This is the last 1275LS to be produced, and obviously the highest chassis number known. This car is quite well known, being located at the Birdwood motor museum Australian Motor Museum in South Australia. The car was donated by Leyland at the end of mini production. Unlike the previous ten cars to this one, this car was not actually fitted with a plaque on the dash confirming it was the last made - only the cars sold externally through delaers had these plaques.

For further information about the 1275LS, search our vehicle register where we now have a very large number of vehicles, or have a look at our detailed ID Guide for both the 1275LS, and 998LS. These can be found here:

http://classicregister.com/id-guides/how-identify-1978-leyland-mini-1275-ls

http://classicregister.com/content/how-identify-1977-1978-leyland-mini-998-ls

If you have a 1275LS, feel free to sign up and add your car to the register, or send us the details so we can add it.

Vehicle details

Added on 15 Nov 2015
Vehicle Location: Country: 
Australia
Location: 
Unknown Unknown
Engine Number: 
12H902UH000843
Build date: 
built in October 1978
Current Mileage/Kilometers: 
Unknown
Paint Colour/Code: 
Hi-Ho Silver: Dulon, Paint Code 562-17553
Interior Colour/Code: 
Not Available
Chassis Number: 
XNFAD18Y 10####
Transmission: 
Manual (floor shift)
Other ID/Number: 
N/A
Body Type: 
Coupe
Engine Fuel Type: 
Petrol (4 stroke)

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