YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD

Classic Mini
DIY

THE MINI MISSION

Keeping the Classics on the Road

Classic Mini DIY started out of my small driveway workshop in 2015. I always focus on two things: keeping your Classic Mini on the road and making DIY car work accessible for all skill levels. I make DIY videos and tutorials showing exactly how to complete a wide range of jobs on your Classic Mini. I also partner with world-class manufacturers to deliver top-of-the-line products to personalize and ensure the performance of your Classic Mini.

SUPPORT THE MISSION

Support

Classic Mini DIY is supported by our viewers. If you are interested in helping to keep the channel alive, consider supporting on Patreon or if you have skills in JS and modern web technologies, please consider supporting the open source codebase on github.

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THE COMPLETELY FREE

Classic Mini Toolbox

THE TOOLKIT FOR THE DIY MECHANIC

One of the largest reasons for starting this channel, was about making infromation related to working your Mini Cooper more accessible. In service to this goal I have created the Classic Mini Toolbox. Combining information from all over the web to bring you one location to find anything you need.

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MERCH FOR THE MINI OWNER

The CMDIY Store

Looking for the next upgrade to your Classic Mini? Or perhaps you need some new shirts for working in the garage? The Classic Mini merch store is a great way to support the channel, while getting some awesome stuff at the same time!

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About Me

MY NAME IS COLE

I am a 30-year-old Web Developer working in the financial industry. My experience in the automotive industry comes from 2 years of training on heavy diesel machinery and 8 years of Classic Mini ownership. With this experience, I do my best to provide the most comprehensive and technically correct information I can.

MY PROMISE

I will provide you with all the knowledge I can to the best of my ability. I will also accept feedback in the event that I get something incorrect. I am an enthusiast and not a complete expert so from time to time I will make mistakes.

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