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Hagerty Employee

NEW PROJECT! Our latest rebuild finally enters the garage

For this week's Redline Update, it might be bet to get an appropriate snack of tea and crumpets. The newest Redline Rebuild project has arrived and God Save the Queen is playing on the shop stereo. It's dimensionally small, but big on character.
https://www.hagerty.com/media/videos/new-project-our-latest-rebuild-finally-enters-the-garage/
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JoBar
Pit Crew

We've had two Mini's and the easy way to access the engine/trans is to drop the subframe with engine, lift the body higher, and roll the subframe unit out from under the car then go at it from there. Much easier than trying to weasel the engine/trans out through the top.
Joe
TA76
Detailer

Why? and don't answer "why not" cuz it is just a little seen or driven car here in the US with a small following. Boring. JMHO
Markvj
New Driver

Really enjoy these videos. Love the new project!
MGBTGKG
New Driver

I had a 1963 Mini Countryman woody wagon, right-hand drive with the 850cc - 36hp motor, "magic wand" shifter and non-synchro first gear. Upgraded it with some bolt on Cooper S parts to a whopping 50hp (est). Still wouldn't get out of its own way, so I sold it on. Fun to drive on the flat or downhill.