1967 MK1 Austin Cooper S

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Collarsncuffs
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1967 MK1 Austin Cooper S

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I'm listing this on the forum and car and classic, it's a really solid shell and the only area that lets it down are the arches which have had the lip removed and then poorly seam welded to the inner arch. I'd like to emphasise this hasn't been 'Tubbed' (USA expression for cutting and enlarging the arches) and is really worth coming to see if you're after an original 'S'. There's a lot that comes with it and the subframes are also really solid. I've got loads of photos so please feel free to ask, many thanks.

£18,500

https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1200683
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Aginley
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Re: 1967 MK1 Austin Cooper S

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Does it have correct engine and box? Does it have the interior? Brocade? Speedo?
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Re: 1967 MK1 Austin Cooper S

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“The engine consists of a 1275 ‘S’ thin flange block a 163 head with ‘S’ rockers and the usual ‘S’ running gear. I have no reason to think this is not the original engine block but without the original engine tag I cannot verify this. There are a set of new +0.020” pistons along with various boxes containing new parts such as new bearings, clutch, water pump, push rods, gaskets etc. The gearbox casing has been replaced with a new one 22A1288 but it retains the original remote and diff housing with Hardy Spicer outputs.”

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Re: 1967 MK1 Austin Cooper S

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I would also like to add that it does have the 120 mph speedo, brake servo and oil cooler, the rear brocade seats are included but the base is in very poor condition.

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Re: 1967 MK1 Austin Cooper S

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That looks fantastic :shock:

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