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IMM Mini 50th 2009 Part 1

The first part of the video footage I took at the IMM Mini 50th anniversary weekend held at Longbridge, near Birmingham on the weekend of the 7th to 11th of August 2009. Over 5000 classic Mini's in attendance! This segment starts with some classic Mini's, a look at David Bowie's all silver Mini and finishes with the highlights of the Russ Swift stuntshow. Lots more classic Mini action to come in the next parts including the Wheeler Dealers! BEST MINI SHOW EVER! Check my blog for 100 or so stills at http://julesburt.posterous.com/ Is your car in this video? Let me know! Please rate and leave a comment! www.julesburt.co.uk


 


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IMM MIni 50th 2009 Part 2
The second part of the video footage I took at the IMM Mini 50th anniversary weekend held at Longbridge, near Birmingham on the weekend of the 7th to 11th of August 2009. Over 5000 classic Mini's in attendance! This segment includes the first ever Mini, a Mark 1 Mini with just 271 miles on the clock and the classic Monte Carlo rallying Mini's, plus loads more. Lots more classic Mini action to come in the next parts including the Wheeler Dealers! BEST MINI SHOW EVER! Check my blog for 100 or so stills at http://julesburt.posterous.com/ Is your car in this video? Let me know! Please rate and leave a comment! www.julesburt.co.uk Sorry for the awful music, original was copyrighted, darn.





Mini Classic Vollverklebung | Mini Classic Car Wrap





How it's made: MINI Cooper
With its unmistakeable design and undiluted driving fun, the first example of the classic Mini sparked a revolution in the car market when it entered the fray in 1959. Then, in 2001, the new MINI emerged from the BMW Group stable to lead the premium compact class into the new millennium. And now MINI is poised to set new standards once again when it unveils the latest incarnation of this iconic car on 18 November 2013. The new MINI is one thing above all else: a typical MINI -- in its most concentrated and contemporary form. A car built for individualists, it whisks the legendary forms of the classic Mini from 1959 into the present day and takes to the stage with greater presence and maturity than ever. "The new MINI generation strikes the perfect balance between MINI heritage, future-defining forms and innovations," says Anders Warming, Head of MINI Design.





London to Brighton Mini Run 2010 Profusion Customs
Must watch, great video of London to Brighton Mini run 2010, featuring highly modified Profusion Customs Mini, with a custom interior, de-seamed, classy body, lots of gadgets and a MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust. This car will be sold and offers invited, visit www.ProfusionCustoms.com, the whole project build can be seen on a new video which was posted on 20th May 2010, called, Profusion Customs Modified classic Mini





Mini cooper cruise
Austin & Morris Mini's





London to Brighton Mini Run 2009 DVD AVAILABLE FROM WWW.DREAMVISIONMEDIA.CO.UK
A trailer for the DVD following the 2009 London to Brighton Mini Run. Go to www.dreamvisionmedia.co.uk to order your copy.





IMM Mini 50th 2009 Part 3
The third part of the video footage I took at the IMM Mini 50th anniversary weekend held at Longbridge, near Birmingham on the weekend of the 7th to 11th of August 2009. Over 5000 classic Mini's in attendance! This segment features some beautiful concours Mini’s that will take your breath away! More classic Mini action to come in the next and final part with Mike Brewer and Ed China from, the Wheeler Dealers! BEST MINI SHOW EVER! Check my blog for 100 or so stills at http://julesburt.posterous.com/ Is your car in this video? Let me know! Please rate and leave a comment! www.julesburt.co.uk





the proper way to drive a mini
minis at the Goodwood Revival http://axisofoversteer.blogspot.com/2009/10/proper-way-to-drive-mini.html





The Car's The Star 'Mini' (part two)
Part two (& the final part) of 'The Car's The Star' which was the Top Gear spin off TV show (written & presented by Quentin Willson) that featured the great British Mini in this particular episode which was first shown on BBC2 in 1997.





Assembled In Britain (1986)
BMC Sows The Seeds Of It's Own Destruction With The Mini? (A small part of a documentary that was in the form of a tour of British industry in which Stephen Bayley and Correlli Barnett discuss the industrial base of Britain in the Industry Year 1986.)





Wheelers Dealers - S08E02 Mini Moke part 1/3





The Mini Clan Thistle Run 2010
This is a short film of the 11th annual Thistle Run which was organised by The Mini Clan. The run started at the Scottish Mining Museum in Newtongrange and travelled through the boarders, passing the Whiteadder Reservoir, over the Union Bridge and ending at Eyemouth Harbour. Over 200 Minis and MINIs of all ages and types took part raising money for the chosen charities of the RNLI, Lupus and the Teenage Cancer Trust. The music tracks are 1. Movin 'n' Groovin/Duane Eddy & The Rebels 2. Ramrod/Al Casey 3. Cannonball/Duane Eddy & The Rebels 4. Dance With Me Henry/Chet Atkins 5. Fast Freight/Ritchie Vallens





IMM Mini 50th 2009 Part 4
The forth part of the video footage I took at the IMM Mini 50th anniversary weekend held at Longbridge, near Birmingham on the weekend of the 7th to 11th of August 2009. Over 5000 classic Mini's in attendance! This segment includes a look at the miriad of Mini traders and then onto the highlights from the Wheeler Dealers segement. Lots more classic Mini action to come with a still photo slideshow to finish off what was a truly amazing Mini show! BEST MINI SHOW EVER! Check my blog for 100 or so stills at http://julesburt.posterous.com/ Is your car in this video? Let me know! Please rate and leave a comment! www.julesburt.co.uk





2014 Mini Cooper S Hardtop - WR TV POV Test Drive
This week we've got our hands on the Cooper S with the six-speed manual gearbox, which is connected to a twin-scroll turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine that generates 184 horsepower and 201lb-ft of torque. That combination is enough to get the 2675 pound Cooper S to sixty miles per hour in a scant 6.4 seconds. Starting at $23,600, the Cooper S brings both spirited performance and hints of BMW refinement to the table for relatively little coin. Let's head out for a drive. http://www.windingroad.com/articles/reviews/wr-tv-2014-mini-cooper-s/ Wear headphones! The audio in this video was recorded with in-ear binaural microphones. With headphones or earbuds on, you'll feel like you're actually sitting in the driver's seat. Try it out, it's all part of our goal to create the most realistic POV driving experience possible. If you haven't already, subscribe! We upload new videos every week that give quick insight into what our weekly test cars look, feel, and sound like when they're being driven joyfully. Winding Road Media presents automotive and racing products and information to car enthusiasts. http://www.windingroadracing.com offers products and services for car enthusiasts and racers. Winding Road Magazine is a free weekly online magazine written for the car enthusiast, with an intelligent, entertaining perspective. Visit us at http://www.windingroad.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Winding-Road/18921012131





IMM MIni 50th 2009 Part 5
The fifth and final part of the footage I took at the IMM Mini 50th anniversary weekend held at Longbridge, near Birmingham on the weekend of the 7th to 11th of August 2009. Over 5000 classic Mini's in attendance! This segment contains all my photos from the event! BEST MINI SHOW EVER! Check my blog for 100 or so stills at http://julesburt.posterous.com/ Is your car in this video? Let me know! Please rate and leave a comment! www.julesburt.co.uk





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