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Amazing car, ex BMW group, chilli pack 2, light pack. Almost every conceivable extra on this car, heated seats, electric mirrors, cruise control, 3 stage car driving experience, leather seats. Anthracite headlining, chrome pack, 17 inch black alloys, bonnet stripes, black roof/ mirrors. Many thousands of extras above normal ...


Mini One Convertible 1.6 in BRG with part leather two colour seats and black mohair electric roof. Selling my mini in beautiful British Racing Green in excellent condition both inside and out, fully loaded. This car was one owner from new for practically its whole ownership and has been very well looked after. First registered ...

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Picture of 1975 Stunning Citron Yellow 1275 Gt In Outstanding Condition For Sale

1975 Morris Mini 1275 GT in very rare Citron yellow / green with black interior trim. The condition of the body on this 46 year old mini is mind blowing. It has been fully restored but items like the floor pans are original and the condition prior to restoration was good, but showing its age. It drives wonderfully and ...


A stunning very low mileage one owner from new Cooper S 2013 Reg, Car in excellent condition inside and out, colour is British Racing Green with white roof and bonnet stripes and mirror caps, N18 engine, Full service history, 2 sets of keys, MOT, this car drives like new, comes with 6 MONTHS WARRANTY. To view all our ...


Left hand drive. Please read well all my ad, thank you. Amazing car, can be driven anywhere in Europe. Original spanish registration from year 1974. Mini Cooper 1300 year 1974 made in Spain. Upgrade with Suzuki Swift GTi 1.300cc. 16V, 105CV engine and Suzuki 5 speed transmission. Front seats Suzuki Swift GTi. Speedometer ...


Mini 30th anniversary in excellent condition subject to restoration 3 years ago and has done very few miles since has had new tyres and wheels/exhaust/petrol tank /bare metal respray/waxoyled/sills and jacking points /new spare/engine reconditioned and gearbox rebuilt and lots more sadly paperwork for the restoration ...


DOROTHEUM Auktion im Fahrzeug und Technik Zentrum Wien / Summer Sale at Fahrzeug und Technik Zentrum Wien Klassische Fahrzeuge und Motorräder / Classic motorcars and motorcycles Samstag, Juli 3, 2021 - 15 Uhr / Saturday, July 3, 2021 - 3 p.m. 2331 Vösendorf, Doktor Robert Firneisstraße 6-8 Online-Katalog/ online ...


Bespoke Traders presents a fantastic 1965 Austin mini countryman estate. The Traveller is getting a rare car to see on the road nowadays and this example of British motoring history is sure to be a fine addition to any classic car collectors garage. Comes with its certified copy of a factory record. Date of build ...


Bereavement Sale Bought by my brother a few months ago from Toyota main dealer in Attleborough for almost 9k. Was on their approved used car scheme so wants for nothing. He did not even use a tank full of fuel. Super little car with all the extras, Parking Sensors, Sat Nav, Sunroof, etc. Serviced & Long MOT so drive ...


Make: Mini Leyland Model: 1275 E Clubman Year: 1982 Here we have Cheche Cheche means “little” in the African language, but there's certainly nothing small about this little girl, in fact her heart is bigger than most. Cheche has spent most of her years being driven by an avid Mini enthusiasts’ daughter back ...


Here for sale is a rare opportunity to purchase an absolutely immaculate 100% rust free rolling shell and to finish off this long term project of mine. I have had this mini for several years now and it’s been nearly finished and then dismantled more than once. I am now moving House so it’s time to finally realise that ...


I have owned this Mini Clubman 2 Years now & its been a pleasure to drive has been used for commuting during the summer months. The car is registered as Historic so no need to tac or MOT, however the Mini does come with an MOT & lots of history in a portfolio dating back to the 1st owner. "A Plus Block" & unleaded ...


Mini 1275 | Extensively restored | 1982 Highlights: - Extensively restored in 2019 - Overhauled engine - Brake discs - Bucket seats Extensively restored Mini 1275 That this Mini has been adapted is an understatement. The sheet metal of this classic has been redone and provided with a fresh coat of paint. The ...

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A Brief History of the Classic Mini

The Mini was introduced in 1959, its goal was to be a fuel-efficient, reliable and affordable way to move four adults and their luggage from point A to point B. What it’s designer Alec Issigonis didn’t expect was for it to become quite such a cult classic.


The Mark 1 Mini was launched in 1959, it was available either as an Austin Mini Seven or Morris Mini-Minor. Mark 1 Minis featured external door hinges, smaller rear window apertures and 10” wheels.

In 1961 with help from John Cooper, the Mini Cooper model was launched. It was available with 7” disc brakes and a 998/997cc engine. The Cooper didn’t quite satisfy the masses and in 1963 The Cooper ‘S’ model was released. Available with either a 970cc, 1071 or 1275cc engine the Cooper S was created to go racing.

The Mini Cooper S took home wins not only on the circuit but in the hills of the Monte Carlo rally.


The Mk2 Mini was released in 1968, it was only a minor facelift to the Mk1. Larger rear lights had been fitted to improve safety and a larger rear window aperture. The Mk2 received a redesigned front grille. The model range didn’t drastically change when the Mk2 Mini was released, the Cooper and Cooper ‘S’ models both continued on in production although they now utilised Hydrolastic suspension.


The Mk3 Mini was released in 1969 not a whole lot really changed. The rear lights and grille were retained from the Mk2 model, but the long-standing sliding windows and external door hinges of earlier models were replaced with more secure and safer wind-up units with internal door hinges.

The Mk3 Mini was the first of the Minis to be produced by British Leyland, previous models were either Austin or Morris. The Mini Cooper model was dropped for the Mk3 and introduced only the Cooper ‘S’ model, with a 1275cc engine and 4 speed gearbox. The Cooper S featured servo-assisted 7.5” disc brakes up front and wider steel wheels.


In a bid to keep people interested in the Mini, the Mini Clubman was launched. It’s new squarer face was designed to draw a new group of owners to British Leyland and the Mini. Although underneath, the Clubman was just another Mini.

There was a performance model for the Clubman however, the 1275 GT. Built to replace the Cooper ‘S’ it was actually less powerful and desirable. It featured a single carburettor vs. the Cooper ‘S’ twin set up and it did away with the Mini’s Iconic Central Speedo in favour of a driver-focussed offset speedo.

The Classic Mini is an icon of British Motoring, the likes of Lulu, Brian Johnson and the Beetles are all known to have owned a Classic Mini. Sadly, production ended in 2000 at the Rover Longbridge plant, with the last Sport Pack Mini being driven off the production line by Lulu herself.

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