We have just taken this stunning 1972 Morris Marina in part exchange just this week.
68000 miles from new and comes complete with a service history folder that includes much recent expenditure including new wheel cylinders, a full new carpet set has been fitted as well as replacing the fuel tank sender unit.
This is genuinely the most solid example we have ever come across, lifting the carpets to change them over revealed a floor that is without a single piece of rust whatsoever!!! very rare indeed - I have taken pictures confirming this.
It has been undersealed in the past to a very high standard, giving a factory finish rather than the heavy waxing you quite often see on historic vehicles that can hide a multitude of sins.
The engine bay is absolutely spotless and shows just how well this car has been cherished in the past.
Part exchange is very welcome with any modern or classic vehicle.
Export enquiries welcome and shipping can be arranged.
If you are looking for a good marina I can guarantee you will never have seen one so good and the likelihood is you never will again.
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