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  • Morris Oxford 'Bullnose' Tourer


    This delightful-looking `Bullnose' Tourer was the subject of an earlier restoration in c.1981, and comes complete with photos of the work carried out, as well as a large history file that includes: the original instruction book, brown log book, various invoices, plus a collection of old tax discs and MOTs. It is believed the venerable Morris featured in the `House of Elliot' TV programme and its characterful presentation includes period badges and various running board-mounted accessories. The model of `Bullnose' offered broke cover in September 1918. It was longer and stronger than its predecessor and capable of transporting up to five passengers. Initially it was powered by a 1548cc engine manufactured by the British branch of Hotchkiss. This was increased in capacity to 1802cc during 1923. The Oxford name reflected the city in which the car was built and the `Bullnose' moniker stemmed from the distinctive rounded top of the model's radiator.

    • Year: 1923
    For sale
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  • 1928 Morris Oxford Empire Tourer

    £22,995 £22,995

    This is a highly interesting motor car was previously sold by us around two years ago, selling to a customer in South Wales who has completed in various rallies and events. Over the years we have sourced many rare, interesting vehicles and this is certainly something quite special. Not only does this rare Morris Oxford Empire have a fascinating history, it had travelled the World and comes with a detailed, comprehensive history file. The Morris has only ever had two UK owner, the first successfully toured France on several occasions and in order to achieve this without problem, has kept the car in strong mechanical condition. Our Morris has an ultra rare boat tail style body, original 2513cc, 15.9 h.p (16/40) engine and is capable of driving anywhere proving absolutely ideal for overseas touring and rallies. The Morris Empire Oxford was a designed with the intentions of making a robust vehicle with high ground clearance that was capable of long distance touring, built to endure rough conditions. In July 1927, 250 chassis were exported to the Colonies, most were sent to Australia and New Zealand and some to India and South Africa. The four cylinder side valve engine had a bore of 80

    • Year: 1928
    • Mileage: 2004 mi
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