Ground Up Restoration
World's Supreme small car and the first British car to reach production of over 1 million vehicles. The Morris was fitted with amenities found on more expensive cars yet was affordable to the working class. Almost 2 million minors were built by 1971 when the production halted. This convertible has only 47K miles and has received a ground up restoration. The paint is beautiful and bugged to a high gloss finish. The upholstery is new with a detailed dash. The engine was rebuilt and the engine bay is detailed. This is a fun small car with plenty of room inside for you to enjoy.
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