Strange Mini conversions.

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Strange Mini conversions.

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A per title, strage conversions :lol:
Very well know for some members.

Kees.

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:roll: Some more.
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Kees,

You have too much time on your hands.

I was looking forward to my lunch, now I feel a bit queasy :)
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:lol: I am very sorry but after looking at those creations you will be 1000% happier with what you have in your garage.

Kees

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Proof that a good design is difficult to improve upon ;) There isn't anything there yet which I'd want to own.....
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:lol: Please feel free to post an picture from something ugly ones I posted over here.

8-)
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I think in life, the questions 'Why?' and 'Are you sure?' are maybe not asked often enough or early enough.

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It should be remembered that it would be a very boring world if we all liked the same thing and many Mini books have celebrated the huge variety of 'creative improvements' to suit all tastes, that have been inflicted on the humble Mini over the years ....However here are a few 'customised' Minis that caught my eye at the Mini 20th Birthday Extravaganza at Donnington back in 1979.

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