This example of a 1931 Morris Minor was the 8th of a batch of 30 2 seaters built at the beginning of March 1931.
These particular models were unofficially known as the “One hundred pound Morris Minors”
The car is painted in battleship grey with maroon upholstery which according to information on file for the car was its original colour.
An improved type electric wipers and indicators have been fitted and the original shock absorbers have been replaced by Hartford units (as fitted in period to M type MGs)
Recent works carried out the vehicle include; re-wiring, clutch replacement and a full service.
The car is also being sold complete with a Brian James “Bantam” trailer.
Whilst the car would benefit from some cosmetic attention it has been very much admired it is also a very sound and useable car that runs well. It is also an affordable example of a car eligible for VSCC events.
This is a fabulous original car, a genuine Lowlight with just 60,800 miles recorded, with its past owner for over 30 years, still in its original colour and retaining its original upholstery and registration.....