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Posted by : ed_minizaѹ/ : 24/5/2551 14:46:08
Mini Chassis/VIN Numbers and Commission Numbers 1959 - 1980 The information used to compile the following was taken from factory service parts lists and factory microfiche. Under close scrutiny, there appears to be some conflicts and mistakes in the factory number schemes, but, for the most part, the listings are accurate enough for car identification. Please note that the Chassis (VIN) number and the Commission number are only one indication of the actual model and date of the car. The Chassis number plate is easily duplicated, especially on early cars, and it is not unusual for later cars not meeting US DOT and EPA standards to have earlier Chassis number plates attached to them to get them into the US illegally. Also, Chassis number plates have been known to be faked to turn a less valuable car into a more valuable one; e.g., a standard Saloon into a Cooper or Cooper S. Part I: 1959 - 1980 1959 Through September 1969 English Built The general format for these early cars is: A-A2S7L-###A First position (A in the above example): A = Austin (other than Cooper and S) C = Austin Cooper or Austin Cooper S K = Morris Cooper or Cooper S M =Morris R = Riley W = Wolseley Second position (also A in the above example): = A series engine. Any standard Mini engine for the period: 848cc 970cc Cooper S 997cc Cooper 998cc Cooper and non-Cooper 1071cc Cooper S 1275cc Cooper S Third position(s) (2S in the above example): = Body type: 2S = 2-door saloon/sedan. Caution: bureaucratic bungles often interpret this as 25 (twenty-five) B = Moke (Buckboard!) U = Pick-up. Caution: U and V can be mistaken one for the other. V = Panel van. Caution: U and V can be mistaken one for the other. W = Estate (with or without wood). Officially, Dual-purpose Fourth position (7 in the above example): = Series of Austin, or Morris, etc.: 1 = Mk I Riley Elf, Wolseley Hornet, and Austin/Morris Moke 2 = Mk II Riley Elf or Wolseley Hornet 3 = Mk III Riley Elf or Wolseley Hornet 4 = Mk I Morris 6 = Mk II Morris 7 = Mk I Austin B = Mk II Austin Fifth position (L in the above example): D = De-Luxe. L = Left hand drive. Right hand drive was not designated S = Super De-Luxe Number positions (### in the above example): = The sequential build number: The first car at Longbridge was number 101, as was the first at Cowley. From then on, each factory continued with their own number sequence regardless of the model; e.g., Saloon, Van, etc. In other words, each model did not start at 101 and maintain its own sequence. Saloons and Vans, etc., are mixed in the number sequence along with the Cooper and Cooper S models. The number sequence was into seven digits, #######, by the end of September 1969. Last position (A in the above example): = Assembly plant. Officially, Internal Use Only This seems to be used inconsistently on English built cars and it is understood that the car was built at the normal factory if the letter is left off; e.g., an Austin, Riley or Wolseley at Longbridge may or may not have an A after the sequence number. Yes, there were Austin Minis built at the Morris plant in Cowley and Morris Minis built at the Austin plant in Longbridge. Note that all English built Cooper and Cooper S models (Austin and Morris) as well as Riley Elf and Wolseley Hornet models were built at the Longbridge, Austin plant. A = Longbridge M = Cowley Examples: A-A2S7-123456 (or A-A2S7-123456A) A right hand drive, Mk I, Austin Mini Saloon built at Longbridge M-A2S6-1234567 (or M-A2S6-1234567M) A right hand drive, Mk II, Morris Mini Saloon built at Cowley C-A2S7L-123456 A left hand drive, Mk I, Austin Cooper or Cooper S R-A2S2-123456 A right hand drive, Mk II, Riley Elf A-AB1L-123456 A left hand drive, Austin Moke M-AU4-123456 A right hand drive, Mk I Morris Pick-up October 1969 to 1974 Model Year English Built During the previous months leading up to the cars in this time period, a Commission Number was introduced to go along with the Chassis Number/VIN. Both are helpful in identifying a car. CHASSIS NUMBER/VIN The general format for the Chassis Number/VIN for these cars is: X-A2S1N-XXX-A VIN, First Position (X in the above example): This is simply dismissed by the factory as non significant! VIN, Second Position (A in the above example): = Engine type 848cc 998 1275cc Cooper S and 1275 GT VIN, Third Position (2S in the above example): = Body type 2S = 2-door saloon/sedan. (Except Mk III Copper S and 1275GT) Caution: bureaucratic bungles often interpret this as 25 (twenty-five) 2W = Estate (2 Door Dual Purpose) D = 2 door saloon (Mk III Cooper S and 1275GT only) U = Pick-up. Caution: U and V can be mistaken one for the other. V = Panel van. Caution: U and V can be mistaken one for the other. VIN, Fourth Position (1N in the above example): [Blank] = Mini 850. Produced only in the round nose style 1 = Round nose, traditional Mini body style. Includes: Mini 1000, Mk III Cooper S, Van, and Pick-up. 2 = Clubman, square nose style. Includes: Clubman saloon, Clubman Estate, and 1275GT. VIN, Fifth Position (N in the above example): N = Mini 1000 VIN, Number positions (### in the above example): = The sequential build number: Unlike the earlier cars, each type started with number 101; e.g., the first Mini 850 in this range started with 101 as did the first Mini 1000, the first Mk III Cooper S, etc. VIN, Last position (A in the above example): = Assembly plant. Officially, Internal Use Only If used at all, this would be A for English built cars. All English built Minis were now being built at Longbridge. A = Longbridge Commission Number The general format for the Commission Number is: N20S-XXX Commission Number, First Positions (N20S in the above example): = Car type 20U = Pick-up 20V = Van 20W = Clubman Estate D20S = Mini 850 N20D = Mk III Cooper S N20S = Mini 1000 S20D = 1275GT S20S = Clubman Commission Number positions (### in the above example): Sequential number starting at 101 for each car type. 1974 Model Year To 1980 Model Year English Built VIN The general format for the VIN for these cars is: X-K2S1N-XXX-A VIN, First Position (X in the above example): This is simply dismissed by the factory as non significant! VIN, Second Position (K in the above example): = Engine type A = [Unknown if this was used. If so, it indicated any of the A series engines still in production at that time] C = 1098cc E = 1275cc K = 848cc L = 998cc VIN, Third Position (2S in the above example): = Body type 2D: The factory microfiche does not list a designator for the 1275GT. This would imply there wasnt one; however, it is likely the 2D designator was still used. The microfiche shows 2D used for the 1980 model year. If no designator is listed, the Commission number must be used to identify the 1275GT. 2S = 2-door saloon/sedan. (Except 1275GT) Caution: bureaucratic bungles often interpret this as 25 (twenty-five) 2W = Estate (2 Door Dual Purpose) U = Pick-up. Caution: U and V can be mistaken one for the other. V = Panel van. Caution: U and V can be mistaken one for the other. VIN, Fourth Position (1 in the above example): 1 = Round nose, traditional Mini body style. Includes: Mini 850, Mini 850 City, Mini 850 Special Deluxe, Mini 1000, Van (848cc and 998cc), Mini Special 1098cc, and Pick-up (850cc and 998cc). 