Question: What’s small, nimble, a little bigger than a go kart, loved the world over, and can run on motors borrowed from two wheel vehicles as well as four wheel vehicles? Classic Mini’s of course!
I don’t post a whole lot of Mini’s around here so a Mini Theme Tuesday has been long over due. However, before I get to posting more of the current generation I’ve got to give a head nod to the ones that started it all.
This weeks Theme Tuesday was powered by Ollie and his vast photo collection and sizable Mini knowledge.
Thanks to him if I ever come into lots of money a Honda powered Mini will be in my stable along with lots of other hybrid cars…
Wow, giant thanks to both Dave and Ollie. All of these mini’s are fantastic.
your welcome joe we’v been sending each other pics for weeks with enough content to do 4 theme tuesdays lol but this is a wicked edit that sports pack at the top is how thay all started life (or worse) good idea dave, so whats next? ;D
You didn’t post the best classic Mini of all: Mr. Bean’s!!!!!!
LOL…great Theme Tuesday…such great quality Minis 🙂
Minis honda powered?!?! That’s a disgrace to them.. minis are too classy
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Is it just me or is that AWD mini missing rear drive shafts? Doesn’t make it any less awesome thou!
not being a purist, love the b16 powered minis. it’s just the perfect engine swap. a small revvy bulletproof engine with loads of mods available. (ok, maybe i’m a bit biased since i run one daily)
Driver’s name is Death! Foreboding…
Hey, I was wondering if anyone has more photos of teh green car at the very end? Along with some specs…
While they are easily confused, the car you have labeled as a Wolseley Hornet is in fact a Riley Elf. The Wolseley would have a Wolseley Badge in the Grille, whereas the Riley, well you get the idea.