The original Mini was offered in hundreds of variants during its extraordinarily long, 40-year production run. First there were the standard Austin Seven and Morris Mini-Minor saloon, van, pick-up and estate versions. Then came a whole family of Mini-Coopers, the upmarket Wolseley and Riley models, the Moke and the Clubman. It went on from there until there were dozens of models and special editions around the globe, and individual countries applying their own modifications to the Mini. All of these are covered in The Complete Catalogue of the Mini, with photographs, descriptions, specifications, performance figures, and production dates and numbers. Whether you want to look up or identify a particular Mini or simply absorb the enormous range and variety of the Mini's incarnations, this, never attempted before, is the book.
|Publisher:||Herridge & Sons Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||10.87(w) x 8.62(h) x 0.95(d)|
About the Author
Chris Rees has been writing about cars for more than 35 years. In that time he’s driven just about every type of car imaginable and has contributed to dozens of newspapers, magazines and websites. He’s also found time to write well over 20 books about cars. Chris is currently editor of Auto Italia magazine, the world’s leading title covering Italian cars, a role he took on after having contributed to the magazine for many years. He is also currently Motors Editor of The Official Ferrari Magazine (TOFM). A passionate enthusiast of Italian cars, Chris has owned a string of Alfa Romeos over the years. His current garage includes a 1990 Alfa Romeo SZ, a Fiat Panda 100HP and a Maserati Quattroporte. He lives and works in Berkshire in the UK.