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General Chat with an emphasis on BMC Minis & Other iconic cars of the 1960's. Includes information on MK1 Action days.
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Loving all the great photos! It’s giving me a chance to reminisce about all my minis I’ve owned over the years. Here is my 69 pup I had for a short while.
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Some years back...
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Early 70s , Me kicking my heals up , Bomber car racing :D .
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My daily driver from 2003 to 2006 - the only Mini I've owned on anything over 10'' wheels and it was decidedly twitchy on those big 13s....
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This rekindled my interest in Minis after 40years! complete restoration job.

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My Morris Mini Mk1 850 1967, bought in the early 80th and sold it some years later.
Unfortunatuly it was distroyed in a barn fire with several other classic cars.

:( Kees.
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My old '64 on the roads we used on the Mk1 tour the other year

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And what fun it was too!

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Funny to see your old numberplate there Kees, a friend of mine built a Peel Viking Sport from a scrap 850 with 88-49-EP. I think Jeroen Booij wrote about it on here.
Of course I know what a dipstick is, you get called something often enough you look it up!
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Yes that's a well know Peel Viking by now.

I bought the mk1 for FL 200,= guilders in the early
80th from an old lady in Loosdrecht. Here husband did repair the rust hols with the outside from an refrigerator.
He made a measure from de hole and cut it a bit larger out the metal. He than drilled holes around it and put rivets in it, than some primer to cover the white colour from the fridge.

😅🤣
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