You are bidding on this very rare and desirable 1937 Morris ten series II. You simply do not see these any more and certainly not in this condition. This is an old restoration but has been under cover since so the body work and paint work remains to be in very good order. Looks to be in original condition which again is difficult to find these days. As you can see the pictures are poor and limited, the car has not been prepared for sale but you can see what a lovely car this is. Clean the car and it would look stunning. The engine is running well and it comes with a V5c, tax and MOT exempt. Sitting in this car simply takes you back in time.
History: A rationalisation of the Morris range took place in 1935 and the new Ten series II shared its body and chassis with the Morris Twelve series. A three-speed manual gearbox was fitted at first, but a four-speed reappeared as an option from 1936 and standard from 1937. Steel disc Easiclene wheels replaced the wire ones at the end of 1936. Two tone paintwork is common.
Unfortunately I know very little about these cars as I am selling it on behave of a friend but I will try to answer any questions. It will need re-commissioning but only a very small amount of work is required where it has been in storage. These are normally £12,000 or more therefore this is a bargain at £9,500 and it is not up for negotiation. This will not be around long, first to view will buy. Please do not look to bid unless you truly want to buy.
The car is located on the Isle of Wight so viewing will need to take place there and will need to be towed away . Full payment will be required prior to taking possession.
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