First registered in London in July 1935 this early Morris 8HP two seater tourer has been the subject of a recent extensive restoration being put back on the road in 2014 and seeing only light use since.
It is very well presented in dark green over black wings with a matching green interior and a new double duck tonneau. There is, however, no hood frame or hood with the car.
There is a photographic record of the work undertaken on the car plus an owner’s handbook and V5C.
Under the bonnet all is clean and tidy and we have fitted a new six volt battery, plugs, points and condenser.
A Series Two radiator grille is presently fitted but there is a correct Series One item that can be restored with the car.
These Morris 8HP Tourers offer inexpensive and straightforward pre war motoring and are becoming increasingly sought after. With hydraulic brakes and synchromesh on the top two gears they are easy to drive and simple to maintain.
As always I will be happy to consider taking an interesting vehicle in part exchange.
For further information call James on the details below.
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