William Morris unvailed his first car, the 'Bullnose' Morris Oxford in 1913 starting a tradition of Morris Oxfords tha was to last right up to1971. With an enviable reputation for reliability and quality. By the end of the 1920s Morris Motors had become Britains largest car manufacturer holding over half of the home market. Although smaller models such as the 'Minor' and the 'Ten' were the mainstay of the range, Morris also maintained an interst in lrager cars. A completely new model, the 15/6, was announced in 1934 with a longer chassis and flexible mountings for the all new 6 cylinder 2002cc engine whilst the gearbox gained synchromesh.
The extremely rare Coupe example we offer here is one of only six believed left in the world. The car's history file tells a very interesting story as the car would appear to have only 2 owners in the first 77 years of its life. Furthermore it appears that the cart has only had 6 owners from new. The fourth owner acquired the car in 2005 and embarked upon a 4 year restoration. A photograph album depicting all the stages of the rebuild comes with the thick history file.
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Please call me on the number above for an appointment to view.