A Rare Icon Perfect For The Astute Collector, the 1969 Morris Mini Deluxe Presented in Malmo Green with a Beige Leather Interior and an Incredibly Low 25000 miles Travelled From New. Featuring a 4 Speed Manual Transmission, National Radio/Cassette Player, Wind Up Windows, Extensive Documentation and More.
In Australia, 1965 saw the release of the redesigned Australian Morris Mini Deluxe, built in Zetland, Sydney, by the Australian British Motor Corporation before being sold to a buyer in Fremantle, Western Australia. The 1969 model featured redesigned doors with conventional interior handles and wind up windows (with quarter vents), hydrolastic suspension, key operated starter, a remote gearshift mechanism (like the Cooper) and the engine was upgraded to the 998 cc version. Production of the Australian Morris Mini Deluxe continued until 1969.
The 50-year-old Mini is surprisingly spacious inside. Thanks to its transverse-mounted engine and front-wheel-drive configuration, it frees up a lot of cabin space, so the front passenger and driver enjoy plenty of legroom. The interior is very basic, with just a large instrument cluster in the centre, and stacks of room beside it. It won?t stop you from taking a corner without lifting your foot off the throttle. Because the Mini sits closer to the ground than todays versions, it has barely any body roll and sticks to the road like glue. You will laugh hysterically at how ridiculously fun this little car is.
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