Restoration Project Complete! 1967 Mini Cooper S

Written by on May 24, 2017 in MINI Cooper, Restoration with 6 Comments
Mini Cooper S Restoration

Waiting next to a friend to go back home.

We’re incredibly pleased with how the restoration of this Mini Cooper S turned out. The car looks fantastic and drives even better. It’s honestly one of the nicest driving and best-handling Minis we’ve ever driven. We updated the car with four-wheel, power-assist disc brakes which work beautifully. The suspension is very trick with a coil spring conversion, sways bars front and rear, and fully adjustable control arms. The suspension is very smooth, but it sure does handle amazingly on the road.

Mini Cooper S Restoration

For the upholstery, our client wanted something luxurious but also sporty. And we feel we delivered. The upholstery was all fully restored with leather, and even heated seats were installed for comfort. The wood dash looks fantastic and really sets off the upholstery. Did we mention how comfortable it is?

Mini Cooper Interior Restoration

You can view our previous project post, here:

And please take a minute or two to check out the full set of photos of this awesome Cooper S!

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. Paco says:

    1967.. ???? ….. lol ….

  2. Administrator says:

    I don’t understand. Why is that funny?

  3. Armytrix UK says:

    Wow, good job guys, looks as good as new 🙂

  4. Administrator says:

    Thanks! It was a fun project. 🙂

  5. Mark Cluning says:

    Congratulations on a great resto. I’m still working through my 78 Clubman S. Slow and steady wins the race.

  6. Dean Cook says:

    What seats were used in the restoration?

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