Mini Restoration Manual

Mini Restoration Manual
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Format: Hardback, 304 Pages
ISBN: 9781859604403
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Description

Filled with everything restorers are looking for including Mini history, buying information, specs, bodywork, mechanics, interiors, electrics, mods, tools, color schemes, clubs and more. Clear, step-by-step photographs and instructions make this the book for renovating your bodywork and interiors, giving new life to mechanical and electrical components, plus improved performance and appearance. Covers all models including Mini Cooper. Strongly recommended. For those who love Minis, or are thinking about buying.

The author

Lindsay Porter has written more than 50 how-to books and well over 1000 practical articles for magazines on motoring, caravanning and other subjects. His first piece of professional writing was in 1979, for DIY (Do It Yourself) Magazine, explaining how he and wife Shan built and extended their own country cottage - the cottage they still live in today. Even then, their house was designed (by Lindsay) and built to the highest standards of insulation and sustainability.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 304 Pages
ISBN: 9781859604403
Illustrations: B&W Ill: 825
Size: 8.5 in x 11 in x 1 in / 215.9 mm x 279.4 mm x 25.4 mm
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