2 = Clubman, square nose style. Includes: Clubman Saloon (998cc Automatic and 1098cc Manual), Clubman Estate (998cc Automatic and 1098cc Manual), and 1275GT. VIN, Fifth Position (N in the above example): N = Special Deluxe (Except for North America). Includes the Mini 850 Special Deluxe, the Mini 1000, and the Mini Special 1098cc. North America: A = 1970 B = 1971 C = 1972 D = 1973 E = 1974 F = 1975 G = 1976 H = 1977 J = 1978 L = 1979 VIN, Number positions (### in the above example): = The sequential build number: Each type of car (with one exception) started with number 101; e.g., the first Mini 850 in this range started with 101 as did the first Mini 1000, the first 1275GT, etc. The factory records list one exception: the export Mini Special 1098cc. The starting number, for some reason, is listed as 1012011 VIN, Last position (A in the above example): = Assembly plant. Officially, Internal Use Only If used at all, this would be A for English built cars. A = Longbridge COMMISSION NUMBER The general format for the Commission Number is: N20S-XXX Commission Number, First Positions (N20S in the above example): = Car type 20U = Pick-up 20V = Van 20W = Clubman Estate B20S = Mini City D20S = Mini 850 J20S = Mini 1100 Special (UK only) N20S = Mini 1000 S20D = 1275GT S20S = Clubman T20S = Mini 850 Super Commission Number positions (### in the above example): Starting numbers are as follows: 20U = 13205L 20V = 84679L 20W = 77031A B20S = 101 D20S = 83622L J20S = 101 N20S = 20531L and 230547A S20D = 19416A S20S = 104632A T20S = 101 Note that there is no listed explanation for the A and L endings. If these are intended to be the same as used for VIN numbers, the A would be Longbridge. Literature has suggested that L = Morocco! This has not been confirmed from factory microfiche
Posted by :ed_miniza
ѹ/ :21/3/2551 14:57:40
[b] Mini Chassis/VIN Numbers and Commission Numbers 1980 - 2000 [/b] The information used to compile the following was taken from factory service parts lists, factory microfiche, and factory CDs. Under close scrutiny, there appears to be some conflicts and mistakes in the factory number schemes, but, for the most part, the listings are accurate enough for car identification. Please note that the Chassis (VIN) number and the Commission number are only one indication of the actual model and date of the car. The Chassis number plate is easily duplicated, especially on early cars, and it is not unusual for later cars not meeting US DOT and EPA standards to have earlier Chassis number plates attached to them to get them into the US illegally. Also, Chassis number plates have been known to be faked to turn a less valuable car into a more valuable one; e.g., a standard Saloon into a Cooper or Cooper S. Please scroll down to view relevant sections. Oct 1980 to Nov 1985 English Built VIN Note that the VIN plate for these cars is likely marked, Austin Rover Group LTD It is possible that the dating in the factory microfiche is incorrect and the change date is October 1984, not 1985. Major changes were made by October 1984 (for instance, 8.4 brakes and 12 wheels became standard). The general format for the VIN for these cars is: SAX-X-K2S1N-XXX-A VIN, First Three Positions (SAX in the above example): This is the World Make Identifier. The factory microfiche indicates this was started on these cars in Feb 1981. SAX = MG-Rover VIN, Fourth Position (X in the above example): This is simply dismissed by the factory as non significant! VIN, Fifth Position (K in the above example): = Engine type C = 1098cc K = 848cc L = 998cc VIN, Sixth (and Seventh) Position (2S in the above example):= Body type 2S = 2-door saloon/sedan. Caution: bureaucratic bungles often interpret this as 25 (twenty-five) 2W = Estate (2 Door Dual Purpose) G = P.O. Mail Van U = Pick-up. Caution: U and V can be mistaken one for the other. V = Panel van. Caution: U and V can be mistaken one for the other. VIN, Eighth Position (1 in the above example): = Series of model 1 = Round nose, traditional Mini body style. 2 = Clubman, square nose style. VIN, Ninth Position (N in the above example): = Specification N = HL, Special, HLE, or Mayfair R = Mini 25 S = Mayfair (LHD France only) VIN, Number positions (### in the above example): = The sequential build number: Build numbers are not listed. It is suspected that they carry on with the numbers from the previous series of cars; i.e., numbers were not started from 101, again. VIN, Last position (A in the above example): = Assembly plant. Officially, Internal Use Only If used at all, this would be A for English built cars. A = Longbridge Nov 1985 to Circa 1990?? English Built VIN Note that the VIN plate for these cars is likely marked, Austin Rover Group LTD It is possible that the start date is really November 1984, not 1985 as stated in the factory microfiche.The general format for the VIN for these cars is: SAX-X-L2S1N20-XXX-A VIN, First Three Positions (SAX in the above example) This is the World Make Identifier. SAX = MG-Rover VIN, Fourth Position (X in the above example): This is simply dismissed by the factory as non significant! VIN, Fifth Position (L in the above example): = Engine type L = 998cc VIN, Sixth (and Seventh) Position (2S in the above example): = Body type 2S = 2-door saloon/sedan. Caution: bureaucratic bungles often interpret this as 25 (twenty-five) VIN, Eighth Position (1 in the above example): = Series of body 1 = Round nose, traditional Mini body style. VIN, Ninth Position (N in the above example): = Class N = HLE, Mayfair (RHD) O = E, City E S = Mayfair (LHD) VIN, Tenth Position (2 in the above example): = Model year 2 = 1984 on (This conflicts with the microfiche indicating this position was used starting in November 1985.) VIN, Eleventh Position (0 in the above example): = Steering 0 = RHD 1 = LHD VIN, Number positions (### in the above example): = The sequential build number: Build numbers are not listed. It is suspected that they carry on with the numbers from the previous series of cars; i.e., numbers were not started from 101, again. VIN, Last position (A in the above example): = Assembly plant. Officially, Internal Use Only If used at all, this would be A for English built cars. A = Longbridge 1990 XN-----010001 On (1300cc cars only) English Built VIN The general format for the VIN for these cars is: SAX-XN-N-A-Y-B-B-D-###### VIN, First Three Positions (SAX in the above example) = World Make Identifier. SAX = MG-Rover VIN, Fourth and Fifth Positions (XN in the above example): XN = Mini 1300 VIN, Sixth Position (N in the above example): = Class N = Sport, Cooper, Cabriolet V = Kensington W = HLS, Mayfair Y = City, Sprite VIN, Seventh Position (A in the above example): = Body type A = 2-door saloon/sedan. B = Cabriolet VIN, Eighth Position (Y in the above example): = Engine D = 1300 Carb M = 1300 Carb X = 1300 SPi (standard compression ratio, 9.4:1) Y = 1300 SPi (high compression ratio, 10.1:1) Z = 1300 MPi (high compression ratio, 10.1:1) VIN, Ninth Position (B in the above example): = RHD/LHD, Transmission type, Final Drive B = RHD, Manual, 3.105 C = RHD, Manual, 3.21 E = RHD, Manual, 2.76 K = RHD, Automatic M = LHD, Manual, 3.105 N = LHD, Manual, 3.21 R = LHD, Manual, 2.76 Y = LHD, Automatic VIN, Tenth Position (B in the above example): = Model Change A = 1300 Special Edition B = 1300 VIN, Eleventh Position (D in the above example): = Assembly Plant D = Longbridge VIN, Number positions (###### in the above example): = The sequential build number: Starting with 010001
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ѹ/ :21/3/2551 15:11:23
