A suitably fun idea has been revealed as part of next year’s Mini's 60th-anniversary celebrations, in the form of a Mini mosaic – and you can be part of it.
Yes, you read that right. On 3 August at the British Motor Museum in Gaydon, Warwickshire, event organiser Brian Sankey hopes to assemble 600 Minis spelling ‘Mini 60’, to establish a new Guinness world record.
Of course, that’s going to need a lot of owners coming along and taking part. Fancy it? Read on.
Here’s the list of eligible models:
- Classic Mini (produced between 1959 and 2000)
- Mini Clubman
- Mini Clubman Estate
- Mini Countryman
- Mini Marcos
- Mini Moke
- Mini Pick Up
- Mini Scamp
- Mini Van
- Mini Wild Goose
- Riley Elf
- Wolseley Hornet
And there’s more. Not only will you get to join in on a world record attempt, potentially scribbling your name on the pages of motoring history, but the event takes place the day before the National Metro & Mini Show, also at the British Motor Museum.
All of which means that you can look forward to a full weekend marking the Mini’s six decades on the road since ‘621 AOK’ rolled off the production line in 1959.
Find out more about the world record attempt and book tickets to the Show by clicking here.