Berkeley Bandini

This attempt to revive the Mini-based Berkeley was seen outside the Bingley Hall, Stafford kit car show (now CarCraft) in 1999. The body is taller and a little more substantial than the earlier Villiers-powered three-wheelers. (photo: R. Porter)

David Ratner writes: “I built the Berkeley you have listed as a Bandera [now corrected]. I called it a Bandini after one of Count Lurani Cernusci's Successful 1959 Mini Milla Miglia drivers. It was one of aound eight Berkeley conversions, some three-wheelers and some fours. The threes were more stable than the fours.”

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Last updated 19th October, 2008