This magnificently restored award winning - 1938 MORRIS 8/40 Mk 11 ROADSTER Is powered by a Morris UB series 918 cc four-cylinder side-valve engine With three bearing crankshaft and single SU carburettor The gearbox is a four-speed unit with synchromesh Lockheed hydraulic breaks Coil ignition in a Lucas electrical system powered by a 6 volt battery and third brush dynamo Fuel consumption 6.3 Lt / 100 Km Approx 45 Mpg This CLASSIC British Roadster has competed in the South Australian Morris Car Club's Bay to Birdwood Run Driven from Melbourne to Adelaide and return for this event The vehicle comes with - a spare 3 speed gear box a spare front grille a complete workshop manual an original lubrication chart
this has had the same owner for 50+ years and has never been restored, has original upholstery on seats and door cards, hoodlining, has original paint, brakes recently reconditioned, good 1500cc engine, gearbox and back axle, stainless steel exhaust and it has telescopic shock absorbers on the rear, drives and performs well, has 5 1/2" wheels and good tyres.
1968 Morris 1100S 1275cc Project Car - in need of a bit of tender loving care, or the complete opposite - you could tear it up for parts for your Mini! Strong 1275cc motor with 4speed syncro Remote Gearbox Near New Yokohama tyres with Red minilite wheels. Recent mechanical work includes head gasket, new clutch slave cylinder, new flexible brake lines between the master cylinder and both front and rear brakes, new flexible exhaust pipe. LPG system with HS4 carburettor / Ramflo air filter. VH40 Brake Booster Electric Fan Restractor front Seat belts Professionally Tinted Windows Clutch a little bit shuddery on down changes, OK on upshifts, currently not causing difficulties driving. Exhaust needs replacing - baffles are next to non existant. Interior in this car has been fully redone and is beautiful to sit in and look at. Rear parcel shelf has top spec JBL's 6x9s in the rear, 6's splits in the front, CD player head unit face has disappeared. 14" Mountney Sports Steering wheel It currently only runs on gas as the petrol lines have been disconnected by previous owner. Starts, runs and drives fantastic on LPG, goes like a rocket. Body will need attention, paint has oxidised badly, rust forming in a lot of places, bog / fill has keeping it at bay currently, but could do with a full respray to return it back to its former glory. $3000 Has been registered in Victoria, NSW and SA, located in SA currently. Email for more pictures
1969 MORRIS MINOR COUPE 1100cc, series 5, fully import in 1970, dark blue, radio, new tyres, power brakes, dress ring, go good, 70,000 miles, no rust, not many in Aust. Good trim, carpet, clock, driving light, top car.
1966 morris mini moke. There are only a few of these small wheel mokes around today. Prize winning car that has had a full nut and bolt resto. painted in 2 pak original colour, all new parts fitted , engine/gearbox completely re-built with new parts,engine converted to un-leaded fuel done only 30 miles ,full S.A. rego.contact for full details of resto. and photos Ph. 0429088100 or email to email@example.com
4 door tourer by Bryans Motor Bodies WA. Engine & gearbox already reconditioned in this project; chassis straightened; wheels blasted & painted; new tyres; running boards & panel work. $6,000 for the lot or $5,000 less spares extra to project. Must sell due to other projects. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wonderful 1958 JB van, restored over the last 5 years into a daily driving classic. All the hard work has been done. Close to RWC. Very original, perfect for small business or farmers markets. She turns heads and they are always smiling. It breaks my heart - however she has to go. Good home only.
1935 Morris commercial T2 van. one of very few T2s left in the world, only one known in Australia. runs very well, gear changes feel nice and tight,this is a genuine barn find,unrestored and unmolested. has been in storage since the early 80's. very interesting and intriguing history involving murder and mystery.will possibly not get around to restoring it myself, so reluctantly decided to let it go.