rhodesian John Love became the first non-British racing driver to win the British Saloon Car Championship driving a Mini Cooper. Min Coopers have continued in competition ever since
Sales of the Mini Cooper were, :64,000 Mark I Coopers with 997 cc or 998 cc engines;
First registered as OLB 697E in April 1967, this Cooper formed the basis formed the basis for a restoration project in the late 1990’s resulting in the conversion of a road going original Cooper to a car equipped for Historic Rallies by the Allbon family, who ultimately took part in the Monte Carlo Classic Rally.
The body shell was completed stripped and panel replaced, a replacement 998 engine was sourced and rebuilt, the detail of which is provided in the history file
The interior was fitted with a full-length dash, with additional instruments, a Halda Speed Pilot and Heuer stop watches, Cobra sports seats, twin fuel tanks, rear spot light,
In excellent restored condition, restored as Historic Rally Cooper, with period instruments. Original pattern interior and Cobra competition seats
Mechanically the car is excellent restored condition, full details of the engine rebuild and specification can be found within the history file, with further details to follow.
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Original French Morris cooper s mk2 Richard Longman Replica
The car was modified in the 70s with a new paint in sirocco green, never repainted since.
She was built with the Downton spec and for a race use, with race seat and harnest, 70s roll cage, special dash with oil presure, revs, speed and .....
Extremely rare Mk III Morris Mini Cooper S
This Morris Cooper ‘S’ Mk III is 1 of only 792 manufactured for the British home market, and according to its British Motor Industry Heritage Trust letter, was finished on 25th January 1971. It has covered 29,000 miles in the hands of three owners and .....
Very special one off MK 2 Wood and Pickett project .
This could be restored with the assistance of the renowned restorers Woodham Mortimer (taken over from J D Classics ) and would total around 90000£ .including this actual Cooper S WP.
Otherwise If you are able to carry out the restoration yourself .....
Prindiville are delighted to offer this Beautiful 1969 MK2 Morris Mini Cooper S finished in Black with green Flake.. Eye catching Colour! and only covering only 40,100 Miles.
Own a bit of heritage and done miss the opportunity to own this thing of beauty.
– New Full Black and Red Leather .....
Here we have my 1 of 3 known Mono-tone Black (BK1) Morris Cooper that I have owned for around 11 years.
The car has been in for restoration with the late Richard Mills of RM Classics for the past 11 years and is very near to being finished.
What you are buying here is a real Morris Cooper and .....
Morris Mini Cooper S MKII 1969 // Full Nut & Bolt Documented Restoration // UK Matching Numbers Car
Interior & Equipment
Simply perfect having been completely re-trimmed in the original black vinyl coated seat fabric, new black carpet set, matching door cards and restored flawless dash which all .....
This Cooper S is one of only a few LHD Mk1 built by Morris in the UK for the Italian market. It features fully operational Veglia Borletti instruments and as a result of the dry climate in Italy, there is no rust on the car. I have bought the car in 2015 and after bringing it to Austria it needed only .....
Morris Mini Cooper Mk 2, year 1968. Colour Almond green with a crème white roof-top.
Black interior with special rally seats and black carpet.
This magnificent Mini Cooper has been in one family for twenty years.
The car was extensively and ‘nut & bolt’ restored in the year 2001, a photo .....
This little Mini Cooper is finished in Tartan Red with Snowberry White roof.
It was owned buy the previous owner for 14 years and during that time it was subject to a complete nut and bolt restoration that was completed in 2012. The work was carried out by Sprockets and Spanner’s of Bradford West .....