These are the printed back issues of The Mini Experience and The BMC Experience magazines. Not all issues are available. These magazines are now in very limited supply and are sold as collectible items. Some of the stories have been updated and some corrections made in the digital editions.
Issues of The BMC Experience coming soon.
Issue 19 celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Mini and looked at production numbers across the world. There were also major features on the Clubman GT, base-model Minis, the 2009 Mokefest and a number of Mini road trips around Australia.
Issue 21 looks at the complete history of the Mini Van, particularly in Australia and how the Aussie Vans differed from their UK counterparts. There are also major features on a highly modified Moke, our own tour of England for the Mini's 50th.
Issue 22 features four surviving Mini race cars, the history of the Mini in North America and more events celebrating the Mini's birthday. There are interviews with Mini racers Charlie Smith and Peter Brown, and Moking across Tasmania.
Issue 23 has a major feature on alternative engines used in Minis & Mokes, from Toyota, Daihatsu, Suzuki, Honda and even Nissan V6 and Chev V8 engines. There is also a story on the 1971 Cooper S and a Moke ambulance.
Issue 24 looks at the history of the Mini Traveller/Countryman, including a feature on one of two built in Australia in 1978, and the modern MINI Clubman version. There is also an interesting story on the Jackson Mini-engined derivative.
Issue 22 celebrates 50 Years of the Mini in Australia, 40 years of the Australia Mini Clubman, the history of the Mini Cooper, the Wolseley Hornet/Riley Elf twins, Australian railway Mokes and the first ten years of the BMW MINI.
Issue 26 features a South African Mini 1275GT, touring Tasmania by Mini, a one-off MINI ute and the story of the Gundagai BMC dealership that built Mini and Moke utes that inspired the factory-built Moke Pick-up.
Issue 27 gives a full rundown on our own eight-day even celebrating the Mini's 50th anniversary in Australia. There are also features on the Hobson Special Mini-engined race car, the Innocenti Mini 90/120, and collecting Corgi model Minis.
Issue 28 features the complete history of the Moke Pick-up, Don Holland's formidable Improved Production / Group N racing Mini, collecting Dinky model Minis and a road test of the big MINI Countryman.
Issue 29 was the final issue of The Mini Experience and featured the recreated winner of the 1969 Rhodesian Saloon Car Championship. There were also features on the Foley-Stewart School of Driving Technique and Spot-on model Minis.
The Mini Experience Index included multiple indexes to every issue of the magazine. You can search for a story by magazine issue, car model, or owner's name. There are also indexes for Historically Speaking, factory histories and more.
The programme for the Oz50 Mini Carnival that ran from 27 February to 6 March 2011, the largest Mini event ever held in Australia. It includes brief histories of the factories, various Mini models, and the clubs associated with the event.