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[b] mini time line [/b] Please see the Notes and Sources listed at the end of the article. 1906 Alex Issigonis born in Smyrna, Turkey. 1923 July John Newton Cooper born. 1955 Alex Issigonis asked by Leonard Lord to go to work in the BMC design headquarters as Chief Engineer. 1956 September Nasser closes the Suez Canal, the main route for oil to the West. ìBubbleî cars are born in response to scarce fuel. 1957 March Leonard Lord, in reaction to the Bubble Cars, gives the OK for the Mini project, code named ADO 15, and early on referred to as the Austin Newmarket. 1958 July Leonard Lord takes a short drive in one of the Mini prototypes and gives the OK for the car, saying he wants it in production in 12 months. 1959 March The Morris Mini Minor later to be known as the first one built (621 AOK) comes off the ìpreî-production line. May Actual production starts. August Austin Seven and Morris Mini Minor in Basic and De-Luxe versions go on sale, August 26th. Basic, 500UKP. De-Luxe (the most popular), 537UKP. The Morris was available in Red, White, or Blue. The Austin in Red, Grey or Blue. The De-Luxe versions had such extras as carpets instead of rubber mats, passenger adjustable seat, opening rear side windows, bumper overriders, full width wheel trims and a heater! September First works Mini in an international event driven by Marcus Chambers. Viking Rally. YOP 663. 51st overall. Misc. 19,749 produced. 1960 January Van goes on sale. Longer by 9 5/8î. Wheelbase 4î longer. 6-gallon (UK) fuel tank under the rear floor. Longer rear suspension trumpets, spare wheel and battery behind the front seats under the leading edge of the load floor. Passenger seat and rear view mirror were extra cost options! April First international class win for a works Mini: Don Morley on the Geneva Rally, 618 AOG. June Australian assembled CKD Minis tested. September/October Countryman (Austin) and Traveller (Morris) Estate cars (with wood) go on sale. Same ìlongî wheelbase and length as the Van. Unlike the Morris Minor Traveller, the Miniís wood was non-structural. Because of trim levels, the Estates weighted over 120 pounds more than the Van and over 160 pounds more than the saloon. Initially, the gas tank was located inside the car in roughly the same position as a saloon tank (although it was of a different shape). Misc. 116,677 produced. Total to date, 136,426. 1961 January Pickup goes on sale. Longer than the Van by about 5/8î and using the same ìlongî wheelbase. Weight 34 pounds more than the saloon and 8 less than the Van. Australian Mini production starts. March Australian Morris 850 goes on sale for $1,550AUS. June Austin 850 and Morris Mini Minor (Standard and de Luxe) are on sale in South Africa. (The exact starting has not been determined at this time.) July 997 Cooper shows itself at a press release. September Super version goes on sale. The same body and exterior specifications as the soon-to-be-sold Mini Cooper; except, the grilles were unique to the model. The power unit and brakes remained 850 Mini with the exception of the introduction of the 16-blade fan. October 997 Cooper goes on sale. By stroking the 848 and reducing the bore slightly, 997cc was achieved. The long stroke engine with a good cam, twin HS2 carbs, and other modifications produced 62% more horsepower (55) than the 848. A remote gear change was added and 7î disc brakes were fitted. Riley Elf and Wolseley Hornet go on sale. Mechanically the same as the Austin/Morris. Same wheelbase as the saloon. With the extended boot they were 8.5î longer than the saloon and just shorter than the Van and Estates. Weight for the Elf was 114 pounds more than the standard saloon with the Hornet a little less. Extended boot and traditional Riley/Wolseley grille. Full width wood dash in the Elf and center pod wood dash in the Hornet. Leather faced seats (not on all cars). Different bumpers and exterior trim. Whitewall tires optional! Misc. 157,059 produced. Total to date, 293,485. 1962 January Austin Seven name changed to Austin Mini. Austin 850 Countryman and Morris Mini Traveller go on sale in South Africa. May First outright international win for a works Mini: Pat Moss on the Tulip Rally in a 997 Cooper, 737 ABL. June Austin/Morris Mini Cooper (997) go on sale in South Africa. September First overall, Baden-Baden Rally, Pat Moss, 737 ABL. October De-Luxe and Super models dropped. Replaced by Super De-Luxe. Generally regarded as a step back from the Super model in trim level. Countryman and Traveller offered for sale without wood. Australian 997 goes on sale. November Riley Elf and Wolseley Hornet Mk I discontinued. Mk IIs go on sale. 998 engine. Twin-leading shoe brakes. Leather trim standard. Bumper overriders standard. (Total production of Mk I: Elf, 3,522; Hornet, 3,166) Misc. John Love wins the British Saloon Car Championship driving for the Cooper Car Company. 216,087 produced. Total to date, 509,572. 1963 January The Austin versions show up in South African sales literature as Austin Minis and no longer as Austin 850s. Also, the de Luxe name is replaced by Super. March The Cooper S goes on sale in 1071cc form. Horsepower from the first of the ìbig boreî engines was up from the Cooperís 55 to 70. The engine was strengthened in a number of ways and the brakes (with servo) went to 7.5î diameter. Optional wheels at 4.5î wide were offered. Externally, there were very few clues to differentiate the new Cooper S from the Cooper. Misc. Rob Slotemaker wins the 1300cc class in the European Championship driving for Downton Engineering. 236,713 produced. Total to date, 746,285. 1964 January 997 Cooper replaced by 998 version. (Total 997 Cooper production: approx 24,900 split evenly between Austin and Morris.) The 998cc engine is a performance version of the engine first introduced in the Mk II Elf and Hornet. Brakes are improved over the 997ís, but, at 7î diameter, are not as good as the Cooper Sís. Mini Moke production starts at Longbridge. One can have any color one wants as long as it is Spruce Green. Same mechanicals and wheelbase as the saloon. ºî shorter. Supplied with driverís seat. Other seats, optional, as were side screens and a heater. Australian 997 replaced with the 998. (ìEarlyî in the year.) (Total 997 production: approx. 2,800) Hopkirk wins the Monte Carlo Rally in a 1071 Cooper S, 33 EJB. February Australian Van introduced. March 970 and 1275 Cooper S go on sale. The 1275 was introduced just before the 970. With its 76bhp it was almost twice as fast to 60 mph as the Cooper and could reach 100 mphÖwith a little tail wind. The 970 was down a bit on horsepower (65) and a lot down on torque but was a very smooth, high revving engine. April Makinen wins the Tulip Rally in a 1275, AJB 66B. July The Mini Cooper S (1071) goes on sale in South Africa. Note: the Cooper S versions of the Minis were not produced in South Africa but were CKD from England and assembled in South Africa. Minor changes in specification from the English cars were incorporated during assembly. August 1071 Cooper S dropped. (Total production: approx. Austin, 2,100; Morris, 1,500) September Clutch changed to diaphragm spring. Hydrolastic suspension starts (saloons only). It was not fitted to other models during Mini production. Twin leading shoe brakes start on Austin/Morris as previously introduced on the Mk II Elf and Hornet. Misc. Australian 998 Cooper production ends. (Probably, December) (Total production: approx. 