My 1380cc Classic Mini
1993 classic mini tahiti, 1275 engine bored out to 1380cc. mods... 1380 with double valve springs. Kent 268 full rally cam. vernier duplex timing kit. lightened fly wheel. oil cooler. 3 core radiator. 1"3/4 single SU. electric fuel pump. 3 branch powerflow manifold and full system. metro front hubs and callipers. drilled and grooved disks. full G-Max adjustable hi-lo kit with heavy duty adjustable tie rods. all polly bush engine mounts. 13x10 deep dish superlights. sports pack arches. Mamba bucket seats. h4 headlights. clear front indicators side repeaters and new clear rear light clusters. 85-90 bhp. built for acceleration!
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Back in 1959, BMC changed Britain's automotive landscape with the unveiling of the original Mini. 54 years on and the little saloon remains as charming and iconic as ever. Graham Reid of the Heritage Garage is the West Coast's top expert on all things Mini. A restorer, customizer, and racer, Reid is a dedicated enthusiast and ardent lover of the UK's most recognizable automobile. There's no one more fitting than he to explain the why's and how's of the Mini's enduring legacy. Be sure to check out our blog at: http://electricfederal.com/ We'll be posting articles on the Mini, its history, the men behind it, and, of course, the Heritage Garage. Speaking of which, check out the Heritage Garage's website at: http://heritagegarage.com/ There you'll everything you need to embark on your own Mini adventure, from parts to restored shells to complete cars. Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Electr...