Our original Factory supplied Rover Mini Cabriolet is a rare sight indeed. Figures vary as to how many exactly were built, with most UK sources quoting figures around 300 produced between 1993 and 1996. However, BMW Group https://www.bmwgroup-classic.com/en/history/classic-heart/classic-heart-pool/classic-heart/Mini-Cabriolet-1993.html maintain that there were, according to their figures, actually 1081 examples built; although, we suspect that these figures include both RHD and LHD cars combined, with the 300 number being the RHD cars alone. This particular example was supplied by the official Rover Händler – Anton Feldmann in Osnabrück Germany. It would change hands a couple of times before being exported to Holland but would then return to Germany, around 2014 to be fully restored, ironically, by the original Sales Agent Fm Westmark, who controlled the cars initial sale. Following a complete frame-off restoration, the result is utterly astonishing and will turn heads where ever it goes. Sadly, the Rover Book Pack has been lost in its transition from Germany to Holland – and back! But its low kilometer status is clear and, without question, correct at just 48,895. It’s frustrating that Heritage Trust in England can tell you build details of the very first Mini produced, but due to, let’s just call it politics at the Longbridge Plant, they can’t supply details of the final cars produced, which is a huge disappointment – to so many. Thankfully, cuties like this are still around to be enjoyed without necessarily have all the full details.