The Morris Oxford Series IIl is now a rare sight on the roads and this 1957 example must be one of the best survivors in the world.
We originally bought this car in February 2016 from a classic car collector in Malvern.
We have had the pleasure of selling several of this collectors cars in the past few years as he likes to use them for a season or two and then sell in order to to buy a model he has not owned before.
We transported it back to our showroom in Leeds and sold it without advertising it to a local enthusiast who has enjoyed it for the past 18 months. As he has now decided to buy a 1930's Austin Seven we have been able to buy it back and take it into stock as cars of this quality are very hard to find.
The car is of show quality with the grey bodywork straight and sound and the red interior in very good condition. The chrome is bright and under the bonnet it is very clean and presentable. The underside is exceedingly sound and original with no signs of any welding repairs.
While out on the road, the car changes gear well and the engine pulls smoothly. It still has working trafficators but modern indicators have been fitted front and rear to improve safety on todays roads.
Although the car is now MOT exempt as it was manufactured prior to 1960, it has an MOT which runs until September 2018 and the car will be licensed for 12 months at no cost from the date of sale as it qualifies for the Historic Taxation class.
The history file contains the current V5, the MOT, copies of previous V5s, some previous MOTs and some invoices for work completed. The current recorded mileage is 41704.
According to the web site, http://www.howmanyleft.co.uk, there are very few Morris Oxford Series IIl Saloons left in existance and even fewer still on the road.
Prospective buyers are welcome to come and view the car in our Leeds showroom.
UK wide professional delivery is available. Please ring for a quote. We are also happy to deliver to any mainland port for export.
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Welcome to our ninth auction of 2018.
The vehicle listed here will be offered for auction on Saturday December 15th.
Full details regarding this item, many further interesting entries, our T&C’s and our location information can be found on our website.
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