1926 Morris Oxford 13.9 Bullnose 2 seat tourer - NOW SOLD
One of the most successful Bristish cars of its period, the ‘Bullnose’ Morris (So called due to the distinctive radiator shape) was a familiar sight on our roads for many years after production ceased in 1926, when the new ‘Flatnose’ models appeared.
Their reliability was legendary and many were still giving dependable service right through the 1950’s. The most popular models were the two seater with dickey seat, although 4 seat tourer and saloon variants were also available.
The larger model, the Oxford, was powered by a 13.9 hp engine displacing 1802 cc and it was priced very competitively, undercutting all its rivals significantly. Offering excellent value, the Morris Oxford was usually the car of choice for the buyer who’s finances couldn't quite stretch to an Austin 12/4, or a Humber.
Dating from 1926, this Oxford is in very sound order, having clearly been the subject of much refurbishment some years ago. It has recently benefited from a new hood, tonneau cover and hood bag. It has the Barker Mechanical Headlamp Dipping system, operated by a lever to the right of the driver, while period features include the ‘Calormeter’ water temperature gauge and brass bulb horn.
A smart example of a truly iconic Vintage motor car, it is offered for sale as the vendor is reducing his collection. Much paperwork is included.
For more information please call me on 07710-364945 or 01420-474919.
We are located south of the Hindhead Tunnel (A3) between Petersfield and Alton. Viewing by prior appointment please.
Delivery can be arranged at very competitive rates.