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 Mk 2 Cooper S engine number needed

 Created by: PeterPentz
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Jan 21, 2022 02:42AM Edgerton Edited: Jan 21, 2022 08:30PM 
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Jan 15, 2022 07:24PM PeterPentz  
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 Posted: Jan 21, 2022 02:42AM
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The correct prefix on an Australian MK2 Cooper S should begin with 9FXEY, followed by an engine number, usually 6 digits. The engine number is located on the top of the engine block, just above the alternator.

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If you have the vin, you can get a Heritage Certificate and they will tell you your engine number. You can get a replacement engine tag here from our host I believe.

 Posted: Jan 16, 2022 10:24PM
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The remainder of the engine identification process becomes a little more challenging. Apart from having to deal with the numerous Mini engines, one must also consider the fact that transverse engines from many other English automobiles of the era found their way into Minis. Initially, the 1100 and 1300 series of automobiles were the most popular.

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Does anyone have a 1275 Cooper S Mk2  engine number / plate they want to part with (number range 9F-XE-Y47323 to 55234).
The lower the number range the better, the car I am fitting it to is a late 67, and not actually a Cooper S - it is one of the last Broadspeed GTS cars produced !
Unfortunately the cars engine dissapeared some years ago, but the chassis number (Broadspeed) is absolutely correct and welded to the body.
I have an correct period 1275 Cooper S engine and gearbox for the car, but the engine number is missing.

As a swap I have a paired Mk1 1071 Cooper S chassis and engine plate !

Anyone interested ?

Regards,
Peter