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1989 BAC Mini M-30 [ADO20]

1989 BAC Mini M-30 [ADO20] in 20 Cars That Changed the World, Documentary, 2002 IMDB Ep. 1

Class: Cars, Supermini — Model origin: UK

1989 BAC Mini M-30 [ADO20]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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stronghold EN

2006-05-23 17:38

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londonitalian UK

2008-08-17 06:32

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That looks like an ERA Turbo model, very rare, hugely expensive, very luxurious & very quick.. my old boss(Keith Ripp)brought one & probably still has it!

tali UK

2008-08-17 20:31

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londonitalian wrote That looks like an ERA Turbo model, very rare, hugely expensive, very luxurious & very quick.. my old boss(Keith Ripp)brought one & probably still has it!

Close but not ERA - wrong bumper , wheels and colour

LondonItalian UK

2008-08-17 23:32

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Sorry! Your right Tali (although there were no specific coloured ERA models).

Its actually a BAC M-30 based on the Mini 30 model (a 1989 special edition). It was supercharged, not turbocharged, had 115bhp, did 111mph & 0-60 in 8.7 seconds. The KAT bodykit was standard, as was the leather & walnut veneers.

When it was launched it cost ú30,000! the same as a BMW 535i a Porsche 944 or a Jaguar XJ6!!!

tali UK

2008-08-18 17:45

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Interesting , never come across a BAC M-30 before :)

dsl SX

2012-02-10 13:42

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Our 2nd one - previously ID'd as a Rover. So we've got 2 of the 3 actually made, although a run of 30 was planned. Seems to be a dummy plate.

-- Last edit: 2012-02-10 14:33:52

dsl SX

2014-03-08 18:58

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Footage from Top Gear report of Mini 30th anniversary celebrations at Silverstone, 1989 - Link to "www.youtube.com"

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