Vintage and Prestige are proud to offer this 1925 Morris Cowley Bullnose Tourer For Sale.
Registration: SV 6468
Chassis no: 80709
Engine no: 92943
Mileage shown: 35,299
Introduced during 1913, the basic Morris 'Bullnose' design lasted until 1926 by which time its variants accounted for an impressive forty-five per cent of new car sales in the UK. Compared to domestic and foreign rivals in the 12hp-14hp market, the model offered notably good performance courtesy of its torquey,
The distinctive solid nickel “Bullnose” radiator was instantly recognisable, becoming a symbol of real quality and yet the Oxford and Cowley models were offered at a price which other manufacturers could not match and still remain in business. Morris was a master of mass production and a formidable negotiator on price for ‘bought in’ components.
The Cowley was powered by a four-cylinder side-valve engine displacing 1,548cc and rated at 11.9hp, driving through a cork clutch and with a three speed gearbox. Most popularly offered as either a two-seater with dickey or a four seat tourer.
This charming Bullnose comes to us in excellent condition after being under the current ownership for 2 decades. The engine fires immediately and pulls strongly, the chassis and suspension is well lubricated, allowing for a smooth drive.
The exterior is finished in green a black and presented beautifully, the nickel work is all in good condition. There are period correct gauges to the dashboard, all in working order.
In our showroom and ready for viewing.
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1930 four door "flatnose Cowley". 1548cc engine, three speed gearbox. Has folding roof over the front seats. Opening screen. Luggage rack. All in excellent condition. I have owned for six years. Beautiful.....
This Bullnose Morris is a lovely little car, very well looked after over its 95 year lifetime, a credit to its former owners.Recently lovingly serviced and fettled by a very close enthusiast friend.....