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This is a very rare mini 998 LS. The 998 LS was introduced as the successor to the mini S and SS, and was considered a top spec model. The 998 LS in some ways was more equipped than the 1275 LS, with items such as grille mounted foglights standard (whilst these features were optional on the 1275 LS.

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This 1275 LS was last seen for sale in May 2013, in Tewantin QLD. If anyone has any information about the car, including the engine number, pictures or where it ended up, please let us know. Like many others on the register, this one is fitted with a sunroof, which may have been sone in the factory, by the dealer, or aftermarket. If anyone has information on the types of sunroof's fitted factory or by dealers, let us know so we can more accurately describe the cars.

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About this 1275 LS

This 1275 LS is an interesting one with a vinyl roof.  I was aware that 998 LS cars often came with factory vinyl roof covering, however, I was not aware this was continued on the 1275 LS. This may be a custom job, however, if anyone is aware whether this was done on the 1275 cars from the factory, that information would be appreciated.

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About this 1275 LS

We do not have all the details of this car, however, we do have the beginning of the chassis number for reference. If anyone knows the car, please let us know the remaining chassis and engine number details. Based on the start of the chassis number we have, I have estimated that this car was produced in August 1978.

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About this 1275 LS

Here is a very clean example of a restored 1275 LS. The owner has opted to do away with the 12" steel rims, and replace them with 12" minilites, which is a very common move, and thankfully to LS collectors, has made the original steel rims and hubcaps in reasonable supply on gumtree and ebay over the years.

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About this 1275 LS

This is a particularly interesting 1275 LS, given that the entire body shell has been de seemed, with even the wheel arch flares moulded into the bodywork. A lot of work has been done to achieve this, and the car looks amazing, but unfortunately these modifications have come at the cost of some of the cars originality.

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This 1275 LS appears in very good condition, suggesting it has been restored to original condition at some point. Surprisingly, the restorer was able to obtain some original trim - the corduroy style red fabric in the silver cars, which as far as I am aware, does not exist anymore.

A common additional feature on the 70's minis was the rear window louvre. These were a factory option, however, were often purchased separately and added to the cars. There seem to be a large number of louvre's which come up on ebay and gumtree for mini's in Australia from time to time. 

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About this 1275 LS

This 1275 LS was last advertised for sale in 2006, when it was located in Geelong, VIC. If anyone has information about the current location or status of this mini, please get in contact with us so we can accurately record additional information on this register.

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About this 1275 LS

This car was for sale in 2012, located in the ACT.  I am not sure where this car ended up, so again, if anyone has information, please pass this on so we can add the information to classic register. In particular, we don't know the engine number for this car, which is important data to have.

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About this 1275 LS

This car appeared for sale online around 2012. If anyone has further information, particularly with respect to the engine and chassis number, please pass these details on so we can accurately record this in the register.