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1940 Morris Commercial PU 8/4 Military Truck
|1940 Morris Commercial PU 8/4 Military Truck |
1940 Morris Commercial PU 8/4 Military Truck Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Date: November 10, 2008 Location: National Military History Center in Auburn, Indiana
1966 Morris Cooper S
|1966 Morris Cooper S |
1966 Morris Cooper S 26th Atlanta British Motorcar Day Berry College Campus Rome, Georgia May 16, 2009 Photos by Douglas Wilkinson
1959 MORRIS WOODY WAGON
|1959 MORRIS WOODY WAGON|
1959 MORRIS WOODY WAGON Offered Without Reserve. To be sold at The Worldwide Groupís Houston Classic Auction on May 3, 2008. For information call 866-273-6394 or visit www.WWGauctions.com.
1971 Morris Mini
|1971 Morris Mini |
1971 Morris Mini Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, Tennessee
1967 Morris Mini
|1967 Morris Mini |
1967 Morris Mini Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Date: November 20, 2009 Location: Coker Collection, Chattanooga, Tennessee
1960 Morris Minor Pickup Truck
|1960 Morris Minor Pickup Truck|
Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction January, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.barrett-jackson.com 1960 Morris Minor Pickup Truck 26,000 LotNumber 930 The "Moggy Truck", as they became affectionately known in their homeland, was the work of Alec Lissigonis, who would go on to design the Mini. The engine is a 4-cylinder, Inline overhead valve, 948cc rated at 37hp with a 4-speed transmission. This left-hand drive Morris was sold new in Longview, Washington. It was purchased in 1994 from the original owner by Jim Smalley of Silverdale, Washington, who drove it as a fun weekend toy. He then sold it to Ken McBride of Seattle, Washington, in 2004. Mr. McBride did a total restoration on this truck to use for promotion in his business, hence the modern wheels and tires. In 2007, Mr. McBride sold a package of cars from his extensive collection to the current vendor. Great history and a very expensive restoration make for a show ready, excellent driving Morris Minor 1/4 Ton truck.
1961 Morris Minor Traveller Custom Woody
|1961 Morris Minor Traveller Custom Woody|
1961 Morris Minor Traveller Custom Woody Auction Sale Price: $11,220 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 32 This car has been reconditioned to include dual carburetors, all new fluids, wires and radiator. It has a new custom red interior, new paint, new chrome, new custom exhaust system, tires and upgraded front disc brakes. The wood was sanded and treated with marine grade varnish to ensure a long life. The car also has a custom vinyl woody roof treatment. All new glass with custom tint. All invoices of the restoration included with sale.