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1966 Morris Mini Cooper S 1275 MkI [ADO50]

1966 Morris Mini Cooper S 1275 MkI [ADO50] in 30 Years of the RAC Rally, Documentary, 1991

Class: Cars, Supermini — Model origin: UK

1966 Morris Mini Cooper S 1275 MkI [ADO50]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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stronghold EN

2006-09-19 01:11

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stronghold EN

2006-09-19 01:24

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dsl SX

2010-12-21 13:16

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Livery looks identical to the rare Corgi Mini Cooper S (model #333, released Feb 67) of 1966 RAC/Sun Rally works entry #21 (see for instance the blank roundel on driver's door), so this car #12 would be another works entry. Corgi used their Austin casting for the model, but no idea if this was accurate nor yet of the drivers.

dsl SX

2011-09-18 15:43

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Update: car #12 on 1966 RAC was Timo Makinen/Paul Easter in a 1275cc Cooper S, GRX 5D, retired. GRX 5D is a famous works car, still preserved but now reshelled as Mk2 ( http://www.theitalianjob.com/worksminis_GRX5D.htm ).

dsl SX

2017-03-28 00:15

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Seems Corgi's depiction of #21 as Austin was wrong - GRX 195D was Morris. Although #12 GRX 5D's branding is unresolved (it survives but reshelled as Mk2, and other photos unclear) I'm thinking this is more likely to be a Morris. There were 6 works Cooper S on this event, and if 4th thumb is same car, it is a Morris - see /vehicle.php?id=1016553

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