In 1961 the British Motor Corporation released the Mini Cooper, a version modified and tuned for performance by race car designer and builder John Cooper. By 1963 the Mini's engine displacement had been expanded to 1,275 cc, 50% beyond its original spec, to produce the Mini Cooper S. It was this signature model that out-gunned and out-maneuvered the much more powerful competition in the 1964 Monte Carlo Rally, a feat it pulled off three more years on the trot. Such giant-killing performance in such a small, humble, inexpensive package, made the Mini Cooper S a legend that’s still highly regarded to this day.
The shirts are soft, high-quality, pre-shrunk, 100% combed, ring-spun cotton. They're form-fitting and will maintain they're shape after washing.
Washing in cold. Dry low. Use non-chlorine bleach, only when necessary. No fabric softeners. Do not dry clean.