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Mini: A celebration of Britain's best-loved small car

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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, ...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published February 15th 2007 by Haynes Publishing
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Oct 18, 2012 Alex rated it really liked it
I have been a mini fan for years and a few weeks ago I became the proud owner of a MINI one. Ok its not a traditional mini, but I can just about change a light bulb so I need a car that just works.

With this in the background I have been keen to read everything that I can about mini's. This book was the first one that I managed to get hold of from a local library.

Its a bit of a mix. There are lots of pictures and that makes it a fun book just to flick through. There is a reasonable amount of his
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