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Neville Smyth's Radford Mini Cooper S Hatchback

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Neville Smyth's Radford Mini Cooper S Hatchback

Postby Supersonic » 25 Dec 2016, 11:13

I got my February 2017 MiniWorld magazine yesterday and see a fantastic seven page feature on Nev's beautiful 1967 Radford Cooper S Hatchback. What a nice car and its history makes it all the more interesting because it has made an Atlantic crossing in the 1960s and travelled back across the pond and now resides in Ireland. Better still, Nev has invited me down to see both his Coachbuilt Minis in the new-year :D :D :D :D

Anyone interested in Coachbuilt Cooper S cars this magazine is worth getting to see this interesting feature on a beautiful car :)

Alan



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