Yes, because even in the first and second edition of Maximum Mini from 2009 and 2014, not all models and versions are described yet. In the last part, another 397 derivatives are discussed. All of them have never been in the previous Mini books by Jeroen Booij. In Mini Mini, the Mini enthusiast is introduced to designs by, among others, Bertone, Chapron, Michelotti, Pininfarina and Vanden Plas in all sorts of designs, from racers to fire engines. And what about a gyroscopically stabilizing vehicle that emerged when an ex-Ford and Chrysler designer joined forces with a rocket scientist? Or a tricycle built by the Rolls-Royce design chef in his spare time? Or a chain-driven tracked vehicle that was used for an Antarctic expedition in 1965?
Maximum Mini 3 is published by Booij Books in a limited and numbered edition of 600 pieces and available via www.jeroenbooij.com. The version is in hardcover, 128 pages with 412 colors and black and white photos. The ISBN number 9789090296807 and the price € 39,95.