1967 AUSTIN COOPER S MKI
- The standout motoring icon of the 1960s
- A very collectible motor car
- An 100% correct and original Cooper S
- Absolute amazingly restored/prepared for rally
First introduced in 1959, the Mini is the most famous small car in the world. The inventor, Sir Alec Issigonis, .....
The last Cooper S from César Torres!
Portuguese, revised and in an impeccable condition.
Prepared in England by Broadspeed, identical to the Factory Works.
Downton engine head and Weber carburetors.
5.5 Minilite magnesium wheels.
"Close-ratio" gearbox with LSD.
Triplex heated windscreen.
This particular MK III 3000 BJ8 was built September 1967, thus being the final year of production and therefore the most powerful and luxurious of the models produced. Denoted in the main by its walnut-veneer dash and a 150hp engine, the 'Big Healey' as it was affectionately known, became the most consistently .....
A stunning 1967 1275 Mini Cooper S MK1 finished in blue.
This vehicle boasts its original shell and has been the subject of a total concours rebuild to the highest of standards.
This Mini Cooper S is completely standard including the steering wheel and trim and has been recently fitted with its .....
This interesting and stunning Austin Seven Special is based on an Austin 7 Chassis from 1930. The styling is related to racecars such as Amilcar, Bugatti and others. There is an extensive english race history from Silverstone, Donnington and Wiscombe Park, before the car was sold to California, USA .....
Trying to trace a car I previously owned, its a 1936 Austin Ruby, black with brown leather interior.
Reg no is/was BZ4542, and I believe it is still on the car
If anyone knows of its whereabouts, please let me know.
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