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Posted By: John Roberts
Posted On: Wednesday January 1, 2020 at 12:02 PM
 
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Very interesting Harv. I always wondered why there wasn't an MG version...
but then the Cooper versions probably filled the sporty Mini gap. I think the real car as modelled has been modified, the Webasto sunroof is a later addition, and the aforesaid number plates. Just my theory anyway which may be totally wrong!There are three or four prototype Minis at the Gaydon Museum and another at the Atwell-Wilson Museum in Calne - on loan from Gaydon.

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An MG that might have been. by Harvey Goranson #27065
This one intrigues me Harvey. I know Autocult makes very obscure models.... by John Roberts #27065.1
John - Here, in part, is what AutoCult has to say. by Harvey Goranson #27065.1.1
Very interesting Harv. I always wondered why there wasn't an MG version... by John Roberts #27065.1.1.1
And in those early years before British Leyland emerged they had by Don Anderson #27065.2
Odd as it might seem to us now by John Kuliak #27065.2.1
I thought it was a great looking car for its time. Unfortunately, it was notoriously unreliable. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27065.2.1.1
I thought it was hideous and a big let down from the beautiful TR-6. by Jack Dodds #27065.2.1.1.1




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