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Rover P6 (2000) P6B (3500)

Rover P6 (2000) P6B (3500)

Introduced in 1963, the stylish 2000 was a complete break with tradition (the P4 was still available). It had a monocoque base with bolt-on body panels. The OHC engine was completely new. Automatic and twin-caburettor models arrived in 1967.

Morris 1100 & 1300 1962-1971

Morris 1100 & 1300 1962-1971

Morris 8 & 10

Morris 8 & 10

The 8 series E was launched in 1938 but production stopped duing the war. Manufacture started again in 1946 and lasted until 1948.

Morris 8 Series E

Morris 8 Series E

Specification
Morris Eight series E

Engine
4-cyclinder 918 cc

Power
29 hp @ 4400 rpm

Top speed
98 km/h

Morris Marina

Morris Marina

The Marina was the successor to the 1100 and 1300 series.

Morris Marina

Morris Marina

Morris Marina

Morris Marina

It came in various body styles: a coupé, saloon and traveller.

Morris Mini

Morris Mini

Initially called the Mini Minor, the Mini soon became a smash hit all over the world. Its innovative hydrolastic suspension provided superb roadholding, if a little harsh.

Oxford Farina

Oxford Farina

This is the first Oxford with the Farina body style. From this point on BMC used the same body for Austin Cambridge. The brochure caption says the car was built in Holland.

Morris Oxford

The Morris Oxford MO series was manufactured from 1948 to 1952. The Oxford was the Minor's big sister. It was fitted with a four cylinder 1.5 litre side-valve engine that produced 41 bhp at 4200 rpm.

Pre-war models

Pre-war models

1937 Morris

1937 Morris Twenty-Five Series II

Advertisement on the cover of Motor in 1937

Morris Six & Isis

Morris Six & Isis

Built from 1949 to 1954, this model was fitted with a 6-cylinder 2215 cc engine that produced 66 hp, giving the car a top speed of 125 km/h.

Morris Six

1949 Morris Six

 

Morris Isis

1955 Morris Isis

 

MG Montego

MG Montego

More badge-engineering from Austin-Morris

This car could be had in an all-white livery with accompanying red instruments. The turbo version had a logo on the seat backs. Power is from a 2-litre O-series fuel injected engine. Power steering was standard on the Turbo.

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