Gordon Spice Crystal Palace 1969
A short preview of the www.minifilms.co.uk production of Gordon Spice\s
1969 race at Crystal Palace. Original race footage combined with a new
interview with Gordon make this a must-have for any Mini fan
Swiftune 140bhp Mini with in car footage
Gordon Scott's Swiftune-powered racer.
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'Classic Cars' 1999 (Minis On Men & Motors) Part 2
The Mini Cooper, John Rhodes, Warwick Banks And Phil Short (plus the 'Top
10 Cars Of The Century') Feature On The Final Episode Of The 'Classic Cars'
Motoring TV Programme, First Shown On 'Men & Motors' Back In 1999 (Part
Classic Mini - Review 2013
Here is a brand new video reviewing one of the most legendary cars in
british history, the Classic Mini! Filmed around the West Midlands and
Staffordshire, the video summarises the cars performance and we bring it
back to it's roots as well as it's hometown, Birmingham!
Hope you enjoy the video and any feedback would be appreciated!
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With thanks to Craig Ludgate and Calum Wilkes.
This is a non-profit making production, purely a personal project.
WE DO NOT HOLD ANY OF THE RIGHTS TO FOOTAGE OF THE ISETTA BUBBLE CAR, JOHN
COOPER OR OLD FOOTAGE OF THE MINI USED IN THIS VIDEO.
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
Richard Hammond Reviews The Iconic 1959 Mini Cooper
Richard Hammond reviews the iconic 1959 Mini Cooper and takes it for a spin
as he tries to reacquaint himself with the British classic. With the
introduction of the new Mini, Richard wonders if it can ever recapture the
nostalgia and magic the original versions have.