Restoration Project: 1967 Mini Cooper S

Written by on October 18, 2016 in MINI Cooper, Restoration with 4 Comments
Classic Mini Cooper Restoration

Stripped right down to its bare paint!

Classic Mini Coopers are right up there on our list of favorite cars, so we’re always excited to get one in the shop. This particular Cooper came to us in great condition, but our client wants it fully restored to excellent standards. So we’ve rolled up our sleeves and started a full, ground-up, show-quality restoration to make this Mini even better than new.

Classic Mini Cooper Restoration

Starting to put things back together after it got back from paint.

In addition to the restoration, we’ll also be doing some performance upgrades that should really enhance the drivability of the car.

Classic Mini Cooper Restoration

Roll bars!

The photos below show the car stripped to its bare paint, as well how it’s coming together after getting back from paint. We’re just now putting the engine back in!

We’re just getting started, so if you’re interested in following our progress, head on over to our Facebook page and give us a like. Project update announcements will be delivered right to your newsfeed! Comments and questions are always welcome.

Click on any of the following thumbnails for full-size photos. You can navigate through the slides by clicking on the right and left-hand arrows on the photo or using the < and > keys on your keyboard.

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  1. Fantastic car 🙂 Congratulations!

  2. Administrator says:

    Thanks! This was a real labor of love.

    Here is the final product:

  3. Yes! Finally something about classic mercedes.

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