The iconic shape of the Mk 1 Mini with 10in wheels, sliding windows and in bright tartan red. Photographed at Crystal Palace where racing drivers like James Hunt started their careers, usually in Mini Coopers and Cooper S’s. Sir Alec Issigonis arguably ‘invented’ the Mini, bringing together technical features and making new demands on tyre and oil suppliers to meet the needs of his ‘proper’ small car. He was always proud of how little the car changed in its 49 year production. Limited to 50 copies numbered and signed by the photographer Keith Mainland. The image size is 530mm x 360mm printed on top quality art paper.
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