1967 Austin Mini Cooper S 1275cc, Morris Cooper S 1275cc

I have purchased a large collection of hundreds of Austin Mini/Classic Mini parts. The person I purchased these parts from had been racing his Minis for decades, was meticulous regarding his detail with these cars, and only used the best parts. The four complete Minis are all Cooper S, and most of the parts are either race parts, 1275 Cooper s parts, or just 1275 parts. I plan on selling all of the parts on EBAY, and I have had great experiences with EBAY in the past. You can view my collection and a video of the parts at www.vcmotorsports.blogspot.com. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions, and you can email me at ben@rocketown.org. I will post these for sale on ebay soon, or make me an offer.

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1968 Australian Morris Mini Cooper S 4 Sale
I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)





1966 Morris Cooper S - rebuilt engine run-in
Six years into a full restoration. Time to start the engine! The engine sat in pieces for 3 years and was rebuilt 1.5 years ago. Image gallery: https://mmalleck.smugmug.com/Cars/1966-Morris-Mini-Cooper-S/12970678_w27vhL #!i=4268367404&k=7LxtgLn





My Janspeed Mini Cooper-S
This is the highlights of my Janspeed Mini Cooper S car that was used in the famous enthusiast video Janspeed DIY Mini, produced by my company. The car was stripped down to the last nut and bolt. It was designed by their race team along with the legendary David Vizard and then built by Janspeed's race engine builders. Even the body was rebuilt from scratch! The car also featured in a magazine article as one of the fastest ever road Minis! It's a blindingly quick car and will easily embarrass many hot hatches of today. See the details on its website.





1974 Morris Mini - First start in seven years!
After passing its MOT in 2002, the mini went back into the garage and hadn't turned a wheel until now. The engine is a 1400cc MiniSport half engine kit, built by me, and has only driven about 10 miles. The digital dashboard is from an MG Maestro, one of several modifications made in my misguided youth. Note that it doesn't talk... yet! Oil is fresh, but the fuel isn't. Clearly, the there is more work to be done to get it running right.




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