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Often considered an icon of the 60s and the British equivalent of the Volkswagen Beetle, the Mini Cooper soft top has been named one of the most influential cars of the 20th century. Little surprise, then, that the Mini Cooper convertible top would prove so popular when the brand was revived in 2000.
Originating with the Morris Mini-Minor in 1959, the Mini Cooper and Mini Cooper S convertible top (the S designates a sporty model) have been restored by BMW which invested heavily in the Mini convertible top plant in Oxford in order to keep the brand alive.
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