SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Morris Minor Tourer 1000 cabriolet 1964 RHD This 1964 Morris Minor Tourer is a very beautiful British convertible. The Morris has burgundy red paint, decorated with a golden decorative line. The simple interior looks chic thanks to the painted dashboard with a chrome clock in the middle. The Morris was delivered with a beige leather interior with several chrome details, a very beautiful combination with the burgundy red paint. Driving this Tourer is a great pleasure, thanks to the recently revised gearbox also. So, a very well driving Morris Minor Tourer. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Morris Minor Tourer 1000 cabriolet 1958 This burgundy red Morris Minor Tourer was delivered in 1958. The combination of the burgundy red paint and the beige softtop is very nice. The interior of the Morris has brown leather and a burgundy red dashboard with the chrome clock in the middle. The Tourer has the original 1098 CC engine and recently revised manual gearbox. The Morris drives great and is very ergonomic. A very nice and great driving Morris Minor Tourer. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Trade-in-car, special wholesale price. This is a trade-in-car. A special wholesale price applies to this. That’s why trade-in-cars will be sold as seen, without guarantee and without inspections. We are sorry but we can’t give these cars a foreign registration. Morris Minor 1000 cabriolet 1960 This Morris Minor 1000 cabriolet was delivered in 1960 and provided with black paint with red stripe. The Morris has a red vinyl soft top. The interior has leatherette in the colour combination red/white and a metal dashboard in paint colour with a big central clock. The car drives, brakes and shifts gear very well and is a pleasure to drive. So a very good driving 1960 Morris Minor 1000 convertible.
This delightful Burgundy Morris Minor Traveller was first registered on the 17th July 1969 and is a car well known to us. We sold the Morris in 2016 to one of our long term customers in Scarborough who has used the car regularly over the past year. The Morris has been used for local regularly driving and has made several trips here to visit. It’s a delightful, reliable example and prior to selling it to the last owner, it was with a customer of ours in York from 2008. In 2008 the Minor was sold by one of the UK's main Minor Specialists. The car was described as a nice example with excellent woodwork, good paintwork and fitted with a brake servo. As part of the sale agreement, the Morris was put through a programme of work to include conversion to unleaded, the fitting of new bumpers skis, supplying and fitting a new chrome grill surround, fitting brand new Red carpets and leather door pull handles, a new inner and outer window channel to the nearside rear and fitting new weather strips to both doors. When the Morris arrived with us in 2016, we removed the engine and carried out an engine bay re-paint. Having covered around 3000 miles since 2008, due to stone chips and minor blemish
This pretty little 2 seat motor car is fitted with correct 847cc side valve engine. Restored to a high standard in the early 2000's. Full weather equipment, plus genuine period extras (trafficators, electric wiper, chrome radiator). Original registration number and with old buff log book.
Morris Minor Series 2. 1953 Once in a while a true little Gem turns up. A little gem that’s almost too good to be true. And in this case, the little Gem is this 1953 Series 2 Morris Minor. Finished in Black with a Red interior from new the car has only had two owners and has covered the grand sum of 59000 miles with history to confirm. Its quite possibly the most genuine, almost untouched example you could ever wish to see. Ok, its not un-blemished. But it’s the originality that’s the important thing. Its never been messed around. It’s a car that’s always been cherished and it’s a car that deserves to continue being cherished. Work has been done. The five considerable files that come with the car confirm that, and it appears that the history is complete back to the original dealer order in the form of a rather nice polite letter from the dealer to the buyer, offering him the grand sum of £25 in part exchange for his 1933 Sunbeam. The car is in truly outstanding original condition, and cars like this are genuinely hard to come by. If you are looking for something a little bit special, than this little car could be just the car for you. Go on, you know its better than money in the bank at a mere £4495. The thing you have to ask yourself is, Can I find another with such outstanding provenance?
