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  • Variety of Minis @ June 2011 Meeting

    Here are some of the Mini variations that I noted at the June 21, 2011 meeting. Some obvious club cars could have expanded the list, but didn't show. Maybe they'll be at the July Meeting.

    MKs: I, II, III, IV, V+

    Power units: 850, 998, 1071, 1098, 1275/1300, 1275S. Missing a 970 and 997.

    Body types: Saloon, Estate (with and w/o wood), Pickup. Missing Van, Moke, Cabriolet. (A quick look in the garage would have turned up a Moke and a non-factory cabriolet.)

    Make: Austin, Morris, Riley, Wolseley, Mini, Rover

    Country of origin: English cars built for the English market, the German market, the U.S. market and the Canadian market. South Africa. Italy. New Zealand. AWOL: English built for the Japanese market, and Australia.

    Oh, and a police car and a fire truck.

    What did I leave out?

    Yeah. RHD and LHD.
    Last edited by Cheleker; 06-27-2011, 07:41 PM.
    The more I know about Minis, the more I know I don't know about Minis.

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    Make: and Innocenti!

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    • #3
      Right. Counted for country of origin, but I forgot about Make.
      The more I know about Minis, the more I know I don't know about Minis.

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      • #4
        Also, innocenti Minis came from 2 different makers.

        1. Innocenti from about 1967 to 1972/73
        2. Innocenti/ Leyland from 1973 to 1975( mostly 1001 and 1300 exports)
        peter

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Peter J Larsen View Post
          Also, innocenti Minis came from 2 different makers.

          1. Innocenti from about 1967 to 1972/73
          2. Innocenti/ Leyland from 1973 to 1975( mostly 1001 and 1300 exports)
          peter
          What did I tell you Chuck? So where did those South African minis get made?

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          • #6
            just to make clear:: anyway all" innocentis were produced at the
            Innocenti Factory in Milano Italy

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