Mark VII was the final version, twin point injection with front-mounted radiator. Full-width dashboard replaces the original shelf, internal bonnet release. Introduction of airbag on driver’s side. The basic Mini was the 1.3i, the other model in the range being the Mini Cooper. The end of production in October 2000 not only signalled the end of original Mini production after 41 years, but also brought about the demise of the 1275cc engine which had powered the Mini and numerous other BL/BMC/ARG cars for more than 30 years.
been extensively restored in 2014 including a full body respray and engine rebuild. Included in the history file are many invoices of previous work carried out as well as a current UK logbook and past Mot certificates. With just 115 believed to still be remaining this is surely a great opportunity to acquire one of the marques most sort after models.