Morris 1000 Traveller 1970 J reg

Arguably the foundest-regarded of all post war saloons,the Alec lssigonis-designed Morris Minor must rate as the most successful post war-cars to date. The Traveller Estate version first appeared in 1953 and even today is equally at home tootling around the country lanes or Kensingston high street

Powered initially by the companys's existing 918cc sidevalve four cylinder unit, the capacity was finally increased to 1,098cc being the A series engine in 1962 along with an inproved synchromesh gearbox. Despite the many upgrades the final Minor remained recognisably as the same car from the 1948 original, by which time more than 1.5 millon Minors of all types had been sold

This special Minor 1000 Traveller was lovingly restored by the last long term owner of 23 years. Work commenced between 2005 and 2012 with a great deal of money having been lavished on this car (all invoice available). The engine is a new unleaded unit fitted with electronic ignition. The underside has been fitted with new Heritage-supplied floor panels and other items for peace of mind. All exterior wood replaced along with new front steel wings and full re-paint. Sensible upgrades include alternator electrics, halogen headlights, servo assisted Marina disc brakes, special Spak telescopic shock absorbers, stainless steel exhaust system, Radial tyres all round, all new interior carpets, and just to complete the picture a very usefull little cluster of extra drivers instruments. Comes complete with a huge stack of invoices, works and owners manuals, Full years mot, Debit/Credi/Cards/Taken (Deliver Service Available)