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MINI Milestone…

Tues., April 10, 2007 – BMW’s “new” MINI hit a milestone this week – its one millionth MINI made. Here’s two pics….

Yes, some classic Mini purists will howl, saying the MINI is just a small BMW, and bears no relation to the classic Mini – save in name only.

Hmm… Does that mean a 2006 Corvette doesn’t have the right to carry the Corvette badge, since it’s so far distant from the ’59 Corvette?

When it comes to the “new” MINI, I run into two different types of owners. One, the classic Mini, who buys it because they can use it as a daily driver – and take longer trips – and they don’t have to carry tools.

The second type is new MINI owners, who are often calling me because they want a “real one.”

I say, there’s room for all of us. So let’s Motor…

Now, should there be separate clubs for classic and new MINI owners? What do you say? Drop us a note with your attitudes – and we’ll later reveal the results here of our un-scientific poll…