1952 Morris Minor Tourer Convertible / FLAWLESS SHOWROOM CONDITION
Made in Great Britain by the British Motor Corporation from 1948-1972, this meticulously restored Morris Minor Tourer convertible was the first year for the Series II Morris Minors. After closing up shop in 1972, over 1.3million Morris Minors were produced.
At just 1609lbs, this overhead valve 803cc A-Series flat 4 cylinder Austin designed engine, gearbox, differential and axle casing pushes 30hp and has a 4-speed transmission. 0-60 times are just under one minute. No speed records will be broken here. With that said, this little Minor does move along nicely and safely. It is an absolute pleasure to drive and tons of fun and at an estimated 40mpg, you can go a long way. For some added fun, take a look at the side marker turn signals
The level of restoration on this micro car is incredible. We have never seen a car like this done so well with so much attention to detail. This is without question, a museum quality show car! We will let the photos do the talking on this one...Ask questions or come on in and take a look! You will not be disappointed!
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