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In a few months I'll be taking delivery of a restored 1987 Mini Mayfair. You may ask why, but it is intended to be a "fun" second car. There is also a family link, as my father worked on the design and manufacture of the original Mini. There have been some mods made to the original spec of the car, such as a mildly tuned 1,275 engine. Do you have any thoughts about who to insure the Mini with? It would be used mainly for pleasure, although my other half may use it for the odd business trip to the Isle of Wight (we live in Portsmouth).

Asked on 14 March 2009 by

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