1967 Le Mans Mini Marcos survives, too

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Jeroen Booij
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Re: 1967 Le Mans Mini Marcos survives, too

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Thanks for the comments guys.
By this time I have become a real anorak in this subject since I felt I had to find out how things went, as there were some big question marks. The only way I could think of to do this, was putting all the pictures that I have of the two cars known in a chronological order and see what kind of conclusion could be drawn from there.
Fellow anoraks, take a deep breath:
http://maximummini.blogspot.com/2020/06 ... march.html
http://www.maximummini.blogspot.com
- the definitive Mini is a derivative -

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Re: 1967 Le Mans Mini Marcos survives, too

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DOWNTON Mini is what I like a lot.
Mini 1000 Super de Luxe Mk3 1974 for Downtoning it.
Collecting 60th wooden steeringwheels.

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