A celebration of Britain's best-loved small car. Written by Graham Robson, 160 pages with 350 most coloured illustrations, size: 255 x 255 mm, binding: hardcover, language: English
This book chronicles the history of the legendary Mini, from humble beginnings as the brainchild of Alec Issigonis, through 41 years of production, to its rightful status as a British motoring icon. The author also devotes space to the Mini's success in motor sport, where it proved to be a formidable performer. Detailed, authoritative and highly illustrated throughout, this is the essential guide to the Mini's evolution from ubiquitous saloon, through practical, utility and upmarket variants, to the feisty Coopers.