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1929 Morris Cowley Trials Special

car description

- 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

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    Morris > Cowley
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The Motor House, Lyncastle Road
Warrington, WA4 4SN, Cheshire
United Kingdom

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