1959 Austin Mini Seven at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu
In 1957 BMC commissioned Alec Issigonis to design a new small car,
following his success with the Morris Minor. Popularly known as the Mini,
this innovative model popularised many design features still common today.
As part of the Heritage100 museum project, this car was chosen by Claire
Gregory (Property Assistant at Beaulieu) as her favourite object on
exhibition in the National Motor Museum. Claire in the video explains why
this museum object is significant to her and shares her memories of such a
This car has been chosen to become one of the 100 fascinating museum
objects featured on the Heritage100 website. The Heritage100 website
highlights interesting and quirky items from museums and archives across
Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
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Sarah's Mini - How to restore a classic Mini
Part one of work that went into rebuilding sarah's mini. a 1986 mini
mayfair, that now has ,any trick new parts, adjustable height suspension,
adjustable shocks, angel eye halogen headlamps and a 1275cc motor to move
Morris MIni Mk 1 - For Sale
Selling a 1962 Morris Mini 850. carsales.com Link:
Driving a Mini Minor model 1960
1960 Mini Minor. almost fully restored. some parts (like the horn) are on
their way. it's for sale.
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MK1 Morris Mini Minor. Restored. 1964 Model.
An old hobby of mine, This classic 1964 Mini I restored during my
apprenticeship years as a challenge. I am glad I saved this car from the
scrapheap, unaware as I was of its age and rarity at the time.
If I knew I would have taken it back to its original state. Still I am
happy with the outcome and one could argue that all the work is reversible
in that it could be re-done to make the car as it was from the factory.
I am not an expert. I do not work with cars, I work in Engineering but I
learned slowly as I went along. First MOT was a long fail list, but I went
back and spent a few months putting everything right. Took advice and won
out in the end ;-)
All the best....
Building a baby Austin7 MK1 Mini - PART 2/2, BMC, Longbridge
PART 2 - A very early BMC film of the original Mini being built from Start
to finish at the Austin Factory, Longbridge - happy times. Sadly, most of
the factory has recently been demolished. The Mini production assembly
remained virtually unchanged for 40 years