1967-1992 MINI Mk II-V specificationshttp://www.classicandperformancecar.comClassic and Performance CarClassic and Performance Car
The short-lived MkII (1967-69) had a new grille and the option of a 998cc engine while the MkIII (1969-76) hid the door hinges and replaced the sliding windows with wind-up ones. The old Austin and Morris badges were dropped, with the Mini now a marque in its own right. Hydrolastic suspension – which had proved more expensive to fit – was dropped in favour of the original rubber cone type. Changes for the MkIV (1976-84) were more subtle, with alterations to the interior and subframe. The MkV took over from 1985-92, with 12in wheels and front disc brakes.