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 Under hood emissions/EPA compliance label.

 Created by: 805minis
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 Posted: Mar 5, 2023 11:47AM
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I fear you're about to discover how difficult it can be to register a post-67 Mini in California.

They don't meet the EPA regs.

 Posted: Mar 3, 2023 05:12PM
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Import of new classic Minis to the U.S. ceased before there were EPA vehicle emissions requirements, so there never was an EPA emissions sticker for classic Minis.

 Posted: Mar 2, 2023 10:40AM
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Does anybody have, or has anybody ever seen an EPA compliance or engine family sticker under the hood of a classic mini cooper? I've seen them on Rover minis, but never on anything pre-80's. We are currently in the process having a VIN verification done on a 72 mini from outside of CA, and the DMV is asking for an under hood emissions label. As far as I can tell there is no such thing, nor has there ever been. Does anybody have any idea of that the emissions or engine family number would be? Not a tune up or carb adjustment sticker, or a vacuum diagram or anything like that, but a vehicle emissions label.