How to Prepare a Historic Racing Mini

How to Prepare a Historic Racing Mini
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Format: Paperback / softback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781785003813
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Ever since its launch in 1959 the original Mini has been a stalwart of the motor racing scene.  Even today, there is a bewildering array of formulae that it can compete in.  This book explains how to prepare a historic mini to the original pre-1966 Appendix K standard, which provides the racer with the largest choice of national and international events to compete in.  Contents include regulations and safety; sourcing a suitable car; every aspect of preparation including body, engine, transmission, electrics and ancillaries; setting up and race preparation and testing and racing.

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Since the 1980s, CCK Historic has been one of the UK's foremost historic racing car preparation specialists, whose cars are regularly seen at race meetings across the UK.  CCK restored a historic Mini to racing condition specially for this book, in conjuction with Mini Sport.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781785003813
Illustrations: 300 color photos
Size: 7.44 in x 9.68 in / 188.98 mm x 245.87 mm
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