1962 Morris Minor 1000 Saloon

Estimated at £4,500 - £5,500

Lot details
Registration No: 800 BJU
Chassis No: MAS3D981374
Mot Expiry: May 2020

- Extensive Service History and collection of MOT's from start of ownership

- Single family ownership and dry stored from new

- No advisory MOT until May 2020

- Rust proofed and electronic ignition / immobiliser fitted by Charles Ware of Morris Minor Centre

- Original paintwork

- Documented proof of 42,563 miles

- Original logbook

- New wheels and radials fitted

- Stainless steel exhaust

The Morris Minor is almost as universal a symbol of England as the London bus and the red telephone box and, with over 1.3 million manufactured in its 23-year reign, is one of the most successful cars of all time. Designed by Alec Issigonis (who later penned the ubiquitous Mini), the Minor was unveiled at the 1948 Earls Court Motor Show and 13 years later became the first British car to achieve a million sales. The final iteration followed a year later and featured an increase in engine capacity to 1098cc, a modified facia layout with recessed centre section in textured steel, a return of a glovebox lid for the passenger-side cubby hole, improved heater and more contemporary-looking front light units.

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