vehicle overview

1936 Morris 8 Saloon. Blue over Black with Navy leather upholstery. William Morris, later to be enobled Lord Nuffield, launched his first Minor in 1928 as a direct competitor for Austin's Seven, powered by an 847cc single overhead cam motor developed by Wolseley. 39,087 ohc-engined Minor cars and commercials, and a further 47,231 vehicles with sidevalve motors were built. The first Minor was replaced by the new Eight at the 1934 London Show. During its five year production run, a total of 21,000 Eights were made at Cowley, 15 per cent of them being open tourers, though most saloons like this 1936-built example. This beautiful Morris has been subject to a comprehensive restoration and is in stunning condition. The file contains the original buff log book. It drives just as it should and has a strong engine. The underside is very solid and no sign of any corrosion. The paintwork is fresh with a superb lustre and the upholstery has all been replaced. Superb panels and gaps. Perfect for shows or rallies. This Morris would grace any private collection and is a car we would be very proud to own. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit cards accepted. Free U.K Mainland delivery. Follow us on Facebook, find us on Instagram and please feel free to call or email us for any further information



Key Facts

  • Body type: Saloon
  • Fuel type: Petrol
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Engine size: 848 cc
  • Colour: Blue
  • Miles: 87,000
  • Road Tax 12 months: Zero Rated

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01604 593445
07854 641947