Morris 1967

Mini Minor - discontinued
Mini Mk II - new model
Minor 1000  
1100/1300 - new model
Oxford Mk VI  
Mini-Moke  
1800  

Great Britain


 

Mini-Minor

Mini-Minor wb: 4 cyl.
848 cc
37 bhp
4 cyl.
998 cc
70 bhp
4 cyl.
1275 cc
76 bhp
- discontinued
Saloon 80.2 in.
(2032 mm)
Cooper Cooper
S 1275
 
Traveller 84.2 in.
(2138 mm)
- -  
Pick-up 84.2 in.
(2138 mm)
- -  
Van 84.2 in.
(2138 mm)
- -  

 


Mini Cooper

Mini Traveller

Mascot (Mini)
 

Mini Mk II

Mini wb: 4 cyl.
848 cc
37 bhp
4 cyl.
998 cc
42 bhp
4 cyl.
998 cc
70 bhp
4 cyl.
1275 cc
76 bhp
- new model
Saloon 80.2 in.
(2032 mm)
850 1000 Cooper
998
Cooper
1275 S
 
Estate 84.2 in.
(2138 mm)
- Traveller - -  
Pick-up 84.2 in.
(2138 mm)
         
Van 84.2 in.
(2138 mm)
         

 

In October the Mark 2 range was launched with facelift and upgraded equipment Morris Mini range as follows: 850, 850 SDL, 1000 SDL, Cooper 998 and Cooper 1275 S 2-door saloons and 1000 Traveller 3-door estate. Austin Mini range as follows: 850, 1000, Cooper 998 and Cooper 1275 S 2-door saloons and 1000 Countryman 3-door estate.. Optional automatic transmission available on all Austin models (except 850) and Morris Mini 1000 SDL saloon. Optional 42 bhp 998cc engine, remote gear change, wider rear screen, bigger tail lights, squarer grille, and improved brakes.
 

Minor 1000

wb: 86 in
(2184 mm)
R4 cyl.
1098 cc
48 bhp
Saloon 2-dr
Saloon 4-dr
DHC
Traveller

 

1100 and 1275
1100 Mk II and 1300 Mk II

wb: 93.5 in.
(2375 mm)
4 cyl.
1098 cc
48 bhp
4 cyl.
1275 cc
58 bhp
Saloon 4-dr 1100 1300
Saloon 2-dr 1100 1300
Estate 2-dr Traveller Traveller

 

1100 - Summer 1967: Single-carb, 58bhp 1275cc engine speculatively fitted to the four up-market models (MG, Wolseley, Riley, VP) but still with original body-style; these cars were badged "1275".October 1967: "Mark II" bodywork (with cropped rear fins) introduced on all ADO16s except the estates, which always retained the original rear design. At the same time, the 1300 version was formally introduced (still with the 58bhp 1275cc engine) in all six marques (so at this time, the MG version was no faster than any other - probably slightly slower due to its extra metalwork). All 1100 models, which were produced with the revised bodywork, were known as 1100 MkIIs, but with the 1300s, the Austin and Morris versions were called MkII (even though there had never been a previous 1300 version) while the four upmarket models did without the mark designation at this stage.

1300 Traveller

1100 Mk II / 1300 Mk II
 

Oxford series VI

wb: 100.3 in.
(2548 mm)
4 cyl.
1622 cc
61 bhp
 
Saloon  
Traveller  

 

 

1800

wb: 106 in.
(2700 mm)
4 cyl.
1798 cc
84 bhp
 
Saloon 1800  

 

 

Mini-Moke

  4 cyl.
848 cc
34 bhp
 
     

 


1965