2 Morris Minors for sale The Blue one has I believe a partially reconditioned motor with red upholstery The Grey one is a split screen type with no motor, block only. Would suit someone looking for a restoration project.
Beautiful 1951 split screen Morris Minor for sale. Exceptionally well kept all with original features. Inside interior has been restored with lush red leather as seen in the photos above. - Registered until January 2017 - 4 door - Minimal rust - Currently insured with Shannons - Paint job in near perfect condition - Recently had $2500 worth of work done - New drum brakes
This a 1948 MORRIS Oxford UTE, a very rare car that has been in family since new, as you can see from photos, it needs full restoration, good body and timber, surface rust only. Was my Grand Dads car and i was going to restore it , but i don't have the time. Must sell, MAKE ME A REASONABLE OFFER , please call my mobile, if not answered call and speak with Frank.
another project to be cleared out comes with most parts to complete and i can provide the rest 948 engine and gear box runs and drives ok does need brakes doing has a very rare under floor fresh air heater mags are included
Here we have a unique Richards of South Australia bodied Morris 8/40 Tourer in excellent fully restored condition. An older restoration (1985) the high quality paintwork has stood the test of time. Little Mo as the second owner's wife affectionately called him/her? was shipped from England to Australia as a scuttle in 1946. A very rare, highly desireable car in Australia it is mechanically sound and only recently fitted with a brand new set of British made Victory tyres. Would not have travelled 100 kilometres since fitting. This car is 100% complete and includes the convertible folding vinyl roof together with side curtain windows. Even a recently aquired chrome Morris 8/40 badge (not fitted yet) is included in the sale. Little Mo comes with an extenisve folio of memorabilia and includng the back story of its orginal military history. Little Mo has lived all over Australia including Adelaide (1946) Maralinga and Emu Downs SA (1947 to 1952), Albany (1952 to 1983), Hyden WA (all of the 1960's and 1970's), Perth(1984) and finally was rail transported to Sydney in 2010. Little Mo has had ±6 known owners since new. Its first owner was the Australian Army where it saw military service as a Radio Signals Scout car at Maralinga and Emu Downs SA during the famous British Atomic Testing of the early 1950's. Its original factory colour prior to a total body off restoration in 1985 was the WWII Army's Olive Drab Green. It's original roof was khaki canvas. Little Mo comes with a photo album that documents its history including its full restoration in the mid 1980's. Little Mo still holds its own in daily traffic although its a bit slower than the modern's on the freeway. Mechanically sound. To date every owner so far has taken meticulous care of this fun to drive little car. With its quirky backwards opening Suicide doors this car hails from the day where you literally have to actively DRIVE the car. A very enjoyable, different driving experience, and it keeps you on your toes. Little Mo has only recently run out of NSW full rego. Little Mo is a one of a kind fire engine red (Wiggles/Noddy?) head turner that is waiting for you - Little Mo's next owner to maintain and preserve its driving and cultural history. This smart looking 70 year old is in outstanding condition for its age especially considering its last total make over was 31 years ago! As a bonus - in addition to Little Mo the vehicle itself the package comes complete with TWO - yes TWO other identical Morris 8 Tourers - a 1946 and a 1947 model - These cars are complete in all repects (except for wiring looms, seat upholstery and hood vinyl etc). One has fully rebuilt mounted engine, gearbox and drivetrain and there are more than enough surplus parts to rebuild them exactly to the same standard as Little Mo. Included in the sale are enough new/old and used stock parts including full chrome bumbers, hard to get M8 headlight buckets, mechancials, fittings and electricals to fully assemble 3 more Morris 8 Tourers provided you can find another rolling chassis. At least two extra of each spare gearboxes, diffs, transmissions, good rubber tyres galore - the works. There are enough spart parts with this sale to make any Morris Car Club spare parts department envious. The bodies are rubbed back and the cars only need re-assembling and repainting. All 3 cars have been kept under roof cover with Little Mo parked in a sealed solar fan aerated shipping container. To finish them off WILL require minimal labour effort and the sale MUST include purchasing Little Mo at the same time. It will save the restorer an enormous amount of time having a fully restored vehicle template (Little Mo) from which to work off. Providing you are not making a Hot Rod. Don't miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase three very rare Australian built Morris 8 Tourers in one line no less! Contact me to email the photos of the unrestored cars.
For sale my Morris minor, Datsun 120y engine and gear box, mag wheels, sports steering wheel, front spoiler, major front brakes, new tyres, two speed wipers a very reliable car a trophy winning car ask price
tourer convertible, blue, regrettable sale of this lovely old car, currently on club plates (not transferable), good tyres, new battery, restored 1975, runs well, some spare parts plus 4 doors, body. Swan Hill.