Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Maximum Mini 2 in reviews

Slowly but surely the reviews for Maximum Mini 2 drop in and I wanted to share some of it here with you. The current issue of The Automobile is my favorite so far, describing some thoughts that I can only endorse. A quote about the cars: "The reasons for their obscurity are obvious in many cases, but handsome little GTs like the Lawther or the Neville Trickett-designed Codford surely deserved a better fate than as mere footnotes."I was also flattered by: "The level of information offered on each vehicle is a testament to Booij's diligent research. In nearly every case he has tracked down a (or more often than not, the) surviving car and has interviewed many of the people who helped create these curious orphans."

Like I did with the first Maximum Mini book, I will upload all of the the reviews that I receive on a separate page (find it here), have a look if you haven't got the book yet and want to know what others think. Click here to buy it directly.

Meanwhile, if you want a Maximum Mini sticker - buy the latest copy of Mini Magazine, which will have one included!

The Automobile's view on Maximum Mini 2, click up for bigger view

A Maximum Mini sticker is included with this month's Mini Magazine
No awards for guessing the car it's on here!
Picture Jeroen Booij

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