Gateway classic cars of Nashville is proud to digitally present
this 1952 Morris Minor. I am going to go ahead and call this one a
Morris Major! The Morris Minor was built to be inexpensive and sip
on a gallon of petrol for many miles, well, the body of this Morris
was attached to a 2"X3" square tube frame that has a built
Chevrolet small block secured between the rails. This 350 cubic
inch engine has been bored .40 over making it a 358CID with 10.5:1
compression Speed Pro� pistons and thumpy cam. Bolted to the short
block is a set of LT 1 heads that have been outfitted with new
valves and springs. Edlebrock� performer intake with a Demon� Carb
on top supply the air and fuel while Headman� headers help the
exhaust exit without restriction. A turbo 350 3 speed automatic
transmission that is shifted via a B&M shifter. So, Morris
body, Chevy engine and transmission, what else but a Ford� 9 inch
would you expect? This Ford 9 inch has been narrowed and houses
3.73 gears. Four links hold the rear axle in place with new coil
over shocks. In the front new ball joints and brakes that where
attached to an Opel GT provide the whoa to all the go under the
hood. With all of this, this Morris Minor still has the working
electric semaphores which are little flag that rise up behind the
doors to indicate that the drive is about to make a turn but we all
know this little car likes to go straight and in rapid fashion.
This Street beast is a pocket full of fun and then some! Options
for this Morris Minor for sale feature: Seat belts, Vinyl interior,
Kill switch, and aluminum alloy Rims. This Morris Major can be seen
in greater detail including 100+ HD photos at
www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the
Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or send us an email at
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