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Description Skip & Elaine Laughlin's 1972 Mini Countryman. The wheels and mirrors are later additions. Also the turn indicators originally had amber glass rather than clear glass and amber bulbs.
Date February 2006
Source Photographed by Steve Baker in Feb 2006.
Author User SteveBaker on en.wikipedia
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