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Created: May 31, 2019
TOP SELLING CAR PART CATEGORIES...for your classic Mini Want to know what your fellow classic car enthusiasts are looking for? Below you will find the four of our TOP SELLING categories of classic car parts.
Created: May 06, 2019
Looking to make some DIY performance upgrades to your Classic Mini? These are some of the most popular performance upgrades available for the DIY car owner. The experts at Mini Mania have given each DIY project a rating on ease of completion; 1 being easy and 5 being difficult, to help you prioritize your DIY projects.
Created: April 26, 2019
When it comes to the classic Mini, there is a lot of misinformation out there. Fortunately there are some experts like our Don Racine who are able to help clarify some of the top tech concerns about caring for your Classic Mini including oil, cooling systems, electrical, brakes and more!
Created: April 18, 2018
5 Mechanical Upgrades to Turn your Classic Mini into a Modern vehicle.
Created: January 12, 2018
You can save big with Classic Mini part kits. Here are just a handful of our many money saving kit options.
Created: April 23, 2013
How to Tie Your Mini Down to a Trailer When you push, pull or drive the mini onto the trailer, step on the brake pedal and firmly apply the parking brake. On some minis, especially project cars that have been sitting for years, both actions may have no appreciable effect. Placing the tran...
Created: September 21, 2010
NPT stands for National Pipe Taper, and is the most common U.S. standard for pipe fittings. NPT fittings are measured on the internal diameter of the fitting.
Created: January 15, 2007
Upgrades for the Mini Cooper MPI/TBI modelsThis is the 3rd installment in a series of articles that are intended to provide some insight and direction to new owners of the late model range of Classic Mini Cooper. (Part One & Two can be found here) The term MPI and/or TBI is often used to identify the range of cars produced by the Rover factory in 1996 and continued unto the end of the production of the Mini Cooper. The best way to identify one of these models is that all production (except those produced for Japan) had front mounted radiators and no distributor.