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We guarantee you never see these Minis before

A blue Mini Pickup with a unique and rare parts on it, can you spot it?

This engine is definitely a crazy one!

What is crazy isn’t the customized body, look deeply under the car hood. Can’t see it clearly? Nevermind, see the next photo.

It’s Cosworth

11 and 177, here we go!

Austin Mini, Car Accidents »

Mini photos of the day: Clubman on fire

It’s always sad to share this kind of photo. A Mini Clubman was killed in an accident. As you can see from the photo, the car is on fire and it left nothing but rust by the time firemen put off the fire. Sad, one more Mini has just deleted from the surface of earth. The Mini Clubman was produced by British Leyland from 1969 to 1980 and it was made available in 1,098 cc and 998 cc engine. Now one among the thousands that built from 1969-1980 has gone.

Austin Mini, MINI »

Holy Crap! That’s a lot of Minis

How many Minis are on the train? Please count… At least it has more than 50 Minis on that long long train. Blue, yellow, red, black, grey, white, and green… Any color you can name, it is on that long train. What a great gathering day for all the BMW MINI owners. It must be fun!

This Mini garage was spotted in the United Kingdom. A man, or probably a woman, must be a great fan of the classic Mini that he or she can’t stop herself from being a Mini …

Austin Mini, Custom cars »

Mini with special body color that blinks

Photo share from Henry Cox/Facebook
If you are rebuilding your Mini and have no idea about body color, perhaps a 3K pearl paint with special effect? It is unique, special, and it blinks. That’s Mini!

Austin Mini, Mini Cooper »

1972 MKIII Mini Cooper S

A member of Malaysiaminilover, Raymond, has shared us his 1972 Mini Cooper S MKIII. The car is painted in green with standard exterior accessories including stainless steel side mirror, chrome wiper, and Minilite wheels. Under the hood, it is the most sought-after 1275cc Cooper S engine. Raymond paired the engine with twin SU carburetor. The Cooper S achieves an unimaginable record from 0 to 60 mph in less than 11 seconds. Fuel consumption? It won’t be high for a Mini.

Engine bay – 1972 Mini Cooper S

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Rusty Mini sold at auction for £40,250

The fourth oldest surviving unrestored Mini is sold today at The Royal Airforce Museum in London. The rusty Mini fetches £40,250 which is two times more than expected. Previously, it is expected to fetch £15,000 and many opinions said that it is ridiculous. Now, the sealed price is even preposterous at forty thousand sterling pounds; that is $65,382 USD. The rusty oldest surviving Mini has definitely set a new record for “Most expensive rusty junk Mini ever” and there won’t be the second one.
According to the news from England, the …