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Mini Cooper S, Wiscombe Hill Climb
Mini Cooper S, Wiscombe Hill Climb, Honiton, Devon, 1975. Spectators watch as the car, driven by Vic Board, prepares to take a sharp bend. The Mini Cooper caught the motoring world's imagination during the 1960s, notching up many Rally successes. The Cooper S originally appeared in 1963 powered by a 1071cc engine, with a more powerful 1275cc engine being introduced in 1964.
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- National Motor Museum / Heritage Images