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Mini Metro land

"Absolutely the greatest ever small hatchback built in the West Midlands to come out of the closing years of the second half of the 1970s"

Would you believe there's not a single site on the whole World Wide Web dedicated to the wonderful Austin Mini Metro? Until now, that is.


There are sites about fast Metros, and there are sites about getting bits for Metros, but astoundingly there was no site dedicated to singing the praises of this wonderful car. Until, you will be pleased to hear, now.

Here you'll find everything you need to know about the Austin Metro, the Rover Metro, the MG Metro... Never again will you be embarrassed at dinner parties due to your lack of knowledge of just why it was so great, its long and noble history, and its tragic demise. There's also a picture of our cat for no very good reason.

Explore the links at the top of the page. Enjoy.

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I've just bought a scanner specifically to put pictures on these pages. Oh, and to do loads of other useful stuff I expect...

Latest updates: 
May 2003 - Mini Metro Land officially world's TOP "Mini Metro" page according to Google
May 2003 - Want to know anything about Austin Rover cars?
April 2003 - Links page updated
Feb 2002 - Metro resurrected! CLICK HERE INSTANTLY!
Nov 2001 - NEW MetroWorld page; UPDATED Small wonder, History, My Metro,  Links pages; INTERACTIVITY added to Small wonder, Brochures and End of the road pages
July 2001 - Brochures page updated, new Buying page 
May 2001 - site launched to wide acclaim

Incidentally, if you're interested in automated people movers for urban transportation applications, you're probably interested in the LEITNER MiniMetro, not the Austin Mini Metro.

Remember, and see it through

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