1,100) Issigonis elected a Royal Designer for Industry and awarded the CBE. Warwick Banks takes 1st overall and 1st in the 1000cc class in the European Championship driving for Tyrrell. John Fitzpatrick takes 1st in the 1300cc class in the British Saloon Car Championship driving for the Cooper Car Company. The Austin/Morris Panel Van shows up in the sales literature. Start date unknown. 244,359 produced. Total to date, 990,644. 1965 January Makinen wins the Monte Carlo Rally in AJB 44B. Considered one of the greatest rally drives ever. March Australian Mini Deluxe (998) introduced. Hopkirk wins the Circuit of Ireland in CRX 89B. May Australian Van production changes to roll-up windows. June Australian Minis get roll-up windows in more models. Aaltonen wins the Geneva Rally in EBL 55C. July Aaltonen wins the Czech Rally in EJB 55C. Aaltonen wins the Polish Rally in CRX 89B. August Makinen wins the 1000 Lakes Rally in AJB 33B. September Australian Cooper S Mk I 1275 goes on sale for $2,280AUS including tax. Roll-up, quarter light windows and exterior hinged doors. October Automatic gearbox introduced. Australian Minis get roll-up windows across the line. Aaltonen wins the Munich-Vienna-Budapest Rally in CRX 89B. November Reclining seat option offered on Cooper and Cooper S. The Italian-built Innocenti Mini 850 introduced. Aaltonen wins the RAC Rally in DJB 93B. The South African Mini 1000 is announced with the 998 and hydrolastic suspension. Misc. Aaltonen wins the European Rally Championship. John Rhodes wins the 1300cc class in the British Saloon Car Championship driving for the Cooper Car Company. Warwick Banks takes 1st in the 1000cc class in the British Saloon Car Championship driving for the Cooper Car Company. The Mini Cooper S (1275) goes on sale in South Africa (probably October). 221,074 produced. Total to date, 1,211,718. 1966 January Oil cooler and twin tanks made standard on Cooper S. Makinen, Aaltonen, and Hopkirk take 1st, 2nd, and 3rd at the Monte Carlo Rally before being disqualified on a non-performance related technicality. GRX 555D, GRX 55D and GRX5D. February Moke Mk I goes on sale in Australia. March Innocenti Mini Cooper (998cc) available. April ìHarderî hydrolastic units start in Cooper S. Fall wins the Circuit of Ireland in DJB 92B. Aaltonen wins the Tulip Rally in GRX 310D. May Hopkirk wins the Austrian Alpine Rally in DJB 93B. June Fall wins the Scottish Rally in DJB 93B. July Aaltonen wins the Czech Rally in JBL 494D. August Fall wins the Polish Rally in GRX 309D in 970 S form. Makinen wins the 1000 Lakes Rally in JBL 493D. October Riley Elf and Wolseley Hornet Mk II discontinued. Mk IIIs go on sale. Roll-up windows. Flow through ventilation. Cooper-type remote shift. Over time the Elf/Hornet adopt more standard Mini Mk II characteristics but retain the small rear window. (Total production of Mk II: Elf, 17,816; Hornet, 16,785) Makinen wins the Munich-Vienna-Budapest Rally in HJB 656D. Misc. Mokes available in white instead of just Spruce Green. (Mid-1966) John Rhodes wins the 1300cc class in the British Saloon Car Championship driving for the Cooper Car Company. 213,694 produced. Total to date, 1,425,412. 1967 January Aaltonen wins the Monte Carlo Rally in LBL 6D. March Hopkirk wins the Circuit of Ireland in GRX 5D. Hopkirk is 1st in Class in the Sebring 3 Hour Race in GRX 309D. May Hopkirk wins the Acropolis Rally in LRX 830E. June Fall wins the Geneva Rally in LRX 827E. August Makinen wins the 1000 Lakes Rally in GRX 195D. Fall, Vernaeve, and Hedges take 1st in class at the 84 Hour Marathon. September Hopkirk wins the Alpine Rally in LRX 827E. The Wolseley 1000 goes on sale in South Africa. Powered by the 998, it combined the standard saloon rear with the Hornet front. October Mk I Austin/Morris saloon models discontinued. Mk II models go on sale. Super De-Luxe saloon starts with 998cc. (Total production: Morris Mk I 850 saloon, approx. 510,000; Austin Mk I 850 saloon, approx. 435,500; Austin Mk I 998 Cooper, approx. 18,000; Morris Mk I 998 Cooper, approx. 23,500; Austin Cooper S 1275, approx. 6,400, Morris Cooper S 1275, approx. 8,200) Austin Countryman and Morris Traveller Mk I discontinued. Mk IIs start (with and without wood) with 998cc engine. (Total production Mk I: Austin, approx. 85,500; Morris, approx. 75,500) 998 offered as an option on Van and Pickup. Mokes adopt some of the MK II features; although, they were not sold under a Mk II name. Authi 1275C available. Australian Mini becomes available with 998. Misc. Automatic transmission finally available on the Elf/Hornet. John Rhodes wins the 1300cc class in the British Saloon Car Championship driving for the Cooper Car Company. 237,227 produced. Total to date, 1,662,639. 1968 January Australian Mini Deluxe Auto Mark I launched. Although taking 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in class and winning the Manufacturersí Team Prize, the Monte Carlo win streak is ended. The Minis were 3rd, 4th, and 5th overall. ORX 7F, ORX 707F, ORX 777F. March Innocenti Mini Cooper (Mk I) production stops. (Total production: approx. 6,500 ñ 8,500) Running changes made to the Innocenti Mini Cooper to upgrade the Mk I to Mk II (March ñ September) (Total production: approx. 2,500) August All synchro gearbox starts. Australian Mini Deluxe Auto Mark I productions stops. September Australian Mini Deluxe Auto Mk II introduced. Innocenti Mini Cooper Mk II available. October Moke production in England stops. (Total English production: 14,518; Austin 5,422; Morris, 9,096) Misc. John Rhodes wins the 1300cc class in the British Saloon Car Championship driving for the Cooper Car Company. John Rhodes takes 1st in the 1300cc class in the European Championship driving for the Cooper Car Company. Gordon Spice takes 1st in the 1000cc class in the British Saloon Car Championship driving for Arden. John Handley takes 1st overall and 1st in the 1000cc class in the European Championship driving for British Vita. The Austin and Morris Mini 1000 Mk. 2 go on sale in South Africa. (Probably November.) The exterior is much like the English Mk II with the changed grille, etc. There are four models: Mini 1000, Mini 1000 de Luxe (with a remote gear shift and vent-wing wind up windows), the Mini 1000 ìSî, and the Mini 1000 Station Wagon. 246,066 produced. Total to date, 1,908,705. 1969 January All synchro gearbox available on the Innocenti Mini Cooper Mk II. All synchro gearbox available on the Australian Cooper S Mk I. March Australian Mini Deluxe Mark I production stops. Australian Mini Deluxe Mark II K (known as the Mini K) was shown. $1,780AUS.(with 1098) April Authi 1000S (Standard) and 1000E (Especial) introduced. Australian Cooper S Mk I production stops. (Total production: approx. 5,000) Australian Moke gets the 1098 and 13î wheels. May Australian Moke Mk II in production. Australian Mk II Cooper S introduced at $2,385AUS. July British Leyland buys 51% of Authi. August Riley Elf and Wolseley Hornet discontinued. (Total production: Elf, 30,912; Hornet 28,455; Mk III Elf, 9,574; Mk III Hornet, 8,504) The South African Wolseley 1000 is discontinued. Approximately 450 were produced. September Hopkirk takes 1st in class at the Tour de France in OBL 45F. October Mk II models discontinued. Mk III models go on sale, badged as Mini rather than Austin and Morris (in most markets). ADO 20, with roll-up windows and negative earth. (Total production: Austin Mk II 850/1000 saloon 154,000; Morris Mk II 850/1000 saloon, 206,000; Austin Cooper S Mk II, 2,400; Morris Cooper S Mk II, 5,300; Austin Van from the start of production, approx. 