1968 Morris Cooper 1000
The Mark II Mini was launched at the 1967 British Motor Show, improving upon an already classic and very popular design. The Mark II featured a redesigned grille, a larger rear window and many cosmetic changes, and by the end production was over, a total of 429,000 Mk II Minis were unleashed out into the wild. There’s more than one version, and plenty of people to say their favorite one is the best of all time; who’s to say is right?
Various Mini types were made in Pamplona, Spain, by the Authi company from 1968 onwards, under the Morris name, and this particularly cool vehicle might just be one of them. This customized 1968 Morris Cooper 1000 proves every car looks better with a stunning blonde behind the wheel – none shall argue with that. The name hints towards technical details of the vehicle, which most likely packs a 1052cc inline 4-cylinder engine, mated to a manual 4-speed gearbox; however, all of that become irrelevant once we get a glimpse of the hottie!