Morris Minor 1000 Traveller
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1967 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller
Excellent Morris Minor 1000 Traveller in white over the red leather interior. The car retains its original 1.1-liter four-cylinder engine making 48 brake horsepower from the factory and four-speed manual transmission. Only 75647 indicated kilometers on the odometer. A full inspection and service have been completed in-house, and the car is in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition and can be enjoyed as-is for many years to come.
The vehicle has Danish papers and title dating back to 1967 and is coming out of long-term Danish ownership. The car passed the Danish technical inspection (Syn/MOT/TUV) in May 2018 with 73000 kilometers on the odometer and will not have to pass inspection until 2026.
VIN/Chassis number: 1189761
Odometer: 75647 kilometers
Engine: 1.1-liter A-series inline-4
Transmission: 4-speed manual
History of the Morris Minor:
The Morris Minor is a British car that made its debut at the Earls Court Motor Show, London, on 20 September 1948. Designed under the leadership of Alec Issigonis. Three series were produced, the MM (1948 to 1953), the Series II (1952 to 1956), and the 1000 series (1956 to 1971).
Initially available as a two-door saloon and tourer (convertible), the range was expanded to include a four-door saloon in 1950, a wood-framed estate car (the Traveller) from October 1953, and a panel van and pick-up truck variants from May 1953. It was the first British car to sell over a million units and is considered a classic example of automotive design, as well as typifying "Englishness".
There is still an extensive parts backup for these cars, and parts are cheap.