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Mini Clubman SRV4 Safety Research Vehicle 1974. One of the vehicles British Leyland produced as part of a joint safety project with the Transport and Road Research Laboratory. It features: a strengthened passenger cell, impact resistant low-mounted bumpers, fully padded interior, and pedestrian-friendly bonnet, longer wheelbase with engine moved forward, high door sills and relocated fuel tank. This vehicle is kept at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, UK.
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