APRIL 1993 MINI COOPER S MkII
Back in the 1960s when it took one to catch one, loads of burly NSW coppers did their backs and knees trying to fold themselves into Cooper S Minis of this kind. They were normally painted drab colours and came with metal sunvisors which the speeders could pick from a couple of miles away. A lot of these cars when retired were taken straight from the government auction for a make-over including brighter paint, a radio and flashy wheels before lining up at one of the ‘performance’ car yards that existed back then. Well worth having now.