Produced between September 1967 and January 1970, the MkII Mini Cooper ‘S’ is arguably the best mix of MkI quirkiness and MkIII practicality.
During this two and a half year period, BMC manufactured a total of 6,329 of these fabulous cars, this is how that total production is made up:
With less than 1,500 cars produced for the home market, the mkII ‘S’ is a relatively rare beast. Currently there are 426 cars registered, a survival rate of 7% of the total production or 29% of the home market production.
The aim of the MkII ‘S’ register is to:
Record and maintain a database of surviving cars
Provide help and support to MCR members wanting to purchase a MkII ‘S’
Help existing owners with technical and specification queries
Trace the history of cars for existing or potential owners
Promote the use and enjoyment of the MkII ‘S’ within the MCR
Registrar: Nick Hunter
To find out more please contact our MCR Registrar Help Desk, firstname.lastname@example.org. They will then deal with your enquiry either by responding directly or forwarding your enquiry to the appropriate registrar. Alternatively details can always be found in the monthly club magazine, CooperWorld.