1951 Morris MinorReview
1951 Sidevalve Morris Minor — One of the first Morris Minors to have the 'raised headlights'. Can't pull the skin off a rice pudding, but thats not what this car is for. The Morris Minor was introduced at the 1948 Earls Court motor show, and was an instant hit. At first almost all cars made were headed overseas, they simply could not make enough!
Pros: Rare untouched conditin.
Cons: No seatbelts.....
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