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A worthy addition to the "Haynes Great Cars" series, 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.
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Graham Robson is the world's most prolific author of motoring books, with over 120 to his name over the past 35 years. His recent Haynes title Boreham: 40 years of Ford's motorsport dream factory, won the Guild of Motoring Writers' Montagu Trophy in 2004. He began his career in the early days of the Mini and knows the subject intimately.
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