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1977 Mini 1000 MkIV [ADO20]

1977 Mini 1000 MkIV [ADO20] in Mr. Bean, TV Series, 1990-1995 IMDB

Class: Cars, Supermini — Model origin: UK

1977 Mini 1000 MkIV [ADO20]

[*][*][*][*][*] The vehicle is part of the movie

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wickey SK

2006-06-02 16:10

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newer model than the red one. In use since ep.03.

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BeanBandit FI

2006-06-02 16:46

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Also used on animation version.
But for some reason or other, the animation car has different license plate. http://www.newvideo.com/images/boxart/AAE70906-03.jpg

G-MANN UK

2006-06-02 21:14

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Technically this is a British Leyland car. On the DVLA website it's make is listed as "Leyland Cars" I believe the Mini was sold under several different brands during it's lifetime, including Austin, Morris, British Leyland and finally, Rover. The thing is the whole history of Austin becoming part of Morris and British Leyland seems pretty complex, should Minis on this mainly be listed as Austins and then Rovers in their final incarnation?

-- Last edit: 2006-06-02 21:14:59

mr dellorto FI

2006-06-25 22:50

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At one episode this black/green mini were crushed by a tank. and what bean is does for living he is a guard in museum (at the bean the movie 1997)

wickey SK

2006-07-01 12:11

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in ep. 11 two of them

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wickey SK

2006-07-01 12:12

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mr dellorto wrote At one episode this black/green mini were crushed by a tank. and what bean is does for living he is a guard in museum (at the bean the movie 1997)


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ep. 11

landrover1 AR

2006-11-18 20:09

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wickey wrote in ep. 11 two of them

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weird, the two have the same paint theme...

bent8rover UK

2007-04-15 23:04

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Bean security, from Ep. 1.12

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mr.hollwoodcar AU

2008-10-11 02:21

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wickey wrote

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ep. 11

Poor Mini :(

road wars fanatic IE

2009-04-16 18:35

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This should be down as part of the movie

caioficetech BR

2010-04-13 22:08

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Different Whells...Diferent Hear Lights...In the episode that he rushes to the dentist, it's a post 1978 Mini 1000, because it has Reverse Lights and Windscreen Washer...

In this episode it's a before 1978 Mini Special, because it doesn't have reverse lights...

caioficetech BR

2010-04-13 22:09

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/vehicle_37622-Volvo-245.html

See?

kazimann IE

2010-07-21 15:50

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The vehicle details for SLW 287R are:

Date of Liability 01 10 1991
Date of First Registration 01 03 1977
Year of Manufacture 1977
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 998CC
CO2 Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type Petrol
Export Marker Not Applicable
Vehicle Status Unlicensed
Vehicle Colour GOLD
Vehicle Type Approval

Lantzs09

2010-12-21 04:54

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I always think this is an Austin Mini. but look at the badge
it's a Mini 1000

Jakub1999 PL

2011-03-10 21:55

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I have the same toy car.

kudos SX

2012-06-04 00:41

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Anyone know the name of the colour?

dsl SX

2012-06-04 01:02

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Apparently Citron, not Limeflower or Applejack Green - http://www.practicallyclassics.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3028 .

kudos SX

2012-06-04 11:50

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Thanks!

valiant1962 AU

2012-06-06 08:15

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This 1979 model was on display at the National Motor Museum Beaulieu in June 2011, apparently used in series three.
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lukasgtuk BR

2012-10-28 17:18

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Mr Bean in GoodWood Revival 2009

lukasgtuk BR

2012-10-28 17:33

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episode 11

Aolju ES

2013-07-03 14:35

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I also think it should be listed as a five stars car, because it has an important role in most of the episodes.

lobo NL

2016-08-28 09:20

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lukasgtuk wrote [Image: dsfdsf.jpg]
episode 11


ACW 497V licenceplate is also seen on a Mini in the movie: Four Weddings and a Funeral 1994:

/vehicle_3659-Mini-1000-ADO20-1980.html

train68 US

2017-08-09 19:20

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I have a Mini Cooper by Matchbox that's in the exact same colors as this car.

-- Last edit: 2018-10-31 14:39:29

Baube QC

2017-08-09 22:14

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i bought it too ( about 2 weeks ago ), but it is said to be a 1964 ( it has a sliding window and visible door hinges )

train68 US

2018-01-09 19:16

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Ever since watching this show, I was hoping to have a Mini Cooper as my first car.

Lobo NL

2018-07-23 11:06

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valiant1962 wrote This 1979 model was on display at the National Motor Museum Beaulieu in June 2011, apparently used in series three.
[Image: 5962664283_43dea47f45_t.jpg] [Image: 5962668965_d89be8d516_t.jpg]

To promote the animated series a replica of the Mini with registration DRW 221T was used. This replica is on display at National Motor Museum, Beaulieu.
https://nationalmotormuseum.org.uk/car_collection/mr-beans-mini/




caioficetech wrote Different Whells...Diferent Hear Lights...In the episode that he rushes to the dentist, it's a post 1978 Mini 1000, because it has Reverse Lights and Windscreen Washer...

In this episode it's a before 1978 Mini Special, because it doesn't have reverse lights...


Wikipdia:
"The cars used throughout the series also undergo minor noticeable changes as well; for episode 6, Bean's mini appears with a lock beside the badge on the bonnet - for use during the ‘Car Keys’ sketch at the beginning of episode 6. The car features upholstery with seat covers of a grey design with coloured stripes. Episodes 8 and 10 (the only two episodes filmed entirely on location and directed by Paul Weiland) show the car for the first time with 2 door mirrors (one plastic and one chrome), as well as a later Austin grille - indicating parts being swapped from car to car and/or the use of a different prop car for these two episodes. The final incarnation of Bean's car is shown during episodes 9 and 11 to 14[21] (episodes all directed solely by John Birkin.) This car has 2 chrome door mirrors and a different pattern on the seat covers. It also returns to a standard plain black Mini grille"

About the crushed Mini:
"The actual car used during the crushing scene however is noticeably a different car prop to the one used earlier in the series - this car has a later Austin grille as well as red rear upholstery - the previous prop car had had check upholstery since the episode "Do-It-Yourself Mr. Bean"


Does anyone knows how many Mini they used during filming? And the Mini they crushed in which more episode did they used that one? It would be a shame in they crushed the legendary Mini from the episode "Do-It-Yourself Mr. Bean"

EDIT:Never seen in the final edit of the movie, only on the extra section of DVD deleted scenes.
In June 2018 the Mini from Bean (1997) /vehicle_1057004-Mini-1000-ADO20-1985.html still was sold for USD 70.000! Link to "www.icollector.com" Image what a Mini from the original series would be worth.



-- Last edit: 2018-07-23 11:29:26

Lobo NL

2018-07-28 14:10

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There were three Minis painted green and black used in the series, as well as two others painted with the same colour scheme but with no engine that got crushed by the tank. One of the main cars was also crushed by the tank. During filming many parts were swapped from car to car throughout production, including bonnets, wheel trims, grilles, steering wheels,
rear lights, occasionally the drivers door and the seat covers.

More information and some great behind the scene photos.

Check this awesome post. The person who wrote this owns the original Mini!;
http://www.theminiforum.co.uk/forums/topic/336384-mr-beans-mini/


-- Last edit: 2018-07-28 14:12:02

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