Our rare Lamm Mini cabrio was built in 1991 and belongs to the additional batch of cars following the first 100 built specifically for Rover, all in Pearlescent Cherry Red with 1.3 engines. Distributed by Rover Deutschland, this 1.0 Litre example in Flame Red shows an initial registration to a lady who would enjoy this sweet little number from 1991 until 1993. The second lady owner would treasure the experience for an impressive 26 years until 2019, covering in total just over 59,000 kilometers. The Lamm – Rover story is fairly well documented from the German side but, it must be mentioned, not particularly well chronicled from a Rover stand point. With circa 175 total Lamm units built over a three year period from 1991 – 1993, Rover would continue the Mini cabrio journey in this guise until 1996 with their own version. The cars would differ in several areas but, for those with a worthy opinion, not all of the changes were for the better. The German built car would essentially offer Rover UK a platform to spring from that quite possibly would never have existed, if not for the now famous Herr Lamm. Equally, if not for clear internal mismanagement decisions in Germany, it might well have been a different outcome there too.