The Morris Minor, designed by Alec Issigonis, was one of Britain's most popular cars, and 2008 will mark 60 years since the
first models rolled off the production lines at Cowley in Oxfordshire. In this celebratory publication, Ray Newell looks in
detail at the development of the wide range of models produced during a production run that spanned twenty-two years. Using
mainly contemporary materials covering four decades, Ray transports the reader to an era when the pace of life was much
slower and the marketing of vehicles considerably different to the slick advertising of today. Issigonis' sketches of the prototype
cars, sales brochures, promotional materials, and rare and unusual photographs make this a fascinating and entertaining story.