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1964 Morris Mini Minor Super Deluxe MkI [ADO15]

1964 Morris Mini Minor MkI [ADO15] in The Brothers, TV Series, 1972-1976 IMDB Ep. 1.01

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1964 Morris Mini Minor Super Deluxe MkI [ADO15]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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johnfromstaffs EN

2015-11-05 09:21

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Considering that it must have been 7 or 8 years old at the time, it's in remarkable condition. They had usually rotted away by that age.

JCB UK

2015-11-05 11:24

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Suppose some must have been well looked after !

ingo DE

2015-11-08 22:32

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JCB wrote Suppose some must have been well looked after !

@JCB: a propos "looked after": during the last 11 days on GB-roads (I'm on the Outer Hebrides now) I saw exactly TWO original UK-trucks, a Foden tipper and a Dennis garbage truck. That's all.
:think: was there a Foden 4x4? If yes,there may one as a show object in front of a garage along the A82 (Crianlarich? Tyndrum?)

JCB UK

2017-09-03 22:22

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2 years late , yes there was a Foden 4x4 but just a prototype or two for the army . I have vague memories of seeing a photo of one in civilian life as twin boom wrecker.

-- Last edit: 2017-09-03 22:23:35

dsl SX

2017-09-03 22:36

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^ Was briefly up in Helmsdale (Sutherland) a couple of weeks ago, and 2 semi-derelict Fodens parked up - one possibly ex-military was local recovery wrecker for lorries/coaches getting stuck on the A9 (accidents/snow etc), the other an ex-Lothian (as signwritten) snow plough - no chance of photos or to note the plates, but they were both butch heavy-duty square cabs (1990s??). Also saw several Swiss-plate Reliant Scimitar GT and GTE heading south on the A9 from Helmsdale - maybe a Swiss Reliant club tour of the NC500??

JCB UK

2017-09-03 22:49

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Military bought lots of 6x6 Fodens and the Ministry of Transport had a lot of 6x4 Gritters.
Kept Foden going in 70s and 80s.
Many later passed down into civvy use.

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