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1976 Mini Varebil [ADO20]

1976 Mini Varebil [ADO20] in Men Olsenbanden var ikke død!, Movie, 1984 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: UK — Made for: N

1976 Mini Varebil [ADO20]

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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ingo DE

2009-10-05 15:41

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Clubman

johnny ford

2009-10-08 04:33

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indeed,

pcavos NL

2009-10-08 17:12

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Definitely not a clubman as it has the smaller rearbumpers and no sliding rear side windows it must be mini95 or minivan

130rapid PL

2009-12-25 00:19

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http://www.classiccarportraits.co.uk/images/Mini_Van.jpg

brizius IT

2010-01-14 00:44

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The Minivan had no windows in the cargo hold. Probably it's the Austin Countryman or the Morris Traveller (depending
brand).

-- Last edit: 2010-01-14 00:45:04

Lateef NO

2011-02-03 18:12

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Kjøretøy: MINI XLV1
Årsmodell: 1976
Førstegangsreg. i Norge: 19760323
Avregistreringsdato: 19870313
Importert: N
Neste PKK: 19800229

Bø-Viks NO

2011-02-03 18:20

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:wow: strange that it dosnt say if its Austin or Morris. Is it somthing in the code XLV1 that can clearify that ? (or mabe XLV1 = eXtra Large Van 1)

dsl SX

2011-02-03 18:53

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Can't explain XLV1, but a couple of comments. By 1976, would be just Mini - no Austin or Morris name applied. Also by 1976, the choice is only a van with windows or a Clubman estate - no ordinary front Traveller/Countryman made after Oct 69. This looks modified (wide arches) but can't tell from photo if van with windows or Clubman with trim and badges removed.

-- Last edit: 2011-02-03 19:18:58

DynaMike NL

2011-02-03 20:00

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Could '46' mean anything for this Mini? XLVI = 46...

dsl SX

2011-02-03 20:13

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DynaMike wrote Could '46' mean anything for this Mini? XLVI = 46...

Late Mini vans were named Mini 95 in UK for their gross vehicle weight of 0.95 tons (=0.94 tonnes). Any other metric equivalent which might give 46 units? Could be load capacity - is 460kgs likely?

Bø-Viks NO

2011-02-04 11:41

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It was common to mount windows in panelvans in norway earlier. Here is some more data (Kjøretøygruppe LB = van)
RegNr: FS32862
Understellsnummer: XLV1131330A
Kjøretøygruppe: LB
Slagvolum: 998
Egenvekt: 625
Totalvekt: 935

tore-40 NO

2014-04-02 13:22

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dsl wrote Can't explain XLV1, but a couple of comments. By 1976, would be just Mini - no Austin or Morris name applied. Also by 1976, the choice is only a van with windows or a Clubman estate - no ordinary front Traveller/Countryman made after Oct 69. This looks modified (wide arches) but can't tell from photo if van with windows or Clubman with trim and badges removed.


The 'XLV1' is no more than the initial letters from the chassis number. I remember that 'Biltilsynet' as it was once named had the habit of doing so, thus seperating trim levels or vehicle groups from others.

@dsl:
Going from microfiche and paper files to computers and digital files, there seems to have been added 'BMC' as make. Is this something to justify altering this page?

Registreringsnummer FS 32862
Merke og modell BMC MINI
Kjøretøygruppe Varebil
Registreringsår 1976
Antall seter 2
Farge Hvit
Drivstoff Bensin
Understellsnummer XLV1131330A
Registrert første gang i Norge 23.03.1976

dsl SX

2014-04-03 02:06

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BMC (British Motor Corporation) merged with Leyland group in 1968 to form British Leyland, so was several years obsolete by 76. As far as I know BMC branding was not used for cars, only some trucks and vans for a short period up to 69 which were then rebranded Leyland. Accepting that some individual European markets kept non-UK branding for 2-3 years after 1970 (eg some Austin Mini 1000 Mk3 instead of just Mini 1000 Mk3), but I just don't see BMC being used by 76 as an official title. So I don't think page should be altered, but interested if anyone knows different.

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