L’Austin Métro de mon père
By Adrien CAHUSAC
This book will be of interest to Mini, Austin, MG and Rover enthusiasts as well as to sports car and rally enthusiasts in general.
Trained as an engineer, Adrien Cahuzac is a journalist at L'Usine Nouvelle magazine. Passionate about cars since his childhood, he has written regularly in the specialized press and then published, at ETAI Editions in the Heritage collection.
Considered the big sister of the Austin Mini, the Metro was the other big British city car of the
British Leyland / Austin-Rover group.
Produced in more than 2 million units, it had an exceptional longevity of almost twenty years, from 1980 to 1998. It was successively branded Austin, MG for the sporty versions, then Rover in its last years, in a seriously restyled version, named Rover 100. The Austin Metro was a real success in Europe in the 1980s, competing with the Renault 5 and Peugeot 205.
Upon receipt of payment, the book will be sent by E.T.A.I.
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