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Seven Mini Parts


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 Seven Enterprises provides parts, accessories and technical support for all variants of the British (classic) Mini Cooper.  This includes the Austin and Morris Mini, Mini Cooper, Mini Cooper S, Riley Elf, Innocenti, Wolseley Hornet, 1275 GT Clubman, and Mini Moke.

Classic Mini parts and services since 1974

 In our efforts to provide the best customer service and support, our website allows our customers to shop for their Mini parts 24/7. We also offer service for the Mini enthusiast by phone, e-mail or fax. Our expert staff will be happy to help you with your technical questions or orders!

 Seven Enterprises has been in existence since 1974, supplying the Mini enthusiast with replacement parts and accessories for Mini owners in North America and around the world. Seven Enterprises enjoys the reputation as the best-staffed and best-run Mini parts supplier in the U.S.

 In the summer of 2002, Seven Enterprises moved from Newport News, Virginia to Auburn, California. Seven joined forces with Fortech Racing and Monterey Road Machine to provide a complete Mini supply company. Seven is now the only Mini parts supplier to offer a full automotive machine shop and engine build facility.

 Mini owners around the world know the famous Fortech Mini, which has been sponsored by Seven for over 35 years. Let our National Championship Mini racing expertise assist you with all of your Mini needs, from restoration to track!

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Can-Am Mini Challenge Seven's Open House: October 8 2016, Auburn, CA

History of the Classic Mini

The classic Mini - fun to drive and own!

 The (classic) Mini was a small four-passenger sedan produced primarily in England. The car was originally intended to be an inexpensive small urban passenger car designed to be easy to park, easy to drive and fuel efficient. The Mini started production in August 1959, and was imported into the United States from 1959 until 1967, when the federal safety and EPA requirements halted sales in the U.S. Although the car wasn't imported through dealers, some cars still made their way into the country after 1967. Manufacturing of the classic Mini was finally halted in October 2000, after well over 5 million units had been produced.

 The classic Mini is popular not just for its efficient space utilization, but because it is fun to drive and own! It has became one of the most beloved and personalized cars in the world. The Mini is known as the "giant killer" both on the race track and the rally circuit. Owners of this little car love to modify their car to increase its performance and copy the look of the famous race and rally cars!