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The Austin Seven ‘Mini’ did not appear until January 1961 - a year after the Morris. It comes in just two colours: the most common by far being red and a scarce primrose yellow. The red always has lemon interior. Early models had fixed wheels and holes in the base but later ones were free-spinning. I don’t think any Austin Sevens got cast wheels.
This is a near immaculate red mini with an excellent box too. It is the harder to find version with free spinning wheels. Most Austin Sevens seemed to have fixed wheels.
It is a bright, very red red colour with lemon interior. There are three chips on the front bumper and a few on the rear bumper too and a single flake missing on a rear pillar. It does look fantastic, though, and is a popular item that is always much in demand.
The silver paint is bright and fresh and the box is excellent with all its flaps and no creases.