The Mark VII Mini, from 1996, was the final version. It had twin point injection with front-mounted radiator, a full-width dashboard replaces the original shelf, internal bonnet release, an air bag on driver's side. The basic Mini was the 1.3i, the other model in the range being the Mini Cooper. The end of production in October 2000 not only signalled the end of original Mini production after 41 years, but also brought about the demise of the 1275cc engine which had powered the Mini and numerous other BMC, British Leyland, and Austin Rover Group cars for more than 30 years.
1999 Rover Mini Cooper in British racing green with a white roof, leather interior, walnut dash, door caps and window winders. The car has been refurbished and is described by the vendor to be in cracking condition. The car comes with most of the service history but not quite enough to verify the mileage of 45315 although it is believed to be correct.
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