Paul McCartney Paul McCartney owned a 1965 Radford Mini Cooper S painted Aston Martin California Sage Green Metallic. It had non-stock features including a sunroof and fog lamps recessed into the grille.
Dale Jr.'s Mini Mania MINI In 2002, Mini Mania was contacted by Dale Earnhardt Jr. to customize his MINI Cooper S inside and out. Eventually the car was put up for bid on Ebay, selling for $33,800.
John Cooper John Cooper's name is synonymous with Mini. An auto racing legend, Cooper pioneered the rear-engined chassis design and revolutionized the sport at its highest levels.
Steve McQueen The “King of Cool”, actor Steve McQueen was passionate about racing and can boast the most famous car chase in film history with “Bullitt”. McQueen is pictured here with his 1967 Mini Cooper S 1275.
Two Italian Jobs Whether its the 1969 or 2003 version of The Italian Job, we love that one of the most famous capers in film history was committed with a mob of Minis.
"Minidonna"? (Sorry – couldn't resist!) The pop phenomenon drives her elegant black MINI at her adopted home in the United Kingdom, hence the right-hand drive.
George Harrison George Harrison was gifted this 1965 Radford Mini Cooper S, originally painted Metallic Black. In 1967, the car was repainted and featured in the Beatles TV movie “Magical Mystery Tour”.
Enzo Ferrari Enzo Ferrari, the Italian race car driver and founder of the Ferrari car manufacturing company, frequently drove a Mini in the 1960s and 1970s.
Penn Jillette (of Penn & Teller) It would be hard to miss the man or his MINI. Penn Jillette fits his reported 6'6” frame into his bright pink MINI Cooper.
Britney and baby Perhaps we can call this an infamous MINI. In 2006, Britney Spears was caught driving her infant son the wrong way in her convertible MINI.