By Peter Griffiths LONDON, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Britain's best-loved small car, the classic 1960s Mini Cooper, has been named as the car everyone should drive before they die. The humble four-seater, nicknamed the "Flying Shoebox", beat the mighty McLaren F1 supercar into second place in a top 50 compiled by one of Britain's top motoring magazines. "You just feel good driving a Mini Cooper," Auto Express' motoring editor Tom Barnard told Reuters. "You can go around corners fast and zip ...
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