Like most sane people, I've always wanted a mini. Never got one though; till now and under what have to be considered the best of circumstances. My current project (I always have one) is a 1969 bronco. Yesterday I finished up with an axle swap, snapped a photo of the truck and sent it off to a few friends and family members, and that started something unexpected. Five minutes later my father called and said he was at a friend's house who was a fellow gearhead. Anyway, he has a RHD '66 mini "country wagon" that needed a good home and did I want it? Well, twist my arm why don't ya! It's "site unseen" at the moment, but apparently in pretty good shape overall. So as soon as I get it home I'll be the proud new papa of a '66 mini that needs brakes and may or may not have an oil pressure problem. It has been started regularly until 3 years ago when the oil pressure didn't come up. I'm hoping its a flaky sending unit, but if there's a known problem that could cause a stored engine to lose oil pressure, please let me know so I don't waste my time diagnosing an issue that isn't there. Also, the little bit of research that I've done has said that the countryman (the only thing I can find that's close to the "country wagon" it was described as) were non-import to the USA... Is that true? Any ideas how many are out there? Also, it's supposedly got a hatchback rear door instead of the swinging barn doors that the countryman wagons I've seen have. Is rear door configuration something that varies from car to car?