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Tamiya Mini Cooper 1275S Rallycar Racecar Plastic Model Car Kit 1/24 Scale #24048
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Mini Cooper 1275S Rallycar Racecar

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1/24 Scale Tamiya #TAM24048. The basic design came from Sir Alec Issigonis, a British subject from Greece, in 1959. To that John Cooper, of racing fame souped up the engine and it was so well received by the B.M.C. (British Motor Company) that they produced it in quantity, giving it the name of Morris Mini Cooper, and therein lies the saga of the Monte Mini. Initially, the Morris Mini was a comfortable, compact, about the town, automobile, that was easy to drive and park. It could carry four large English gentlemen with ease or four rather stout English Women. It has a top speed of about 87 mph, but it could out perform the great Porsches.
Tamiya Morris Mini Cooper Racecar Rallycar Plastic Model Car Kit 1/24 Scale #24130
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Morris Mini Cooper Racecar Rallycar

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1/24 Scale Tamiya #TAM24130. This is a 1/24 Plastic Morris Mini Cooper Racing Vehicle from Tamiya. For ages 10 and over.
Tamiya Austin Mini Cooper Plastic Model Car Kit 1/24 Scale #24235
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Austin Mini Cooper

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1/24 Scale Tamiya #TAM24235. Genius designer Sir Alec Issigonis was the driving force behind the quintessential British automobile, the Mini. In 1959, the British Motor Company released two versions of the Mini based on their Morris and Austin brands-the Morris Mini Minor and the Austin Seven. The most salient characteristic of the Mini was its roominess. Despite a 3m body length, the Mini could comfortably fit four large adults with room to spare. This economy of space was accomplished by using a compact two-box layout, which positioned the transmission and gearbox in the oil sump. Four-wheel independent suspension and small diameter 10" wheels ensured a low and balanced ride. The popularity of the Mini grew and soon t
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