A very well presented Series 1 Morris 8 Tourer.
This excellent example was restored some years ago but remains in first class order.
We have had quite a few of these cars over the years and this is a nice, taught example with good steering and is in arguably the best colour combination of maroon over black with red interior and fawn hood.
A Series E engine and gearbox has been fitted which means the engine has shell big end bearings and the gearbox has four speeds; a very worthwhile modification.
A stainless steel exhaust system is fitted.
New fuel pump and carburetter.
The hood is in good order and the sidescreens appear hardly used. There is a matching hood bag which would needs a couple of small repairs.
The interior is in excellent condition.
A large history file come with the car which includes receipts, old MoT’s and a buff log book dating from 1956.
Morris 8 Tourers are deservedly popular being simple to maintain with excellent spares back and a very active owners club, the Morris Register.
As always we are happy to take an interesting vehicle in part exchange.
To arrange a viewing call James on the details below or the details below.
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