1930 Morris Cowley "flatnose" saloon.
Morris Cowley four door saloon. 1930 “flatnose” model. Has a folding front roof section and opening windscreen giving open air motoring. 1271cc four cylinder side valve engine with gravity feed fuel system and magneto ignition. Has original twelve volt electrics. Electric start via a starter/generator on the gearbox. Has fuel can, spare wheel and tool box on the running boards. There is also a tool box space under the floor. Also comes with a wooden box which fits on the folding luggage rack, see pictures. Everything works as it should, even the clockwork clock which was repaired and serviced last year. Engine starts and runs very well. Brakes (all four wheels) and tyres all good. Brakes are rod operated and take some getting used to. The handbook describes the “handbrake” as a secondary brake for hills! It has had two previous restorations one by the McFarlane estate in Scotland and one in Essex in 2012. The red and black paintwork is really striking and suits the car very well. I bought the car in 2013. Only selling now to make way for another 1930s car for a change. Comes with some spares including an engine block, radiator, magneto (just serviced) and a spare half shaft. Any inspection welcome. I have access to a twin axle car trailer so delivery could be arranged if necessary. Looking for £14750 for a great piece of motoring history.
Note not sure of mileage but had to put something in the box to get the advert accepted.
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