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Cooooooooooooool — What can I say about the greatest little car ever made, it rocks, hangs on the bends like glue and eats most modern "HOT HATCHES" for breakfast. Mine has a 120 BHP engine, split racing rims, full leather electric fornt seat and a stereo to die for.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: fun

Cons: space

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Austin Mini — You have to love it. The car is so much more than it was ever intended to be. Aside from the ingenius design, it's small and light enough to remind you of the gocart you drove as a kid—but you can drive it on the road. If you're not into cars, mechanically inclined, and/or careful with your things then this sin't the car for you. The basic design was produced for 50 years with little significant change.

Pros: It's the real deal

Cons: not for everyone

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850 In White — Total rust bucket though absolutely fun to drive. When it hit 50mph all my cassettes used to fall of the dashboard

Pros: great to drive and 'go-kart' around

Cons: sloppy gear shift, very rusty

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1979 Austin Mini Reviews

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1978 Austin Mini Reviews

My Forst Car, A Mini. By Tristan

I had a lot of fun with this car, and did a lot of bad things to it. I removed the front seat because my dad knew of 2 bucket seats, so I bolted them to the floor very badly. I removed the front of... Read More

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1977 Austin Mini Reviews

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1976 Austin Mini Reviews

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