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Vehicle Name Way's Classic
Year 1966
Make Mini
Model Cooper S
Color Custom Blue
1966 Mini Cooper S
1966 Mini Cooper S 1966 Mini Cooper S 1966 Mini Cooper S
History This is an Original Cooper S that was being built by an old man who passed. I bought the car after that and still working to finishing it to the standards he had.
Exterior
4 piston big front brakes,
molded fender flairs,
twin flip fuel caps,
Lucas PL lamps
hot rod 3rd brake lamp

Interior
Cust blue and black tweed interior with embroidered Cooper S logos on seats. Original John Cooper steering wheel.

Under the Bonnet
Built motor,
fast street cam,
high lift roller rockers,
alum ported polished head,
twin 1 1/2 carbs,
high comp. pistons,
late rod change gearbox,
fast street clutch,
Chromed parts
AE fittings on everything
Blue silicone radiator and heater hoses
Chrome starter motor
10 row oil cooler
SS oil cooler lines

Suspension
Adj, high lows,
spax shocks
Adjustable conrol arms

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Yokohama's
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Old 11-28-2012, 07:20 AM   #2
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What a Great find! And it's good to know it's in the hands of someone who will appreciate it and not just trailer it to shows and events but a enthusiast who will actually drive and enjoy it! Enjoy and thanks for sharing!
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Old 11-28-2012, 08:03 AM   #3
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Like that car! especially because its my birth year.
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Old 11-28-2012, 06:02 PM   #4
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Nice Mini! I'm glad that y'all have it. Now just teach it to talk and tell us it's story.

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Nice classic!
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You need better wheels on this classic. Pitured rims do not do justice to this classic...
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You need better wheels on this classic. Pitured rims do not do justice to this classic...

100% agree ...... You need some classic mini lites.
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