FOR SALE A genuine factory built Morris Minor 1000 Convertible, last owner 44 years! EQUIPMENT Mono-construction body, full width one-piece bumpers front and rear, Triplex safety glass all round, quarter lights, one piece curved windscreen, door locks with flush fitting pull-out type handles, fresh air intake heater, driver’s crushable sun visor, pile carpets, ashtray, safety driving mirror, twin glovebox, full width parcel tray, windscreen washers, speedometer, fuel gauge, oil pressure warning light, indicator stalk flasher, Windtone horn. Dealer options; Bumper over riders, wheel discs. EXTERIOR This beautiful Morris Mini Minor, a genuine factory built Convertible with correct ‘MAT’ prefix identification number and finished in the original colour of Pearl Grey. The paintwork boasts a lovely uniform polished shine and pleasing finish with only minor blemishes and markings visible. A light application only of underside treatment allows easy inspection of the excellent structural integrity. The extensive chromework has a mirror finish and all further trims sections and rubbers are superb. The Factory Triplex safety glass is still fitted. The hood in Maroon with matching tonneau is in fabulous condition. A new tonneau is also included. A charming example of this quintessentially English countryside open tourer. INTERIOR The upholstery trim in the correct Red is a wonderful compliment to the exterior colour scheme and has a lovely sense of basic no frills motoring, a bygone notion in today’s modern equivalents! The matching door cards and carpeting are in superb order. Original fitments such as the three spoke 16½ inch Bakerlite steering wheel with Morris badged horn push and correct bronze three lamp speedometer are completely intact. The instrument warning lights and gauges function perfectly, and the original pull switches are fully operational and exactly as Morris intended. An iconic motoring delight, perfect for whimsical open top drives. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION This matching numbers example still has the factory fitted A-Series four-cylinder engine with a cubic capacity of 948cc and 37bhp at 4750rpm. The engine fires instantly on the starter pull and has that delightful Morris Minor hum! The engine number tag and factory plates remain fitted and easily legible to allow instant verification, as does the A-Series engine block which is the correct British Standard (381c) 223 Middle Bronze Green. The 4-speed gearbox has no synchromesh on first and reverse gears, as per factory fitment, so steady progress and familiarisation will be necessary. Thoroughly useable and ready for reliable classic motoring enjoyment! WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Disc-type steel wheels with optional chrome disc embellishers are beautifully finished in correct Pearl Grey. Brand new quality tyres of 155/80 R14 size have just been fitted and the spare is housed in the lower boot floor, still believed to be the original Avon cross ply item! Braking to all four wheels is hydraulically operated by a pendant pedal with front 8in and rear 7in drums, all recently stripped and overhauled to provide safe and steady braking. HISTORY FILE This wonderful example was registered new on 30th May 1959 as a Morris Minor 1000 Convertible, as confirmed not only by the chassis number but also the original green buff log book which is still within the history file! The previous keeper, Mrs Joan Rorison, is noted on the buff log book as purchasing the vehicle in 1971 and it has remained in her care ever since. The brilliant history file holds a comprehensive collection of documents including MOT certificates dating back to 1972 along with many invoices and receipts. A documented full restoration carried out in 2000 by Bob Atkins’ Morris Minor Services outlines the extensive work undertaken at considerable cost. The no expense spared work was embarked on to bring the car back to its former glory for their Daughter’s wedding, just as it had been used for their wedding in 1971! Garage stored since the wedding, the car has been fully recommissioned and is ready for the next lucky custodian. This beautiful car is the epitome of British summer classic motoring, ready to use and sure delight any traditional classic enthusiast. MOT July 2018, Tax Exempt, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/gA3VVqSQ-fs To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskYdRSYJ 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars
