Morris Minor 1000 Traveller
Lot 150
Property of a deceased's estate,1965 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller Chassis no. MAW5D-1120550 Engine no. 10MA-U-H158325
Sold for £1,725 (US$ 2,816) inc. premium

Lot Details
Morris Minor 1000 Traveller Morris Minor 1000 Traveller
Property of a deceased's estate
1965 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller
Registration no. HPX 338C
Chassis no. MAW5D-1120550
Engine no. 10MA-U-H158325

Footnotes

  • The Traveller estate version of Alec Issigonis' outstandingly successful Minor first appeared in 1953. By this time the Minor was in Series II form with an 803cc overhead-valve A-Series engine in place of the original 918cc sidevalve unit. In 1956 the Minor 1000 featuring an enlarged (948cc) engine and an improved gearbox appeared, the newcomer being readily distinguishable from the preceding 'split screen' model by virtue of its one-piece curved windscreen. There was a further capacity increase (to 1,098cc) in 1962 and from then on the Minor remained virtually unchanged until the last model - a Traveller - rolled off the production line in April 1971. The practical and stylish Traveller remained popular right to the end, and today the model enjoys an affectionate and enthusiastic following.
    This restored Minor 1000 Traveller comes with numerous invoices and documents from the Morris Minor Centre Ltd. Also on file are numerous old MoT certificates, the most recent of which dates from 2003 when the recorded (post-restoration) mileage was recorded as 4,494. Kept in storage since then, the car will require re-commissioning before returning to the road. Offered without reserve, it comes with the aforementioned invoices and MoTs; the original service book and other documents; Swansea V5C; and numerous hand written running notes.

    No Reserve.
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