174,500; Morris Van from the start of production, approx. 155,000; Austin Pick-up from the start of production, approx. 18,000, Morris Pick-up from the start of production, approx. 13,500) Mk II Super De-Luxe Saloon replaced by Mini 1000. Mk II Countryman and Traveller discontinued. (Total Mk II production: Austin, 22,500; Morris, approx. 23,500) Clubman Saloon and Estate start. Both feature the ìsquare noseî look. The Estate is not available with wood sides but has a fake wood decal running the length of the car. 1275 GT starts. Hydrolastic dropped on all but Cooper S and 1275GT. Rhodes and Handley are 1st and 2nd at the Salzburgring in LBL 666D and LRX 827E. November Mini Cooper discontinued. (Total 997 & 998 Cooper production: approx. 100,100. Total 998 Mk II Cooper production: Austin, 9,900; Morris, 21,800) Misc. Issigonis awarded Knighthood for services to automotive engineering. Alex Poole takes 1st overall and 1st in the 1000cc class in the British Saloon Car Championship driving for Arden. The Mini 1000 Mk 3 goes on sale in South Africa. This car features the round nose style of the English Mk III but has the tail of the Elf and Hornet. 254,957 produced. Total to date, 2,163,662. 1970 February Innocenti Mini Cooper Mk II production stops. (Total production unknown.) Innocenti Mini Cooper Mk III available. Authi 850cc model available. November Innocenti Mini Cooper gets opening quarter light door windows. Misc. The last works Mini drive; Brian Culcheth, 4th overall on the 1970 Rally of the Hills in Australia driving RJB 327F. 278,905 produced. Total to date, 2,442,567. 1971 January Authi 1275GT introduced (used standard body shell, not clubman like the English 1275GT) June Hydrolastic dropped from 1275GT. July Cooper S discontinued. (Total production: 45,442. Mk III, 1,600 plus approx. 18,000 CKDs shipped abroad) Australian Cooper S Mk II production stops. (Total Mk II production: approx. 2,400) August Australian Clubman 1100 and GT sales start. Misc. Australian Moke Californian goes on sale. Issigonis retires. Continues on as a consultant. 318,475 produced. Total to date, 2,761,042. 1972 January Innocenti Mini Cooper Mk III production stops. (Total production unknown.) February Innocenti Mini Cooper 1300 in production. April Australian Minis named Leyland Minis. May British Leyland buys the motor vehicle portion of Innocenti. October Authi Mini Cooper 1300 available. Misc. British Leyland Motor Corporation buys the remaining shares in Authi. (pre-October) 306,937 produced -- highest one-year production total. Total to date, 3,067,979. 1973 January Alternator becomes standard. Rod change boxes start. March Innocenti Mini Cooper 1300 production stops. (Total production unknown.) Innocenti Mini Cooper 1300 Export announced. Some similarities to ìMk IVî English cars. Also built at Seneffe in Belgium. April Australian Mini S goes on sale. Inboard CV joints start. July The Austin Mini 1275 GTS goes on sale in South Africa. It looks much like the English 1275GT having the Clubman body but underneath is very much like a Cooper S in specification and performance. Misc. 295,186 produced. Total to date, 3,363,165. 1974 255,336 produced. Total to date, 3,618,501. 1975September Australian Minis revert to 998. October Standard engine on the Clubman changes from 998 to 1098. Misc. Innocenti Mini Cooper 1300 Export production ceases. (ìEarlyî in the year.) Authi Mini Cooper 1300 production stops. (ìEndî of the year) (Total production: approx. 5,000) The South African Mini range adds a standard HS4 to the Mini de Luxe and the GTS converts to 12î wheels and bigger brakes (probably in June). The range also includes the Mini Clubman. 200,293 produced. Total to date, 3,818,794 1976 January Mini 1000 special, Limited edition goes on sale. (Total production: approx. 3,000.) ìCosmetically enhancedî Mini 1000. Special paint and interior. Reclining seats. May Rubber mounted subframe starts. Misc. Australian Mini SS introduced at the Sydney Motor Show. Eventually went on sale for $3,895AUS. 203,575 produced. Total to date, 4,022,369. 1977 March Australian Mini LS (998) goes on sale for $4,495AUS. October Australian Mini Sunshine goes on sale for $4,395AUS. Misc. Three standard Minis make up the 1977 range of Minis in South Africa: Mini de Luxe (the base Mini offered and still in round nose form), the Mini Clubman and the GTS. The Sunshine Mini is announced by Leyland South Africa (probably January 1977). The car is a dolled up Mini 1100 de Luxe (round nose form) in Dolomite Yellow with appropriate decals and features a soft folding type sunroof. The Moonlight Mini is announced by Leyland South Africa (probably August). This is another dolled up version of the Mini 1100 de Luxe (round nose form) featuring a soft folding type sunroof Zircon Blue metallic paint and appropriate decals. 214,134 produced. Total to date, 4,236,503. 1978 August Australian Mini LS (1275) goes on sale. October Australian Mini production ceases; except for Mokes. (Total production: 176,284, excluding Mokes.) December Van and Pickup badged as Mini 95. Misc. The Mini Vanden Plas is announced by Leyland South Africa (probably August). This is another version of the Mini 1100 de Luxe (round nose form) and was called the most luxuriously equipped Mini ever seen in South Africa. Official brochures stated, ìSuch features as cashmere pure wool upholstery, a French polish walnut fascia dashboard, folding sun roof, tinted and shaded windscreen and tinted glass on all windows, leather-bound steering wheel, bronze metallic paintwork, mahogany pile carpeting and many more, make the Mini Vanden Plas an exquisite saloon car.î 196,799 produced. Total to date, 4,433,302. 1979 August 1100 Special limited edition goes on sale at 3,300UKP. (ì20th Anniversaryî edition.) (Total production: approx. 5,100.) 45bhp 1098 engine. Choice of two special paint colors. Vinyl roof. 165x70 tires on 5î rims. Clubman bumpers, etc. October Mini 1000 called Super. Misc. 165,502 produced. Total to date, 4,598,804. 1980 August Clubman discontinued. (Total production: Saloon, 331,675; Estate, 176,688.) 1275 GT discontinued. (Total production: 117,949.) September Mini 1000 City starts. October Mini 1000 Super changed to HL. November 848 option dropped on Pickup. Misc. Australian Moke changes to galvanized body panels, among other things. The Mini 1275E (with the Clubman body and 1275 engine) is announced by Leyland South Africa (probably August). (It is unclear whether the car is going back into production after being out of the market or if it is just the Clubman style being reintroduced with the larger engine.) 150,067 produced. Total to date, 4,748,871. 1981 Australian Moke production stops. (Total production: approx. 26,200) 69,986 produced. Total to date, 4,818,857. 1982 April City changed to City E. HL changed to HLE. October HLE changed to Mayfair. December Van and Pickup discontinued. (Total production: Van, approx. 520,000; Pickup, 58,000; 850 Van 1970 to end, approx. 94,899; 1000 Van 1970 to end, approx. 82,356; 850 Pick-up 1970 to end, approx. 12,130; 1000 Pick-up 1970 to end, approx. 15,397.) Misc. The Mini Rebel is announced by Leyland South Africa (probably October). This is a dolled up 1275E with a flip up sunroof, appropriate decals, special wheels and a few other additions. 56,297 produced. Total to date, 4,875,154. 1983 October Mini Sprite limited edition starts at 3,334UKP. (Total production: approx. 2,500.) Special paint and stripes. Wheels and tires like the 1100 special. Different interior. September The South African Mini Panda goes on sale. Alpine White paint, Panda decal, white wheel covers, radio/tape combination, twin rear-mounted speakers, rear-mounted telescopic aerial, window air deflectors, twin spotlamps, synthetic sheepskin seat covers front and rear, leather gearknob and rubber floor mats front and rear. October The final South African built Mini, a 1275E, rolls off the assembly line at Blackheath. Total production is quoted at 77,686. It is believed that this number includes the CKDs assembled in the early years. Misc. Moke production starts in Portugal with basic Australian specification. 49,956 produced. Total to date, 4,925,110. 1984 June 25th Anniversary limited edition starts at 3,865UKP. (Total production: approx. 5,000.) Silver with red accents inside and out. Lots of ì25î decals. Leather steering wheel. Radio/cassette. Most notably: 12î wheels and 8.4î disc brakes, soon to become standard on all Minis. Misc. 35,036 produced. Total to date, 4,960,146. 1985 June Ritz limited edition starts 3,798UKP. (Total production: approx. 3,725.) Silver outside with Ritz decals. Accented with Nimbus Grey. Multicolored interior. In other words, a Mini City with some fancy paint and decals ñ a similar theme to many of the limited editions and specials. Misc. 34,974 produced. Total to date, 4,995,120. 1986 January Chelsea limited edition starts at 3,898UKP. (Total production: approx. 1,500.) A City E painted Targa Red with decals. June Piccadilly limited edition starts at 3,928UKP. (Total production: approx. 2,500.) A City E in Cashmere Gold. Dark velvet interior. Full width wheel trims in plastic. Misc. Moke changes introduced, including going to 12î wheels. 33,740 produced. Total to date, 5,028,860. 1987 February Park Lane limited edition starts at 4,194UKP. (Total production: 4,000.) Black exterior with bigger decals. May Advantage limited edition starts 4,286UKP. (Total production: 4,675.) City E in Diamond White with tennis motif decals. Misc. 32,717 produced. Total to date, 5,061,577. 1988 February Red Hot and Jet Black limited editions start at 4,382UKP. (Total production: approx. 6,000.) Red or Black. Tinted windows. Decals. June Designer limited edition starts at 4,654UKP. (Total production: approx. 2,000.) Black or white. Tied in with designer Mary Quant with daisy motif and her signature on the seats. October Servo standard on all models. Alex Issigonis dies at the age of 81. Misc. 36,554 produced. Total to date, 5,065,131. 1989 February Sky, Rose, Racing and Flame special editions start. (Total production: Sky/Rose, approx. 1,100; Racing/Flame, approx. 2,000.) June Mini 30 (30th Anniversary) special edition starts. (Total production: approx. 3,000.) Misc. Moke production in Portugal stopped. (Mid-1989) ERA Turbo introduced. (Total production: 435 of which 58 were built from existing Minis.) 40,998 produced. Total to date, 5,139,129. 1990 February Flame Red and Racing Green special editions start. (Total Production with Checkmate, approx. 2,500.) Checkmate special edition starts. (Total production with Flame and Racing, approx. 2,500.) June Studio 2 special edition starts. (Total production: approx. 2,000.) July RSP Rover Mini Cooper goes on sale. (Total production: approx 1,650 with 650 of them going to Japan.) September Rover Mini Cooper goes on sale. Misc. Moke production rights sold to Cagiva (an Italian company). 46,045 produced. Total to date, 5,185,174. 1991 February Neon special edition starts. (Total production: approx. 1,500.) June 75 Lamm Cabriolets built in Germany and completed by Rover in Cowley for UK sale. December The Mini Cord is reborn in Venezuela. The fiberglass-bodied Mini is built in two models, both with 998cc engines. (A 1275 was never produced.) SB was the standard version with cloth interior trim and steel wheels. (Although versions exported to Colombia all had Minilite style GB wheels.) DB was the deluxe version and had air conditioning, leather interior, center console with a tachometer, chrome bumpers, spotlights and GB wheels. In December, 113 were made. Misc. Moke production starts, again, in Portugal under Cagiva. 35,070 produced. Total to date, 5,220,244. 1992 May 998cc engine replaced by 1.3. City replaced by 1.3 Sprite. June British Open Classic special edition goes on sale. (Total production: approx. 1,000.) October The Italian Job special edition goes on sale. (Total production: approx. 1,750.) Misc. A total of 768 Mini Cords were produced for the Colombian, Venezuelan, and Antilles markets ñ the best year of production. Colombia received 164. 26,197 produced. Total to date, 5,246,441. 1993 April European specification British Open Classic goes on sale. May Mini Rio goes on sale. (Total production: approx. 750.) June Rover built Cabriolet goes on sale. September Mini Tahiti goes on sale. (Total production: approx. 500.) Misc. Moke production under Cagiva in Portugal stops. (Early 1993) Minor changes were made to both the SB and DB Mini Cord models; e.g., interior trim, mirrors and the bonnet emblem. Production was 391. Only 62 units were exported to Colombia and the Colombian dealer, Mini City, ceased to function. 20,468 produced. Total to date, 5,266,909. 1994 May UK version of the Mini 35 goes on sale. (Production for the British market totaled 200.) European and Japanese versions to follow. July Mini Cooper Monte Carlo special edition goes on sale. Misc. Mini Cord production shut down for a time and restarted with two special, convertible prototypes built. They didnít go into production. Instead, a John Cooper model is started, still with the 998cc engine. It had 13î Revolution wheels and leather interior, among other changes. All were scheduled to be silver, but some were special ordered in other colors. Only 24 cars were built of all versions in 1994. 1995 May Sidewalk goes on sale. (Total production: approx. 1,000.) Misc. The Mini Cord goes out of production after only 15 units being built in 1995. Total production is just over 1300. 1996 April Equinox goes on sale. October Cabriolet discontinued. Twin point injection introduced with crank triggered ignition (no distributor), front mounted radiator. 2,7 final drive. Wooden dash, drivers airbag and half leather interior standard on all models. 13" wheeled "Sport pack" option introduced. No longer any technical differences between "Mini" and "Cooper". 1997 1998 1999 2000 October Production ceased October 4. The car designated as the last one off of the production line is registered as X411JOP and goes to the Heritage Museum to share space with 621 AOK. December John Cooper dies. Misc. Total Mini production quoted as 5,387,862. Notes: The above information applies mainly to English produced cars for sale in the UK. Some differences are noted for cars produced in other countries or for sale in other countries. Caution is suggested when applying the general information to all Minis no matter where produced. Change points may vary by model. Where possible, the earliest introduction dates found are listed. Most production figures are taken from Goldingís, Mini, Thirty-Five Years On, Hubnerís, The Big Mini Book, and Ruppertís, Mini, and are worldwide production figures; except, figures from 1983 on do not include Mokes. The majority of the production figures listed are approximates. The published literature gives varying numbers. Starting dates for some models (especially, the Specials or Limited Editions) vary depending upon the source used. Some of the differences may be accounted for by whether the source is using the date the model is announced, the date production starts, or the date the model actually is available for sale. Often which date is being used is not clear.
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[b] ѹдѺѺ ʹöԵ Ш˹ ͧл [/b] [u] [b] Mini Production Worldwide by year. [/b] [/u] 1959 19749 1973 295186 1987 37210 1960 116677 1974 255336 1988 36574 1961 157059 1975 200293 1989 40998 1962 216087 1976 203575 1990 46045 1963 236713 1977 214134 1991 35007 1964 244359 1978 196799 1992 26197 1965 221974 1979 165502 1993 20468 1966 213694 1980 150067 1994 20417 1967 237227 1981 69986 1995 20378 1968 246066 1982 56297 1996 15638 1969 254957 1983 49956 1997 16928 1970 278950 1984 35038 1998 14311 1971 318475 1985 34974 1999 11738 1972 306937 1986 33720 2000 7070 [b] Total Production Worldwide: 5,378,776 [/b] Mini Production by Model. Some of these figures are approximations. [b] Mini MkI [/b] Austin Se7en/Mini 435500 Morris Mini-Minor 510000 Auston Countryman 85500 Morris Traveller 75500 [b] Total 1106500 [/b] [b] Mini Cooper MkI [/b] Austin Mini Cooper 997cc 12395 Morris Mini Cooper 997cc 12465 Austin Mini Cooper 998cc 17737 Morris Mini Cooper 998cc 21627 [b] Total 64224 [/b] [b] Mini Cooper S MkI [/b] Austin Mini Cooper S 1071cc 2135 Morris Mini Cooper S 1071cc 1896 Austin Mini Cooper S 970cc 481 Morris Mini Cooper S 970cc 482 Austin Mini Cooper S 1275cc 6489 Morris Mini Cooper S 1275cc 7824 [b] Total 19307 [/b] [b] Mini Mk II [/b] Austin Mini 154000 Morris Mini 206000 Austin Countryman 22500 Morris Traveller 23500 [b] Total 406000 [/b] [b] Mini Cooper Mk II [/b] Austin Mini Cooper 998cc 9168 Morris Mini Cooper 998cc 7228 [b] Total 16396 [/b] [b] Mini Cooper S Mk II [/b] Austin Mini Cooper S 1275cc 2687 Morris Mini Cooper S 1275cc 3642 [b] Total 6329 [/b] [b] Mini Clubman [/b] Mini Clubman saloon 275583 Mini Clubman estate 197606 Mini 1275GT 110673 [b] Total 583862 [/b] [b] Mini MkIII/IV/V/VI [/b] Mini 850 407670 Mini 1000/City/Mayfair 1439819 Mini 1100 78853 Mini 1300 (export) 21360 Mini Sprite 17833 Mini Mayfair 16250 Mini Cooper RSP 1650 Mini Cooper Carburettor 19899 Mini Cooper 1.3i (92-96) 42880 Mini Cabriolet (LAMM) 75 Mini Cabriolet (Rover) 1081 [b] Total 2047370 [/b] [b] Mini MkVII (1996-2000) Mini & Mini Cooper Total 65695 [/b] [b] Mini Van [/b] Austin Minivan 174000 Morris Minivan 169249 Mini Van 850 94899 Mini Van 1000 82356 [b] Total 521494 [/b] [b] Mini Pick-up [/b] Austin Mini Pick-up 18000 Morris Mini Pick-up 12652 Mini Pick-up 850 12130 Mini Pick-up 1000 15397 [b] Total 58179 [/b] [b] Mini Moke [/b] Austin Mini Moke 5422 Morris Mini Moke 9096 European Total 14518 Australian Mini Moke 26142 Portuguese Mini Moke 9277 [b] Total 49937 [/b] Riley Elf Elf MkI 3522 Elf MkII 17816 Elf MkIII 9574 Total 30912 Wolseley Hornet Hornet MkI 3166 Hornet MkII 16785 Hornet MkIII 8504 Total 28455
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850cc Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 848cc, bore/stroke:62.93x68.26 mm BHP 34bhp at 5500rpm Torque 44lbf. ft at 2900 rpm Transmission four speed gearbox Weight (Saloon) 1380lb 0-60 (saloon) 27.1 secs Top Speed(saloon) 72mph 1/4mile (saloon 23.6 secs 998cc (based on 10" wheels) Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 998cc,bore/stroke:62.93x76.2 mm BHP 39bhp at 5250rpm Torque 52lbf. ft at 2700 rpm Transmission four speed gearbox Weight (Saloon) 1400lb 0-60 (saloon) 26.2 secs Top Speed(saloon) 75mph 1/4mile (saloon 22.7 secs 1098cc Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 1098cc,bore/stroke: 62.93x83.72mm BHP 45bhp at 5250rpm Torque 56lbf. ft at 2700rpm Transmission four speed gearbox Weight (Saloon) 1457lb 0-60 (saloon) 25.7 secs Top Speed(saloon) 74mph 1/4mile (saloon) 22 secs 997 Cooper Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 997cc, bore/stroke: 62.43 x 81.28mm BHP 55bhp at 6000rpm Torque 54lbf.ft at 3600rpm Transmission 4speed Unladen Weight 1440lb 0-60 17.2 secs Top Speed 85mph 1/4 mile 21.1 secs 998 Cooper Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 998cc, bore/stroke: 62.93 x 76.2 mm BHP 55bhp at 5800rpm Torque 57lbf.ft at 3000rpm Transmission 4speed Unladen Weight 1440lb 0-60 14.8 secs Top Speed 90mph 1/4 mile 20 secs Cooper S 970cc Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 970cc, compression ratio 10:1, bore/stroke: 70.6x61.91 mm BHP 65 bhp at 6500rpm Torque 62 lbf.ft at 4500rpm Transmission Front wheel drive, foru-speed, optional close ratio Suspension Front: wishbones, rubber springs, Armstrong dampers Rear: trailing arms, rubber springs, Armstrong dampers Uprated to Hydrolastic Suspension in 1964 Brakes Front: servo-assisted 7.5" solid discs. Rear: drums Tyres/Wheels 3.5/4.5x10 inch Unladen Weight 1410lb Fuel Capacity 5.5gal Fuel Consumption 30mpg 0-60 11.8 seconds Top Speed 89mph Price when new Production £695 Cooper S 1071cc Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 1071cc, compression ratio 9:1, bore/stroke: 70.64x68.26 mm BHP 70 bhp at 6200rpm Torque 62 lbf.ft at 4500rpm Transmission Front wheel drive, foru-speed, optional close ratio Suspension Front: wishbones, rubber springs, Armstrong dampers Rear: trailing arms, rubber springs, Armstrong dampers Uprated to Hydrolastic Suspension in 1964 Brakes Front: servo-assisted 7.5" solid discs. Rear: drums Tyres/Wheels 3.5/4.5x10 inch Unladen Weight 1410lb Fuel Capacity 5.5gal Fuel Consumption 29mpg 0-60 13.5 seconds Top Speed 90mph Price when new Production £695 Cooper S 1275cc Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 1275cc,compression ratio 9.75:1, bore/stroke: 70.6x81.33 mm BHP 76 bhp at 5800rpm Torque 62 lbf.ft at 4500rpm Transmission Front wheel drive, foru-speed, optional close ratio Suspension Front: wishbones, rubber springs, Armstrong dampers Rear: trailing arms, rubber springs, Armstrong dampers Brakes Uprated to Hydrolastic Suspension in 1964 Front: servo-assisted 7.5" solid discs. Rear: drums Tyres/Wheels 3.5/4.5x10 inch Unladen Weight 1535lb Fuel Capacity 5.5gal, 11gal in 1966 Fuel Consumption 29mpg 0-60 11.2 seconds Top Speed 96mph Price when new Production Mk1: £695 Mk2: £849 Mk3: £942 Mk1: 14313 Mk2: 6329 Mk3: 19511 1275 Clubman GT Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 1275cc, bore/stroke: 70.61x81.3mm BHP 59bhp at 5300rpm Torque 65lbf.ft at 2550rpm Transmission 4 speed Brakes disc/drum Unladen Weight 1555lb 0-60 13.3 secs Top Speed 90 mph 1/4 mile 19 secs 1275 Carb Cooper Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 1275cc, bore/stroke: 70.61x81.3mm BHP 61bhp at 5550rpm Torque 61lbf.ft at 3000rpm Transmission 4 speed Brakes disc/drum Unladen Weight 1530lb 0-60 13.1secs Top Speed 92 mph 1/4 mile 19 secs 1275 Single Point Injection Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 1275cc, bore/stroke: 70.61x81.3mm BHP 63bhp at 5700rpm Torque 70lbf.ft at 3900rpm Transmission 4 speed Unladen Weight 1530lb 0-60 11.5 secs Top Speed 92 mph 1/4 miles 19 secs 1275 Multi-Point Injection Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 1275cc, bore/stroke: 70.61x81.3mm BHP 63bhp at 5500rpm Torque 70lbf.ft at 3000rpm Transmission 4 speed Unladen Weight 1610lb 0-60 13.3 secs Top Speed 88 mph 1/4 mile 19.1 secs Mini ERA Turbo Engine Four Cylinder in line, cast-iron block transversely mounted in front, 1275cc, Compression Ratio: 9.4: 1, bore/stroke: 70.61x81.3mm BHP 94bhp at 6130rpm Torque 87lbf.ft at 36rpm Transmission 4 speed Brakes disc/drum Unladen Weight 675kg 0-60 7.8 secs Top Speed 115 mph 1/4 mile 16.6 secs
