A delightful Morris Minor 1000 Traveller, affectionately known as ‘Molly’
Recently restored to excellent condition
Original wood (stripped back and varnished)
Original seats in excellent condition
Many new parts including carpets and headlining
Recently refurbished engine and gearbox
Disc brake upgrade
A Morris Minor Traveller which drives very well indeed.
Many more pictures available upon request.
6 previous owners, with the previous owner having owned the car from December 2003 – February 2017.
50,665 miles indicated.
Body & Paintwork:
This car benefits from a recent restoration, and presents very well.
Finished in its original colour of Bermuda blue, and still retaining its original wood which has been stripped back and treated.
The paintwork is very nice, and certainly helps make this Morris Minor one of the best we have seen.
Interior & Trim:
The interior presents just as well as the exterior.
New carpets have been fitted, along with a new headlining & retaining the original seats, which are in excellent condition.
Everything works as it should do, and this interior is a fantastic step back in time.
Turn the car, and the engine fires in to life quickly and without any drama at all.
Even from cold the car runs very well, and once on the road you will not be able to help but smile.
We are told the car has had a recent engine and gearbox overhaul, although we have no proof of this, but with the way this car runs, having no unwanted noises, and no smoking suggest’s that it may well of had this recent work carried out.
The engine bay itself presents well as can be seen in the pictures provided.
This car drives very well indeed, the disc brake upgrade means the braking ability is brought up to modern day standards and helps make the car more confidence inspiring to drive.
No unwanted noises from the running gear at all, with nice steering (no woeful play in the steering as is common) driving straight and true.
This superbly presented Morris Minor 1000 was supplied new by Bradburn & Wedge Ltd in Wolverhampton on the 20th September 1968 and stayed with its first owners for around 50 years. The original bill.....