McKinnon and Wilson played huge roles in the trophy-laden early 1960s and are undoubtedly two of the most important Rangers players.
Central defender Ronnie was a stalwart for club and country and also captained Rangers to the 1970/71 League Cup in the absence of the injured John Greig.
He won the competition three times, claimed the Scottish Cup four times and was part of two Championship-winning sides during 473 appearances.
Wilson was a flying winger with a fantastic goals return, bagging 157 in 373 games for Rangers including a double hat-trick against Falkirk.
You can meet both men tomorrow from 3.45pm when you purchase the Official Illustrated History which has just gone on sale.
It’s a new celebration of the Light Blues with classic archive photographs and exclusive behind the scenes images.
Rather than tell a chronological story of the Light Blues, The Official Illustrated History focuses on key aspects of the club through some superb photography from the very early days, through the greatest triumphs on the field, the greatest players and managers and, of course, the supporters.
You can also see some of the most celebrated Rangers stars at their most relaxed – along with a number of celebrity followers – with the publication of exclusive pictures.
Rangers – The Official Illustrated History encapsulates the great spirit of Rangers – a spirit that lives on and thrives in the pursuit of greater glories in the future.