1932 Morris Minor Two Seater


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1932 Morris Minor Two Seater


Introduced at the 1928 Motor Show, the new smallest edition to the Morris range was intended to compete with the Austin Seven in the burgeoning ‘baby car’ sector of the market.

Originally powered by an overhead camshaft 847cc engine, a lower priced model appeared from 1931, using a side valve unit. 

The car offered here is a Two Seat Tourer of 1932 manufacture. Restored a few years ago, it presents very well with green leather interior trim and a good quality hood and side screens - these are stowed behind the seats in the small luggage area, along with a tonneau cover.

These cars are well supported by the enthusiastic Vintage Minor Register and are also accepted by the VSCC.

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To register your interest and to arrange your appointment to view, do give us a call on - 01420-474919or 07710-364945 or do drop us an email at enquiries@robinlawton.com