Austin Mini, Classic Cars »

1960 Austin Seven 850 MK1 is expected to fetch £30,000 at auction

This super-duper brand new looking 1960 Austin Seven 850 MK1 isn’t recently restored. It has been preserved after the car covered 2,618 miles from new. Yes, it is 2,618 on the odometer, you did not read our article by mistake and we did not type it wrong too. Many 1960 Austin Sevens running on the road today (if they are still running) probably has clocked two rounds on the odometer. It is definitely a rare barn find and Mini enthusiasts don’t need a time machine to go back to 1960 …

Austin Mini, Custom cars »

These Minis are green, but they are green in style

Want to put a new color to your car but don’t know what color to paint? If you love green but get bored with the ordinary British Racing Green, here we have got some really special Minis with different kind of green colors. The first one is nothing but Neil Turner’s Mini painted in Ford Ultimate green. The car is fitted with a set of 13-inch wheels painted in black. Roof and both bumpers are made to look like carbon fiber. Twin tank at the back with Aston style fuel …

Austin Mini »

It’s just half of a Mini

Gary Houston from Newcastle, United Kingdom, has one really exciting Mini. The car is half of an ordinary Austin Mini. What? Just half? Yes, the ordinary Mini is small enough but this mini Mini is one of a kind. Two of these cars only need to pay one parking ticket because they are able to fit into one parking lot.

This mini Mini is painted in metallic yellow. The front looks like an ordinary Austin Mini but the rear seats and roof top have been chopped off. Down there, it was …

MINI, Wallpaper »

Some nice MINI Cooper wallpaper

Today, we have got some really nice MINI Cooper wallpaper to share. It is a red MINI Cooper S and it is an addition to our wallpaper collections. Click on the image to enlarge it.

Note: These photos are taken from James Bowman/Facebook. LIKE it and share it if you love these wallpapers.

Car Engines »

Got an engine block? Turn it into a nice utensil holder then

If you have an engine block that no longer suitable to rebuild, why not turn it into a nice utensil holder in your kitchen? There are many things you can do with used car parts but today we come across this special green utensil holder in kitchen. This image is shared from Ian White’s Facebook. Try to zoom in a little bit and you will see the “1275” label on the engine block. It is a great idea to turn it into a useful thing from this: