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The Mini are a small economy vehicles produced by the British engine Corporation and its successors from 1959 until 2000. Its space-saving transverse engine front-wheel drive design – permitting 80 per cent for the part of the automobile's floorpan to be

Mini Automotive Repair Manual 2002-2011

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USA Mini Cooper Cooper S 2002 - 2011 Haynes Owners Service Repair Manual covers the following models: MK I Models: R50 - Cooper 2002 - 2006 R52 - Cooper Convertible / Cooper S Convertible 2005 - 2008 R53 - Cooper S 2002 - 2006Mk II Models: R55 - Cooper Clubman / Clubman S 2008 - 2011 R56 - Cooper / Cooper S 2007 - 2011 R57 - Cooper and Cooper S Convertible 2009 - 2011Note: Includes John Cooper Works (JCW) models.NOTE: DOES NOT include Countryman models or convertible top information.Engines Covered: 1.6-litre SOHC 16-valve W10B16A (Mk I Cooper) 1.6-litre SOHC 16-valve W11B16A (Mk I Cooper S) 1.6-litre DOHC 16-valve N12 (Mk II Cooper 2010 and earlier) 1.6-litre DOHC 16-valve N14 (Mk II Cooper S 2010 and earlier) 1.6-litre DOHC 16-valve N16 (Mk II Cooper 2011 models) 1.6-litre DOHC 16-valve N18 (Mk II Cooper S 2011 models)Transmissions described are: Getrag GS5-65 BH/SH 5-speed manual transmission (up to 07/2004) Getrag GS5-52 BG (5-speed manual transmission (after 07/2004) G

Mini And Moke 1971-1978 Gregorys Service Repair Manual

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NEW - softcover 222 pages Other BMW Mini Repair Manuals click here Mini And Moke 1971 - 1978 Gregorys Owners Service Repair Manual Covers: Mini 1971 - 1978 Sedan Van and Wagon Moke 1971 - 1982Engines covered are all BMC / Leyland A-series OHV 4-cylinder: 850 (848 cc) 1000 (998 cc) 1100 (1098 cc) 1275 (1275 cc)Transmissions Covered: 4-speed manual 4-speed automaticNOTE: Only maintenance adjustment minor repair procedures plus removal and installation are described for the Automatic Transmission.Contents: Engine Cooling System Fuel System Clutch Manual Transmission (Strip Down and Rebuild) Drive Shafts Automatic Transmission Steering Front Suspension Rear Suspension Brakes Electrical System (Plus Wiring Diagrams) Body Emission Control Lubrication and Maintenance Wiring Diagram for Australian Mini Clubman GT Wiring Diagram for Australian Moke Pick-UP Wiring Diagram for Mini 850 Deluxe Saloon Van Pick-Up with Generator and Toggle Switches Wiring Diagram for Mini 850 Deluxe Saloon Van Pick-Up with Alternator and Rocker

Mini 1969 2001 Haynes Service Repair Manual UK

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Get other BMW repair manuals hereMini 1969 - 2001 Haynes Owners Service Repair Manual covers: Saloon Estate Van and Pick-up Including Clubman Cooper S Mk3 1275GT 1.3i Cooper and Special/Limited Editions.Engines covered: 0.9 litre (848cc) 1.0 litre (998cc) 1.1 litre (1098cc) and 1.3 litre (1275cc).Does NOT cover ERA Mini Turbo.Does NOT cover features specific to Cabriolet.Inside this manual you will find: Routine Maintenance tune-up procedures engine repair cooling and heating air-conditioning fuel and exhaust emissions control ignition brakes suspension and steering electrical systems and wiring diagrams.Haynes repair manuals can save you money on maintenance and repair bills. Step-by-step procedures and illustrations guide you through ever

The New Mini Performance Handbook

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The New Mini Performance Handbook by Jeffrey ZurschmeideGet other BMW repair manuals hereSince its introduction to the U.S. market in 2002 the MINI Cooper and Cooper S have been among the hottest selling subcompact hatchbacks on the market. Popular in Road Rally and Autocross as well as on the street the new MINI has developed an intense following among driving and automotive design enthusiasts.This book is designed to take you through the possibilities for performance upgrades including step-by-step procedures for common upgrades including shocks and springs brakes clutch and flywheel turbo replacement supercharger pulley replacement intake exhaust and even installing a limited slip differential.In addition example cars are presented that show how many performance modifications come together to make a car that is

Mini

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Mini by Christy CampbellGet other BMW repair manuals hereFrom its birth in 1959 the Mini grew to become a national treasure and huge success: Princess Margaret owned one as did Steve McQueen Paul Newman the Beatles Peter Sellers and Marianne Faithfull. Its popularity with women in particular marked it out from the crowd and sales soared as the car was taken up by the new urban elite and took a starring role in The Italian Job. But there was trouble - the basic Mini sold for less than it cost to produce and by the early eighties the miracle machine had become a symbol of manufacturing incompetence. The end came in 2000 but a new generation of Mini was just around the corner and today this motoring pin-up is as iconic as ever. Mini features contributions from those who have known and loved this troubled star as well as its scornful critics. Full of fascinating facts and vivid stories this is a fabulous celebration of a living national treasure that reads more like the life story of a wayward royal than a machine.Mini by Christy Campbell

Mini Restoration Manual

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Mini Restoration Manual by Lindsay PorterGet other BMW repair manuals hereFilled with everything restorers are looking for including Mini history buying information specs bodywork mechanics interiors electrics mods tools color schemes clubs and more. Clear step-by-step photographs and instructions make this the book for renovating your bodywork and interiors giving new life to mechanical and electrical components plus improved performance and appearance. Covers all models including Mini Cooper. Strongly recommended. For those who love Minis or are thinking about buying. Integracar endeavors to provide you with a broad diversity of servicing manuals. On the other hand workshop manuals may just be designed for many different countries and the cars manu

Mini 1959 1969 Haynes Service Repair Manual UK

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Get other BMW repair manuals hereMini 1959 - 1969 Haynes Owners Service Repair Manual covers: Saloon Mk1 Mk2 Traveller/Countryman Mk1 Mk2 Van Pick-up Mk1 Mk2 Cooper Cooper S Mk1 Mk2 Riley Elf Wolseley Hornet Mk1 Mk2 Mk3Engines covered: 0.9 litre (848cc) 1.0 litre (970cc 997cc and 998cc) 1.1 litre (1071cc) and 1.3 litre (1275cc). Covers manual and automatic transmission versions. Does NOT cover features specific to Mini Moke.Inside this manual you will find: Routine Maintenance tune-up procedures engine repair cooling and heating air-conditioning fuel and exhaust emissions control ignition brakes suspension and steering electrical systems and wiring diagrams.Haynes repair manuals can save you money on maintenance and repair bills. Step-by-step procedures and illustrations guide you through every job from basic maintenance and troubleshooting to complete teardown rebuild.Information on Repair and Service ManualsNote that repair manuals are normally produced for models sold in a particular country.Differences in specification can exist between models sold in different countries and items such as installed engines can differ.Please check that the manual will cover your mod

Mini Cooper/Mini Cooper S

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Mini Cooper/Mini Cooper S by Graham RobsonGet other BMW repair manuals hereThis is a comprehensive study of the career of one type of rally car - the BMC Mini-Cooper/Mini-Cooper S. In the 1960s the Mini became famous as Britain s most successful rally car. It combined superb handling a tiny body shell high-performance engines and the excellence of front-wheel-drive in an irresistible package. Not only this but the works team included famous drivers like Paddy Hopkirk Timo Makinen and Rauno Aaltonen. The works Minis not only won the Monte Carlo three times - 1964 1965 and 1967 - along with the European Rally Championship in 1965 but also won events all over the world. Because Minis were British and well-promoted they became seen as giant-killers and we

Looking After Mini

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Looking After Mini by Ted ConnollyGet other BMW repair manuals hereWith its easily flowing text this book guides the reader through the routines of inspection purchase maintenance repair renovation and improvement. It reveals the techniques the author has honed over his long career as a Mini doctor and describes the necessary skills the Mini owner needs to prolong their car s good health and active life. Integracar tries to put up a considerable spectrum of owners guides. In spite of this repair manuals could well be created for specific nations and the cars delivered for those nations. Which is why not all maintenance manuals may be acceptable for your selected vehicle. If you have questions whether a selected repair manual is eligible for your car kindly make contact with

Anatomy of the Works Mini

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Anatomy of the Works Mini by Brian MoylenGet other BMW repair manuals hereThis book tells the inside story of how the giant-killing Minis of rallying rallycross and racing fame were converted from standard Mini-Coopers in the BMC Competitions Department. The author who spent 22 years in Comps reveals the secrets of specification build technique and development of the famous Works Minis. The book includes contributions from Ginger Devlin (Cooper s Chief Mechanic) and Jumping Jeff Williamson (Works Rallycross driver). Particularly famous for their great adventures in the Monte Carlo Rally works Minis humbled many bigger and more powerful cars in international motorsport during the 1960s and 1970s. Mechanic Brian Moylan spent 22 years in the workshops of the BMC Competitions Department where the works cars were built. Here all the

Mini

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Mini by Jon PressnellGet other BMW repair manuals hereThe fruit of 20 years of research this is the book on the Mini produced to celebrate 50 years of the innovative small car and true British motoring icon. Acknowledged Mini expert Jon Pressnell has produced an authoritative comprehensive and lavishly illustrated history full of never-before-seen testimony from those involved with the car throughout its 41 years in production. A large format and lively design complete the package making this the definitive history of the definitive small car.Mini by Jon Pressnell

Mini Cooper (R55, R56, R57) Service Manual: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

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Mini Cooper (R55 R56 R57) Service Manual: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 by Bentley PublishersGet other BMW repair manuals hereThe MINI Cooper Cooper S Clubman (R55 R56 R57) 2007-2011 Service Manual is a comprehensive source of service information and specifications for MINI Cooper models from 2007 to 2011 (also known as the Mk II). The aim throughout this manual has been simplicity clarity and completeness with practical explanations step-by-step procedures and accurate specifications. Whether you re a professional or a do-it-yourself MINI owner this manual will help you understand care for and repair your car. Engines covered: N12 (2007-2010) N14 (2007-2010) N16 (2011) N18 (2011) Transmissions covered: Automatic gearbox: 6-speed AISIN (GA6F21WA) Manual gearbox: 6-speed Getrag (GS6-55BG for Cooper GS6-53BG for Cooper S) Integracar endeavors to give y

Mini

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Mini by Rob GoldingGet other BMW repair manuals hereThe Mini may be small but England s favourite car has made it big! This book tells the full story of this iconic car from it s launch in the 50 s up to the revised BMW version of today. Through the Swinging Sixties as the epitome of Cool success on the racing circuit The Italian Job to today s 21st century hip transport ...all the threads that tie the original Mini to today s updated version are here complex fascinating numerous. This is a book that will be welcomed by Mini enthusiasts and bought by motoring enthusiasts!Mini by Rob Golding

Mini - Service and Repair manual Haynes 2001 - 2006 NEW

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Mini Haynes Service and Repair Manual July 2001-2006Get Other BMW Car Repair Manuals click here NEW hardcover 224 pages covers theMini One Cooper Cooper S Hatchback including option packs petrol models 2001 thru 2006 (Hardcover 224 pages). Engines (petrol): 1.6 litre (1598cc) SOHC 4 cyl (W10B16) as fitted to Mini One and Cooper 1.6 litre (1598cc) SOHC supercharged 4 cyl (W11B16) as fitted to the Mini Cooper SDoes NOT cover models with CVT or Steptronic automatic transmission or features specific to Convertible or John Cooper Works conversions. Does NOT cover new ( Mk II ) MINI introduced August 2006.With a Haynes manual you can do it yourself...from simple maintenance to basic repairs. Haynes writes every book based on a complete teardown of the vehicle. We learn the best ways to do a job and that makes it quicker easier and cheaper for you. Our books have clear instructions and hundreds of photographs that show each step. Whether you re a beginner or a pro you can save big with Haynes! --Step-by-step procedures --Easy-to-follow photos --Complete troubleshooting sec

Mini: The True and Secret History of the Making of a Motor Car

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Mini: The True and Secret History of the Making of a Motor Car by Simon GarfieldGet other BMW repair manuals hereIn May 1959 the first Mini was produced on an assembly line at Cowley near Oxford. It would take a team of supremely talented designers draftsmen engineers and production-line workers to build a car that was unique in appearance and construction. They would clash frequently over an uncomfortable and unsafe prototype and the public had to be convinced to buy a car that let in two inches of water when it rained. But somehow the Mini became an icon. Originally designed for austerity and efficiency the car soon came to represent individuality and classlessness. Today the car is still produced at Cowley - it is now owned by BMW and called the MINI. A great British manufacturing story it is more popular throughout the world than it has ever been a symbol of the age that created it. But who makes these things and what do they think

Mini Cooper Service Manual 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

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Mini Cooper Service Manual 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 by Bentley PublishersGet other BMW repair manuals hereThe MINI Cooper Service Manual: 2002-2006 is a comprehensive source of service information and specifications for MINI Cooper models from 2002 to 2006. The manual also includes coverage of the Cooper S models. The aim throughout this manual has been simplicity clarity and completeness with practical explanations step-by-step procedures and accurate specifications. Whether you re a professional or a do-it-yourself MINI owner this manual will help you understand care for and repair your car. Models and engines covered: Cooper: 1.6 liter normally aspirated engine Cooper S: 1.6 liter supercharged engine Transmissions covered: Cooper: Manual 5-speed transmission (Midlands Getrag) Cooper: Automatic continuously variable transmission (CVT) Cooper S: Manual 6-speed transmission (Getrag) Cooper S: Automatic with Agitronic (Aisin) Integracar aims to render a wide variety of service manuals. Bear in mind service manuals may just be manufactured for varying nations an

Mini 1959 1976 Service Repair Manual Brooklands Books Ltd UK

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Get other BMW repair manuals hereMini 1959 - 1976 Owners Service Repair Manual covers: Mini Saloon Countryman Traveller Clubman Estate 1275 GT Van Pick-up Moke Cooper and Cooper S. Includes an additional 178 page Australian supplement.Contents: General Data. Tuning Data. Ignition Equipment. Cooling System. Fuel System. Clutch. Transmission. Drive Shafts. Rear Suspension. Steering. Front Suspension. Hydraulic Dampers. Braking System. Electrical Equpment. Body. Service Tools. Emmission Control.Originally published by British Leyland Motors Ltd in 1976.This Edition first printed under Licence in 1996.Part Number AKD4935/2Information on Repair and Service ManualsNote that repair manuals are normally produced for models sold in a particular country.Differences in specific

Maximum Mini

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Maximum Mini by Jeroen BooijGet other BMW repair manuals hereThis is the first book to focus solely on the cars derived from the classic Mini. Small GTs sports cars roadsters and fun cars: mini-derivatives made the specialist motoring market roar in the sixties but after that they didn t fade away. The seventies eighties and nineties saw new variants on the car that simply wouldn t die - some genius some crazy but always out of the ordinary and colorful. From the well known Mini Marcos and Unipower GT that even raced at Le Mans to the very obscure but at least as exciting Coldwell GT or Sarcon Scarab almost 60 cars are thoroughly researched described and photographed. Many of the people originally involved with designing and building them were interviewed and some cars that were thought to be long gone were found during the researching

Little Book of Mini

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Little Book of Mini by Brian LabanGet other BMW repair manuals hereThis is the story of an extraordinary motoring icon celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2009. A car that was conceived as the answer to a crisis but which became one of the best known. It is the story of a car that was designed for the masses but became a must-have fashion statement for the rich and famous.Little Book of Mini by Brian Laban

The Mini are a small economy vehicles produced by the British engine Corporation and its successors from 1959 until 2000. The initial is regarded as a British symbol regarding the 1960s.

Its space-saving transverse engine front-wheel drive design – permitting 80 per cent for the part of the automobile's floorpan to be utilized for individuals and baggage – inspired a generation of car manufacturers.

In 1999 the Mini ended up being voted the second more influential car associated with twentieth century, behind the Ford Model T, and prior to the Citroën DS and Volkswagen Beetle.

This distinctive two-door automobile ended up being made for BMC by Sir Alec Issigonis. It had been produced during the Longbridge and Cowley herbs in England, the Victoria Park/Zetland British engine organization factory in Sydney, Australian Continent, and soon after also in Spain, Belgium, Chile, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Southern Africa, Uruguay, Venezuela and Yugoslavia. The Mini Mark I'd three big UK news – the level II, the Clubman therefore the Mark III. Within these ended up being a number of modifications, including an estate automobile, a pick-up truck, a van additionally the Mini Moke – a jeep-like buggy.

The performance variations, the Mini Cooper and Cooper "S," are successful as rally automobiles, winning the Monte Carlo Rally in 1964, 1965 and 1967. In 1966, the first-placed Mini is disqualified after the finish, under a controversial decision that the car's headlights were up against the formula.

On introduction in August 1959 the Mini is promoted under the Austin and Morris brands, whilst the Austin Seven and Morris Mini-Minor. The Austin Seven was rebranded Austin Mini in January 1962 and Mini became a marque with its own in 1969. In 1980 it once again became the Austin Mini as well as in 1988 the Rover Mini.

BMW acquired the Rover Group in 1994, and offered vast majority of it in 2000, but retained the legal rights to build vehicles utilizing the SMALL title.

Designed as task ADO15, initial versions were promoted with the brands Austin Seven and Morris Mini-Minor in The united kingdomt. Until 1962, they appeared as Austin 850 and Morris 850 in some export markets. The production model differed from initial prototype as a result of choice of a modified front side subframe, which the engine had been mounted, and also by the motor becoming attached because of the carburettor at the back, as opposed to at the front end, as with the prototype, to lessen wear regarding the gearbox.

The suggested engine dimensions is originally 948 cc as used in the Morris small and Austin A35. But Leonard Lord, chairman of BMC believed that the 90 mph top speeds is exorbitant and so paid off the engine size to 848 cc to gain a more manageable speed of 72 miles per hour. Issigonis' suspension showcased the utilization of rubber cones as springs: the spring rates of plastic modifications with compression, permitting the suspension to conform to passenger load variants. A conventional suspension system would have needed a rise in height into build. This excellent build had been modified from Issigonis's home-built racer and designed for the Mini by Alex Moulton.

The Mini was a genuine four seater. It was possible within such a tiny bodyshell as the engine ended up being mounted transversely, operating the leading wheels via a gearbox that was uniquely incorporated in to the sump of motor. System and gearbox thus shared similar oil, that has been a significant bit of build responding to your 1956 Suez crisis together with fears of future oils shortages. The entire width associated with the vehicle is reduced, because there had been you don't need to accommodate another gearbox throughout the width regarding the vehicle and since there ended up being no transmission tunnel when you look at the floorplan of this Mini, there was clearly even more space that might be familiar with take care of the individuals hence compensating for decreased width. General length had been minimized because of the Mini's two-box build, comprising best a passenger storage space in addition to engine storage space. There clearly was no 3rd field offering an independent baggage storage space which inevitably compromised baggage space. To offset that issue, large containers beside each of the four seats provided some of use inside storing and a centrally operating tool binnacle allowed the dashboard become opened up for storing too. The necessity for storage containers right in front doorways effortlessly determined that the Mini must have sliding windows versus wind-up house windows. The tiny 10-inch tires helped to reduce the intrusion of wheel arches to the indoor of this automobile and allowed a modest number of further baggage room in a "boot" region behind the trunk seats. In general the Mini represents some really clever packaging with usually been imitated but hasn't been bettered.


Issigonis' friend John Cooper, owner of this Cooper automobile business and Formula One brands winner in 1959 and 1960, saw the potential associated with the little vehicle, and after some experimentation and evaluating, the two guys collaborated to generate a nimble, cost-effective, and cheap car. The Austin Mini Cooper and Morris Mini Cooper premiered in September 1961.

The first 848 cc motor through the Morris Mini-Minor had been increased to 997 cc, boosting energy from 34 bhp to 55 bhp. The car showcased a tuned engine, dual SU carburetors, and 7" disc brakes, a primary at the time in a small car. 1,000 of this version are commissioned by control, intended for, and made to meet with the homologation rules of, team 2 rally racing. The 997 system had been replaced by a shorter stroke 998 cc unit in 1964. Once creation of the Cooper model concluded in 1967, 12,274 of those preferred automobiles had been offered on general public. A far more powerful Mini Cooper, dubbed the "S", originated in combination and circulated in 1963. Featuring a 1071 cc system and larger disk brakes, 4,030 Cooper S's are created and offered before 1071 model had been deleted in August 1964. Cooper in addition created two versions specifically for circuit rushing, ranked at 970 cc and a 1275 cc, both of that have been in addition provided to the general public. Small engine model had not been well received and just 961 are designed with 970 cc machines until the design ended up being stopped in April 1965. The 1275cc engined versions carried on through Mk2 Mini, finally becoming killed off in 1971 into the Mk3 bodyshell.

The Cooper S version was also employed by some British police departments therefore the Australian visitors police as a plainclothes car.

The Mark II Mini was released in the 1967 British Motor tv show, and showcased a redesigned grille, a larger rear window and numerous aesthetic adjustment. A complete of 429,000 Mk II Minis are created.

Many different Mini kinds are made in Pamplona, Spain, because of the Authi providers from 1968 onwards, mostly in Morris title. In 1969, a fibreglass type of the Mini Mark II was created for British Leyland's Chilean subsidiary. The bodyshell mould was made by the Peel Engineering providers. Manufacturing begain in 1970 and carried on for a few ages; these fibreglass Minis could be identified by the lost human anatomy seams and also by larger panel spaces. The Chilean markets had been never ever very large in addition to hyperinflation and political and personal collapse generated the 1973 coup The Arica plant had been closed in 1974. The reason for the fibreglass body was to permit Leyland to meet up really strict requirement for neighborhood sourcing, increasing to 70.22per cent in 1971.

The Mini Moke is a vehicle on the basis of the Mini designed for the Brit Motor Corporation by Sir Alec Issigonis and John Sheppard.

The name comes from "Mini"—the car with that your Moke stocks numerous parts—and "Moke", which is an archaic dialect term for donkey. The Moke has been marketed under numerous brands like Austin Mini Moke, Morris Mini Moke and Leyland Moke.

The original design was a prototype for a light military automobile into the form of the US Jeep, but its smaller tires and reduced surface approval caused it to be impractical as an off-road vehicle. It absolutely was later available in a civilian variation as a low-cost, effortlessly managed energy vehicle. The Moke finally accomplished success as a beach buggy—becoming a favorite "cult" vehicle when you look at the Algarve, Seychelles, Australia, america and lots of exotic hotels in Caribbean. The original Moke utilized identical motor, transmission and suspension system areas from the Mini Van.

The first Mokes had been only built at BMC's Longbridge, Birmingham plant. 14,518 Mokes had been manufactured in the UK between 1964 and 1968, 26,000 in Australia between 1966 and 1981, and 10,000 in Portugal between 1980 and 1993 whenever creation of the Moke concluded.

Whenever Issigonis created the Mini, he in the offing another automobile to share with you the Mini's technical section, but with a more tough human anatomy layer. It was an attempt to just take a percentage for the armed forces automobile business from land-rover. Issigonis had formerly designed the Nuffield Guppy in a failed try to break into that markets. By 1959, BMC have working prototypes of what was codenamed "The Buckboard", later on to become the Mini Moke. These prototypes are proven to the British Army as a parachute-droppable vehicle, but bad floor clearance and a low-powered system would not meet the simplest needs for an off-road vehicle. Only the Royal Navy showed any interest whatsoever in Buckboard—as an automobile for usage on decks of plane companies.

Early marketing product made a lot of the lightness of this car, showing four troops going when you look at the Moke off-road, after that choosing it by its tubular bumpers and holding they when its low ground clearance shown insufficient.

In another attempt to make things for army, several four-wheel drive Mokes were produced by the connection of another system and transmission behind the automobile with linked clutches and equipment shifters. This performed little the ground-clearance issues, and technical complications frustrated developing beyond the prototype stage. This vehicle ended up being known as "The Twini" and is shown to the US Army—again with no achievements.

Three of the automobiles were used by the Brazilian Army after being captured during the 1969 Rupununi Rebellion from Guyanese rebels, that has entered the border into Brazil.

The Moke was built in Australia from 1966 to 1981 in which it had been originally marketed because the Morris Mini Moke and from 1973 while the Leyland Moke. In the beginning Australian Mokes had similar 10 inches rims as British Mokes and Mini saloons but in 1968 these were replaced by 13 inches rims with much longer rear trailing hands, which made them more useful for mild off-road or seaside use as compared to Brit variation. There clearly was also a widening section welded towards the wheel arches, front and back to allow for wide tyres and wheels. The solid metal chairs associated with the British Mokes are replaced with tubular-framed "deck-chair" seating. This variant going with a 998 cc engine which was turned in mid-production to 1,098 cc. In 1976, utilizing the arrival of the latest anti-pollution needs, the locally made 1,098 cc motor is replaced by an imported type of the 998 cc motor with an air pump and exhaust gas recirculation, which have been created to meet up with UK anti-pollution needs.

For a brief period around 1971, Leyland Australian Continent created a variant known in Leyland literature as "Moke, special export", but commonly known as a "Californian", which had a 1,275 cc system and was installed with part marker lights and various rear lights to conform to United States FMVSS standards. The gasoline container from the Austin Sprite or MG Midget had been fitted underneath the rear burden region, replacing the typical tank attached inside remaining sidebox. The export Californian was easily recognisable by its roof and seating, trimmed in "Op-pop verve" black and white tiger striped plastic or "Orange Bali" plastic, which seemed instead like a fruit salad, and was fleetingly sold towards "flower power" heritage in the usa.

The name "Californian" in addition to 1275 cc motor had been resurrected in 1977 for Australian markets Mokes with denim chair covers, convenient seats, spoked tires and complex tubular bumpers.

Australian Mokes had been exported to a lot of countries, and pioneered large-scale exports of Australian-made motors. Leyland Australian Continent made much of these exports with its marketing and advertising. The utilization of Australian-made Mokes because of the Israeli Army drawn controversy and media attention.

From 1975, a pickup type of the Moke is created, with a 1.45 x 1.50 metre drop-sided sleep which protruded behind the back of the vehicle, and a cloth top over the cab region. About two four-wheel drive Moke prototypes had been produced by Leyland Australian Continent in the belated 1970s, but unlike the British version, these put only one system. Leyland are likely to advertise this variation, but Moke manufacturing in Australian Continent concluded in 1981 and all sorts of that stays associated with the venture is among the prototypes that will be now owned by an enthusiast in west Australia and a modified differential crownwheel with gearteeth cut-in the side to drive the rear tailshaft, when you look at the individual collection of a Melbourne Mini expert.

In 1977 a 1275 cc Cooper S-engined Moke was entered to the Singapore air companies London-Sydney Marathon. The car was driven over 30,000 km over thirty days and complete in 35th room.


In 1969, underneath the ownership of Brit Leyland, the Mini was given a facelift by stylist Roy Haynes, who'd earlier worked for Ford. The restyled version had been called the Mini Clubman, and has a squarer front look, making use of the exact same indicator/sidelight system as Austin Maxi. The Mini Clubman is meant to change the upmarket Riley and Wolseley models. An innovative new design, dubbed the 1275 GT, is slated once the replacement the 998 cc Mini Cooper. The Clubman home changed the Countryman and Traveller. The first "round-front" design remained in manufacturing alongside the Clubman and 1275 GT.
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Creation of the Clubman and 1275 GT have off to a slow start as the vehicles included "lots of manufacturing adjustment" including the relocation of tooling through the producer's Cowley plant toward Longbridge plant: few vehicles had been paid to subscribers prior to the early period of 1970.

Early domestic markets Clubmans were still delivered on cross-ply tyres despite the fact that by 1970 radials had get to be the norm the vehicle's popular rivals. By 1973 brand-new Minis were, automagically, becoming delivered with radial tyres, though cross-plies might be specified by special order, offering Brit buyers a price preserving of £8.
Mini 1275 GT

The 1275 GT is frequently wrongly referred to as the "Mini Clubman 1275 GT". The official title ended up being constantly simply the "Mini 1275 GT", therefore is another, distinct model from the Clubman.

In 1971, the 1,275 cc Mini Cooper S was discontinued in the UK, leaving the Mini 1275 GT since the only sporting Mini for sale for the rest of the decade. Innocenti in Italy, however, continued creating their form of the Mini Cooper for a while. As the UK built 1275 GT had not been almost because fast as a 1275 Mini Cooper S, it absolutely was economical purchase, run, and insure. It absolutely was initial Mini become loaded with a tachometer. In addition it featured a standard-fit close-ratio gearbox. Performance associated with 1275GT was lively for the time, achieving 0–60 miles per hour in 12.9 seconds, in addition to exceptional midrange torque provided a 30–50 mph time in top gear of just nine moments. The bluff front side, however, designed your model struggled to achieve 90 miles per hour.

Through the 1970s, British Leyland continued to produce the classic 1959 "round-front" build, alongside the more recent Clubman and 1275 GT versions. The long-nose Clubman and 1275 GT supplied better crash protection, were best complete, together with best under-bonnet access, nonetheless they were more costly and aerodynamically inferior to the original 1959 design. The Mini Clubman and 1275 GT are changed in 1980 because of the newer hatchback Austin Metro, while production of the original "round-front" Mini design continuing for the next 20 years. At the conclusion of Clubman and 1275 GT production, 275,583 Clubman saloons, 197,606 Clubman properties and 110,673 1275 GTs was made.
Australian Continent
The Leyland Mini LS was produced by Leyland Australian Continent from 1977 to 1978

The Australian markets, all Minis including the Van gained the Clubman front in 1971 even though automobile was still basically a Mk we behind the A-Pillar. The Australian van hence became truly the only Clubman Van produced all over the world. From mid-1971 to the end of 1972, a Clubman GT version of the saloon ended up being created. This was basically a Cooper S in Clubman body, built with equivalent 7.5-inch disc brake system, twin gasoline tanks, and twin-carburettor Cooper S 1,275 cc system. Australian Clubman saloons were advertised beneath the Morris Mini Clubman name when launched in August 1971, and as the Leyland Mini, without the Clubman name, from February 1973.

To get rid of Mini production in Australia, a finite edition runout model is created − the 1275LS. Fitted with a pollution control 1,275 cc system sourced from European countries, the LS had one 1.5-inch carburettor and 8.4-inch disc brake system. Production of this model commenced in July 1978 and concluded in October 1978 with an approximate total of 810 automobiles produced.
The Mark III Mini had a customized bodyshell with enough modifications to start to see the factory code vary from ADO15 to ADO20. The most obvious adjustment were bigger doorways with hidden hinges. Client requirements resulted in the sliding microsoft windows being replaced with winding house windows—although some Australian-manufactured Mark I Minis had adopted this feature in 1965. The suspension reverted from Hydrolastic to rubber cones as a cost-saving measure.

Manufacturing on Cowley plant is ended, and the easy name Mini totally changed the separate Austin and Morris companies. In April 1974 a heater became standard equipment regarding basic Mini 850 besides, having right now been within the standard specification of other models for some time.

Inside belated 1970s, Innocenti introduced the Innocenti 90 and 120, Bertone-designed hatchbacks on the basis of the Mini system. Bertone also developed a Mini Cooper equivalent, christened the Innocenti De Tomaso, that sported a 1275 cc engine much like the MG Metro engine, but with an 11-stud mind, a unique inlet manifold, and made use of the "A" clutch instead of the "Verto" type. In addition utilized homokinetic shafts as opposed to plastic couplings.

The Mini is nonetheless well-known in Britain, but appeared increasingly outdated in the face of more recent and much more practical competitors. Because the belated sixties, tactics was indeed in position for a newer and much more useful supermini to displace it, although the Mini ended up being nonetheless really the only automobile for this dimensions built by British Leyland the home market.

Through the 1980s and 1990s the British markets gotten numerous "unique editions" of the Mini, which changed the vehicle from a mass-market product into a fashionable symbol. It absolutely was this picture that possibly aided the Mini come to be these types of an asset for BMW, which later bought the remnants of BMC as Rover team. It had been a lot more popular in Japan, which took the lion's share of the circa 40,000 Minis created yearly in the early 1990s. It absolutely was seen truth be told there as a retro-cool symbol, and encouraged many imitators. The period Mini Turbo had been specially popular with Japanese buyers.

In 1994, under Bernd Pischetsrieder, a primary cousin when removed of Issigonis, BMW took control over the Rover Group, including the Mini, fitting an airbag to conform to European legislation.

By March 2000, Rover ended up being still suffering massive loss, and BMW chose to dispose of most of the organizations. The sell-off had been finished in May that seasons. MG and Rover decided to go to Phoenix, a fresh Brit consortium; and land-rover ended up being sold to Ford Motor organization. BMW retained the Mini title in addition to in the offing new-model, granting Rover temporary rights into the brand and and can manufacture and promote the run-out style of the older Mini. By April 2000, the product range consisted of four models: the Mini Vintage Seven, the Mini Timeless Cooper, the Mini Timeless Cooper athletics and—for international European markets—the Mini Knightsbridge. The last Mini is constructed on 4 October 2000 and introduced on British Motor Industry Heritage rely upon December of the 12 months. A complete of 5,387,862 cars was produced, almost 1.6million of which are marketed in Britain, even though greater part of we were holding marketed at least two decades ahead of the Mini's demise, and therefore the majority of those marketed have been scrapped before the end of the earliest Mini's production lifestyle.

After the last regarding the Mini production had been offered, the 'Mini' title reverted to BMW ownership. The latest design produced by BMW is officially unrelated into the old vehicle but retains the classic transverse four-cylinder, front-wheel-drive setup and "bulldog" stance of initial.

The last Mini to go out of the Longbridge plant did so in 2012, whenever a 1970s 1275GT which was used by staff to visit across the car plant had been restored from the disused tunnels under the plant. The car ended up being harmed by a storage container dropping upon it and had been kept without an engine or gearbox for approximately 30 years before becoming restored during strive to infill the tunnels. This car was offered at auction in July 2013 for £1400.


The system replaces the split springs and dampers of a conventional suspension program with incorporated, area efficient, fluid loaded, displacer devices, which are interconnected between the front side and back tires on each region of the vehicle.

Each displacer product have a rubberized springtime, and damping try accomplished by the displaced substance moving through plastic valves. The displaced fluid passes into the displacer of paired wheel, hence offering a dynamic communication between front side and back tires. When a front wheel encounters a bump fluid are utilized in the matching backside displacer then lowers the rear wheel, for this reason raising the rear, minimising pitch associated with the bump. Obviously the opposite occurs when it's a rear wheel that encounters a bump. This result is specially good on smaller cars because their shorter wheelbases tend to be more affected by pitching.

However, one of the keys enhancement over mainstream suspension is that the front/rear interconnection allows the car to-be stiffer in roll compared to pitch. Therefore you're able to design a compliant suspension system - providing a comfy trip - without suffering a penalty when it comes to extortionate roll when cornering. In roll, there is absolutely no transference of substance through the displacers, thus its interior stress rises. Really the only "give" in the suspension takes place because of the inherent freedom of this rubberized springs. They are obviously rigid.

In pitch, as described above, fluid are displaced front to back, thus pressure when you look at the program remains effectively the exact same, and so the suspension system is a lot more compliant.

The style for the displacer devices, as well as the way in which they have been installed means while the suspension system is squeezed, the displacer deforms, and hence presents a larger region into installation dishes. The stress within the program was thus acting over a bigger room, and hence using extra power. Thus giving the suspension system a sharply rising rates in pitch, to ensure there clearly was a powerful habit of come back to balance. Without this increasing speed there is no efficient pitch weight after all.

Vehicles with Hydrolastic suspension system manage, however, have a noticeable tendency to squat under acceleration, and to diving under braking. This involves smart design of the suspension system equipment to reduce these forces, and also to maximise the rising price characteristic.
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