Building a Mini

Building a Mini
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Format: Hardback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781785211126
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This manual takes a look inside a modern, heavily automated car factory, where every car produced is bespoke, having been built specially to fulfill an individual customer’s order. It is a fascinating insight into the processes, equipment, and people involved behind the scenes in building a MINI, from initial design studies and ‘body-in-white’ metal panels, to completed car on the way to its new owner.

The author

Chris Randall is a freelance motoring journalist, regularly contributing to magazines and websites such as Car Mechanics, Classic Car Weekly, Total 911, and Honestjohn.co.uk. He is the author of Haynes Wheeler Dealers Car Restoration Manual and has also written three Haynes car workshop manuals. He lives in London.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781785211126
Illustrations: 250 color & 25 b-w photos
Size: 8.5 in x 11 in / 215.9 mm x 279.4 mm
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