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Classic Mini, Mk2 Mini Cooper 1967-1970





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MK2 MINI COOPER 1967-1970


The Mk.II Minis and Coopers were introduced in the Autumn of 1967 and amongst many other body and mechanical changes the design of the seats was altered. The seat frames were retained from the earlier MK.I models, but the seat covers and internal foams were redesigned. The new simulated stitch design used on the seat facings was created using a special “welding” tool on a High Frequency welding machine. Electric impulses together with pressure “weld” the stitch pattern into the material. Mini Cooper were only ever produced with black interiors, but the other models were also available in Tartan Red and Cumulus Grey.

The trim panel design was kept from the Mk.I cars. Our complete trim kits contain all necessary panels and for the Cooper model come with loose black material to cover the dash rails and “A” posts.

Our brand new moulded carpet set for these models will revolutionize the interior of your Mini Cooper. The front carpet is moulded with sound deadening material included. The rear mat also moulded and has sound deadening included as have the front wheel arch pieces and under dash bulkhead. Sill carpets and a vinyl hand brake gaiter complete the kit. A set of carpet clips and floor studs together with fitting instructions are also included.

The headlining kit is made from the original Cream Crackle material as are the matching sunvisors.
All Coopers had a carpeted boot boards fitted. There are two types available, single petrol tank or twin tank applications.

We believe that about 11000 Cooper S models were built with the 1275cc engine. This figure does not include the standard Mini Cooper 998cc models.


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