The aim of the register is to help preserve and locate as many Mini Estates that survive as possible, as well as to help document the specification changes that happened throughout production and to unite owners throughout the world with one another.
The register was originally set up as an offshoot of the 1959 Mini Register to cater for Mk1 internal tank cars, but rapidly expanded to include all Mk1 and Mk2 Austin Se7en Countryman and Morris Mini Traveller estates. Both "Woody" and all-steel estates from 1960 to 1969 are welcome and the register is free to join!
If you own a Traveller or Countryman then we would be delighted to receive your registration, or if you are looking to buy an estate in the near future please feel free to
us, we may be able to help.
Below is a link to our flyer. Please print some off, and next time you see a Traveller or Countryman hand the owner a copy and spread the word.