Posted by :ed_miniza
ѹ/ :24/3/2551 14:56:07
The Engine Number Reference 850cc engines 8A 850 Austin 34HP until eng.nr. 25000 8MB 850 Morris until eng.nr. 25000 8AM 850 Austin/Morris since nr. 25001 8AH 850 Austin/Morris Automatic 8AJ 850 Austin/Morris with crankcase gas recycling 8AK 850 Austin/Morris Automatic with crankcase gas recycling 8WR 850 Wolseley/ Riley 8AC 850 Moke 85H/101 850 from 1969 on 970cc engines 9F/Sa/X eng nr 29001-29003 with Tecalemit filter 9FD/Sa/X with Tecalemit filter and crankcase vent on carb 9FE/Sa/X same but oil filter with oilpressure switch 9F/Sa/X eng nr 29039-30029 with Purolator-filter with switch & crank case vent on carb 997cc engines 9F/Sa/H Cooper (except engnr. 19201-20410, those were 1071cc) 9F/Sa/L Cooper - Compression of 8.3 998cc engines 9AD same, but remote gear, crank case recycling, 39HP 9AE 998 Wolseley/ Riley MK III 99H/-/101 Wolseley/ Riley, Mini Clubman, Mini 1000 from 1970 on with dished pistons 99H/791 Mini 1000 1974 on with dished pistons 99H/997 A+ block from 1980 on with flat pistons and 2.95 diff 99H/A97P A+ with dished pistons, pre-A+ gears, 3.44 diff and 12" wheels 99H/B81 until eng.nr. 127431 with circlip 998cc A+ engines from 1985 on Ungrooved lower main bearings, piston with circlip pin. 42 HP 99H/B81 since 127432 without circlip 99H/C20 until eng.nr. 105023 with circlip 99H/C20 since 105024 without circlip 99H/997 since eng. nr. 127422 with 2.9 diff 1071cc 9F/Sa/H eng nr 26501-33660 and 19201-20410 9FD/Sa/H eng nr 33661-33948, oil filter with pressure switch & crank case vent on carb 10F Cooper S 1098cc engines 10AMW/Ta Clubman estate and Austin 1100 45HP 10H791 Clubman 1100 10GR/Ta/H MG1100 10GRB/Ta/H MG1100/Wolseley 1100 10V/Ta/H Vanden Plas 1100 1275cc engines 9F/Sa/Y eng nr 31001-31405, Purolator filter, without crank case vent on carb 9FD/Sa/Y after eng nr 32178, with crank case vent on carb and oil pressure switch 9F/Sa/Y from eng nr 32378 on, Puroalator filter with switch, crank case vent, AEG 510 cam from engnr 40006on, crossdrilled EN40B crank from engnr 42730on 12G/Ta/H Wolseley/Riley/VP 1300 with S-Conrods 12H739 1275GT with electric fuelpump and dynamo, 53HP 12H380 same with alternator and remote gear 12H389 same as 12H379, but mechanic fuel pump 12H390 same as 12H389, but alternator 12H706 same as 12H380, but rod gear change 12H397 Cooper S MK III with dynamo and EN16T crank, 73HP 12H398 Cooper S MK III with alternator 12H/-/ 1275 Allegro, Austion 1300, 53HP 12H610/635 Innocenti Cooper with duplex chain, 64HP 12H719/832 same with simplex chain and tensioner 12H832XH De Tomaso 120L 70HP 12H907 standard 1275 Metro, pre October '84 12H996A MG Metro 12H959aa MG Metro Turbo 93HP Unleaded Engines: 998cc Unleaded engines ('89 on) 99HD81(P) 998cc A+ from 1989 on: lead free, 422 with 2.9 diff, 41HP Flat top pistons with press fit gudgeon pins 99HE20/21 99HF15/16/32 99HG30/32/33/34/39 LBB10089 99HE22 998cc A+ from 1989 on: lead free, 422 with 2.9 diff, 41HP Dished pistons with press fit gudgeon pins 99HG31 LBB10175 1275cc Unleaded engines ('90 on) 12A 2A carburettor 12A 2B carburettor and catalyst 12A 2D TBI single point fuel injection, 9.4 CR 12A 2E TBI single point fuel injection, 10.4 CR The following letters are additional to 12A numbers: G01 C/R 10.1:1, 3.11 diff, catalyst, no oil cooler G03 C/R 9.4:1, 3.11 diff, catalyst, from may 1992 on G04 C/R 9.4:1, 2.76 diff, cat, french version G05 C/R 9.4:1, automatic, cat F53 C/R 10.1:1, 3.11 diff, cat, oil cooler F75 C/R 9.4:1, 3.11 diff, non open loop cat, injection F76 C/R 9.4:1, automatic, non open loop cat, injection F77 C/R 10.1:1, 3.21 diff, non open loopcat, injection DF Mayfair 1.3i, cat, 53HP Unleaded Metro Engines Metro 1000, '89 on Metro 1275, '89 on 99HE38/39, 8.3 CR 99HE35/67/68/69/70/76/94, 9.6 CR 12HE24,35,39,40,41/42/67-75, 8.0 CR 12HE24/25/48/71/72/73, 9.1 CR 12HF, 10.0 CR A guide to Chassis Numbers Australian Model numbering: Format: Saloon Yxx2Sn/ Van YJBAV Character What it signifies What the characters mean 1 Country of Origin Y = Australia 2 Make (Model) M - Morris (Saloon) K - Morris (Cooper) [JB - Morris Van] 3 Engine size range A - 848, 997, 998 G - 1098,1275 4&5 Body Type 2S - 2 door Saloon [V - Van] 6 Series/Mark 1 - Saloon, Cooper 2 - Cooper S Mk 1, Van Mk 1 3 - Saloon 4 - Cooper S Mk 2, Van Mk 2, British Model numbering Format: x/A2Sn (Up to '69) Character What it signifies What the characters mean 1 Make A -Austin (Saloon) A - Austin (Cooper) K - Morris (Cooper) M - Morris (Saloon) R - Riley Elf W - Wolsley Horney 2 Engine size Range A - 848, 997, 998 3&4 Body Type 2S - 2 door Saloon 5 Series/Mark 1 - Mk 1 - Riley, Wolseley 2 - Mk 2 - Riley, Wolseley 4 - Mk 1 - Morris 6 - Mk 2 - Morris 7 - Mk 1 - Austin B - Mk 2 - Austin
Posted by :ed_miniza
ѹ/ :24/3/2551 14:59:48
Ѻ 100 ѹ ¹ 80
Posted by :boi
ѹ/ :26/3/2551 16:49:21
AASA ¹ 1300 ǤѺ
Posted by :bravis
ѹ/ :31/3/2551 23:27:07
austin 1300 ҧ µͺ˹ AASA ŢǶѧ 1300 ҧ MK 3 ŢǶѧ鹵鹴 ҡҹ MK 1, MK 2 X/A2Sn xxxxxx ֧ 1969 ǹ MK3 69 繵 ŢäѺ
Posted by :MK3
ѹ/ :2/4/2551 13:05:30
ҹ º͡˹¹ mk 3 ҳҢ鹴
Posted by :ed_miniza
ѹ/ :5/4/2551 10:26:04
Ţ MK3 ҳФѺ October [font:red] [font:black] [font:blue] [b] 1969 to 1974 [/b] [/font][/font][/font]Model Year English Built During the previous months leading up to the cars in this time period, a Commission Number was introduced to go along with the Chassis Number/VIN. Both are helpful in identifying a car. CHASSIS NUMBER/VIN The general format for the Chassis Number/VIN for these cars is: [font:red] [b] X-A2S1N-XXX-A [/b] [/font] [b] [font:blue] 1974 Model Year To 1980 [/font] [/b] Model Year English Built VIN The general format for the VIN for these cars is: [b] [font:red] X-K2S1N-XXX-A [/font] [/b]
Posted by :nungjung
ѹ/ :8/4/2551 10:43:17
úǹ¤Ѻ mk lll ŢǶѧŷԴçǡШѧ˹ҨҤѺ ǹǼͺͧöҧ
Posted by :Դ
ѹ/ :6/5/2551 20:18:20
aasasa96058a.....ҤѺԴͧ͹.........⨷...¼¤Ѻ...........Էҷҹ¤Ѻ....ͺسѺ..... [sm02]
Posted by :Դ
ѹ/ :8/5/2551 21:49:40
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Posted by :new
ѹ/ :9/5/2551 12:40:03
Ţͧѹ 1300 ç˹Ѻ ????
Posted by :aof
ѹ/ :18/5/2551 19:13:24
ŷ¤Ѻ ˹¹֧ 555
Posted by :ed_miniza
ѹ/ :28/5/2551 11:46:51
Ţͧѹ 1300 ç˹Ѻ ????
Posted by :dew
ѹ/ :4/6/2551 12:49:54
Ţͧ ҹ˹ ͧö ˹¹ ش ˹ͤ ҧ䴪ҵ µͽٺͧ çº ....
Posted by :ed_miniza
ѹ/ :30/6/2551 15:51:20
Saloon General Data Length 10ft 1/4in (3.05m) 10ft 4 5/8in (3.16m) Clubman Width 4ft 7 1/2in (1.41m) Height 4ft 5in (1.35m) Ground Clearance 6 5/32in (15.63cm) Wheelbase 6ft 8 5/32in (2.036m) Weight 587kg (Mk1 dry) 634.5kg (Mk1 hydrolastic) Weight (engine and transmission) 333lb (151kg) manual 357 lb (162 kg) automatic, Mk1 850, others may vary by a few kg. Weight Distribution (front:rear) 64:36 (unloaded) 63:37 (with driver) 53:47 (full load) Bodyshell Data Weight 310 lb bare, 435 lb with subframes Torsional rigidity 8,450 lbft/degree
Posted by :ed_miniza
ѹ/ :1/7/2551 17:11:45
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Posted by :Rabbit
ѹ/ :22/7/2551 13:54:45
ǹ˭ҧŧҳ 600 .Ѻ ѺԹ 2 е mk1-3
Posted by :§
ѹ/ :16/10/2553 21:20:50
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