No pocket-sized car is more loved around the world than the cheeky, chubby Morris Minor. Remarkably, there has never been an historical tribute to it until now. Undoubtedly this book is a tribute to the famous symbol of Britain's postwar attempt to mass-produce, and indeed mass sell, an international 'world car'. It does not, however, miss the problems and criticisms which struck the car on its way. It's possible to say, for once, that here we have the complete book on the subject.