Matt Tomkins has owned, restored, modified and driven thousands of miles in Morris Minors since 2010. His first car, a 1970 Morris Minor saloon evolved through various incarnations; engine, gearbox and final drive changes, as well as brake and suspension upgrades to make it into the perfect daily driver. He has also restored a 1969 Traveller and 1960 Convertible, fitting each of these with a number of upgrades to make them more capable on the roads of today. Matt is Workshop Editor at Practical Classics magazine, and an active member of the Morris Minor Owners Club.
Well-illustrated throughout with high-quality and helpful photos, this book is useful - invaluable almost - for those wanting to mildly tweak their Minor through to owners considering something far more radial
It will become a handy ‘go-to book’ if you want to upgrade or modify your Minor, I am sure of that.
Is it worth the cover price? Absolutely! I’d say that for those who aren’t concerned by 100% originality and want to use a Minor as an everyday car or give it a slightly sporty makeover it is worth buying. For those who are new to Morris Minors I’d say this book is essential not least because it answers
questions about alternators, radial tyres, poly-bushes and E10 petrol.