1968 Smoke grey 2 door saloon. MOT 27 April. Excellent runner. Genuine sale due to ill health. Used as sole vehicle on regular basis. 4 keepers, from 1998 onwards my father (mechanical engineer) and me. Good chassis rebuild/new floorpan by Classic Car specialist. Regularly serviced with invoices. Unleaded head, front disc brakes, telescopic shock absorbers, electric ignition, alternator, rear heated screen, Kernow fan, stainless steel exhaust, full inertia seat belts, new battery. Metro fabric upholstered seats in front, but second hand originals can be purchased from Morris Minor specialists for approx £150 a pair. £5450 ono Bristol
1969 Morris Minor Van Special A special with van origins, traveller cab and grp DOMI-like rear Very good condition throughout, excellent cab MOT, V5C and some history 1275cc engine and 5 speed gearbox Rare, very useable, great fun A really interesting Morris Minor Van Special, from what we can tell, consists of a specially lengthened van chassis the chassis number begin MAV5 to confirm the van origins to which a Traveller cab was fitted along with a GRP rear, created in small numbers a company in Lincolnshire and bearing a remarkable resemblance to the DOMI de Luxe van that was built in Denmark. A 1275cc BMC engine is fitted, coupled to a Ford Sierra five speed gearbox and disc brakes are fitted to the front with servo. The cockpit is standard Morris Traveller but with a good quality wood rimmed steering wheel. The vehicle is thus rare, yet highly usable and enormous fun. A definite head turner enhanced further by the period Morris sun visor. Opinions differ as to the origins of this van, what is clear is that it is not an original DOMI but may well look very similar. Guide Price: Reduced to £9,750 suitable for printing Mobile: 07711 509600 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
C and C Car Sales are very proud to be selling this stunning 1 owner from new Morris minor 1000.The car has been locally owned by the same gentleman for over 50 years who has covered only 77,000 miles. Having wanted to get the car back to as good as new it was subject to a full rebuild in 2013 at a cost of £10,000 the car has covered around 300 miles since. I have a full photo record of the rebuild in every stage these can be viewed on request. I also have every mot dating back to 1973 !This Morris has been finished to a very high standard in the original colour of Trafalgar Blue the seats are original with minimal wear and compliment the bodywork..Mechanically superb it starts on the button and is a pleasure to drive with many smiling faces and turning heads.So to sum it up if you are after a stunning example of this iconic car which needs nothing and is ready too use on a Sunday morning or to take to a car show where it will hold its head high among cars of 5 times its value this is the one you have been looking for.The car can be viewed at most times and in all weathers at our showroom addressAny questions or if you require more photos please call or email ChrisPart exchange possible 01372 278 539 - 07940 007 067www.candccarsales.co.uk
*SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. A Morris Minor 1000 De Luxe Charles Ware Convertible with just 3,473 miles EQUIPMENT Mono-construction body, full width one-piece bumpers front and rear, bumper over-riders Triplex safety glass all round, one piece curved windscreen, hinged ventilator panels in front doors, door locks with flush fitting pull-out type handles, fresh air intake heater, driver and passenger crushable sun visors, Leathercloth upholstery, pile carpets, front and rear ashtrays, safety driving mirror, glovebox, full width parcel tray, windscreen washers, speedometer, fuel gauge, oil pressure warning light, dirty oil filter warning light, Windtone horn. Dealer options; Petrol locking cap, wheel discs. Accessories; Boot luggage rack, front seat-belts. EXTERIOR This beautiful Morris Mini Minor is finished in traditional period Smoke Grey and boasts a wonderful deep shine to the quality finish. This example is structurally and cosmetically superb owing to the exceptionally low mileage of 3,473 miles and having been subject to a recent professional refurbishment at a Morris Minor specialist. The chromework to the original bumpers has become slightly thin and light pitting can be seen on the rear light shrouds. All remaining chrome pieces and trim are excellent including the original overriders, unique to the Deluxe model. The glass, rubbers and lenses are all intact and present very well, as do the correct Minor 1000 badges fitted to the boot lid and front wings. A brand new hood in cream with matching tonneau was