- Current ownership since 2005 and converted into a Trials Special - Lightweight ali over ash body, engine overhauled 100 miles ago - New clutch, buff logbook, V5C, VSCC Buff Form Further Info: First registered by Bath County Council on 2nd September 1929 (or so its `FB 7895' number plate would imply), chassis 282827 is understood to have had just four keepers between 1938 and 2005 when it entered the current ownership. Dry stored for thirty-four years by its previous custodian, the Morris has since been restored / converted into a Trials Special. Rebodied in lightweight aluminium over ash (albeit using the original scuttle, bonnet and front wings), the four-seater also benefits from a rear-mounted fuel tank, turbulent cylinder head, fabricated exhaust manifold and twin spare wheels Regularly campaigned and enjoyed in recent years, `FB 7895' has been treated to an engine overhaul (re-bore / re-white metalling / new pistons) and new clutch in the last 100 and 10 miles respectively. Well known in VSCC circles, the Morris is accompanied by one of the Club's `buff forms'. Starting readily upon inspection, this appealing Trials Special is offered for sale with buff logbook, V5C Registra
1929 morris cowley trials special silver lightweight restored
The Motor House, Lyncastle Road
Warrington, WA4 4SN, Cheshire
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