1986 Mini Cooper.

January 5, 2013

9 comments
Torino previously seen around the corner.

9 comments:

joey said...

That's a second-generation Montero in the background. I had a gray/black '93. It looked like an insurgent vehicle.

Anonymous said...

What about that 1st gen Torino in the backgroud of 3rd picture?

Anonymous said...

It looks like a late 90:s model. The badges, stripes, mirrors, rearlights, wheels, fender mounted turn signals, the modern uk license plate etc all suggests late 90:s

Vracktal said...

It's an 1985-1986 model, the UK licence plate under the US one is a C reg which is Auguat 1985 to July 1986.

Ben Piff said...

Weird, the guy I talked to said it was a 69 but was titled as a 72. Or vice versa. Vracktal, your info sounds pretty hard to deny.

adam.giguere said...

They're usually titled as older models to get around the 25 year restriction.

Anonymous said...

I would say that's definitely an 80s car. C reg cars are definitely as Vracktal says. If the number plate was the other way round, the H at the end could refer to a 1969 car but its definitely a more modern number plate than that. Also the side indicators don't seem to be there on 60s cars.

Justin said...

That Torino is definitely OPC'able. Like the mismatched pass. side fender on the Mini, gives it personality.

Ben Piff said...

Torino previously seen around the corner. Glad you guys noticed ;)