fitted in 2013 and remains as new. A charming and exceptional example of this quintessentially English countryside tourer. INTERIOR The original Leathercloth upholstery trim in Blue Grey is a fantastic compliment to the exterior colour scheme and has a lovely sense of basic no frills motoring, long since forgotten in today’s modern equivalents! Incredibly, the factory coverings to the seats and matching door cards are commensurate with the mileage and have been preserved with only very minor age related creasing. A tiny inch long slit to the lower driver’s door card is just visible. The expensive and correct blue replacement carpeting is pristine. The 16½ inch Bakerlite steering wheel with Morris badge is completely intact and shows slight natural aging. The large instrument nacelle housing all the warning lights and gauges functions perfectly as do the pull switches exactly as Morris intended. An iconic motoring delight, perfect for whimsical open top drives. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The water cooled, overhead-valve four-cylinder engine has a cubic capacity of 1098cc and produces 48bhp at 5100rpm. The engine starts instantly at the flick of the key and is whisper quiet. The engine bay is a delight with original plates and badges remaining, and the green A-Series engine block is the correct British Standard (381c) 223 Middle Bronze Green. The 4-speed gearbox with synchromesh on 2nd, 3rd and 4th gears operates well. Thoroughly useable and ready for classic motoring enjoyment! WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Disc-type steel wheels with optional chrome disc embellishers are beautifully painted in correct Old English White. Five radial Firestone F-560 tyres of 145 R14 size are fitted and the spare is housed in the lower boot floor alongside the original red jack and wheel brace. Braking to all four wheels is hydraulically operated by a pendant pedal with front 8in and rear 7in drums, basic but effective. HISTORY FILE This wonderful example was registered new on 25th July 1968 as a Morris Minor 1000 Saloon to first owner, Miss Eileen Haydon, who kept the car for a remarkable 44 years until 2012! After only minimal dry usage, the car was garage stored when Miss Haydon ceased driving due to advancing years despite having motability aids fitted whereby it remained for some years, and the read mileage of just 3,473 has been confirmed by the family to be correct. During this time, the garage roof partially collapsed resulting in cosmetic damage to the cars roof. In February 2012, neighbour Mr Al Rodens purchased the car and embarked upon a process on recommissioning the Morris and bringing it into working order. Later that year, the third and last registered owner, Mr Mick Apps, purchased the car and commissioned renowned and established specialists, Charles Ware’s Morris Minor Centre, to professionally convert the car to a convertible. This was undertaken in 2013 with invoices in the history file from them totalling thousands. Completing the superb history file is an original workshop manual, driver’s handbook and sales brochure. This beautiful car is the epitome of British summer classic motoring and will stand up to scrutiny and delight any traditional classic enthusiast. MOT March 2018, Tax Exempt, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/_-VwODkdK2U To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskVHkSjE 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars
(SOLD) The Wagon Traveller is one of the rarest and most desirable models produced. This Minor has been restored and is in very good condition. It has wonderful wood accents, and it is most affectionately called a “woody wagon”. The green vinyl interior offers bucket seats in front with a folding rear bench. The engine compartment is particularly tidy with the Morris four-cylinder engine prominently presented. The attention to detail in every area of this wagon is apparent with all glass, trim and components well finished and ready for show. This Minor was part of large collection kept in a climate controlled environment. Very functional passenger vehicle great for showing and driving. An affordable classic car.
JUST ARRIVED IN PRIVATELY OWNED THE OWNER BOUGHT THIS VAN 5 YEARS AGO DROVE IT HOME STRIPPED IT AND NEVER FAILED TO PUT IT BACK TOGETHER HOW EVER IT ALL IS IN BOXES AND READY TO PUT BACK TOGETHER A WORTHWHILE PROJECT ORIGINAL OWNERS MANUAL ALL DOORS BONET ETC SHOT BLASTED AND LAYING IN BACK THESE VANS ARE A SURE INVESTMENT GRAB A BARGAIN
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