Ian's Morris Minors
4 Door 1965 Light Blue Saloon
Description
Although I am not officially selling these , I am open to suitable offers as I have too little space for storage. This one was rebuilt to MOT standards under my instruction from one that had been stored for nine years. The substantial MOT failure parts have been corrected , but new / replacement doors and boot would be needed to turn it into a good start , and things like a good clean of the floor and repaint and remove underseal from inside of boot wings and repaint accordingly will make it a lot more useful. The engine ( Dynamo ? ) also screams under use , but I have run for around 1000 miles over and around London , and I can deliver Surrey / within M25 if needed. The front A Posts and read C posts are also some more rust traps along with the front wings , basically a good rolling restoration and a number of the required parts , like doors are with the car or easily and cheaply avalible.
2 Door 1968 Green Saloon
Description
Built out of left over parts , this one currently has no passenger seat ( will be supplied from the re-upholsterers ) , and has sustain offside front impact damage to wing where I drove it into a brick pillar by my garage. The nearside front suspension needs lowering and I am told that the offside rear spring needs replacing as it is flat. There is further impact damage to the offside where a speeding pizza moped impacted , this needs internal straighening to make perfect and the door slight beating back into shape , all easy , but time consuming work.

Austin Minor Van 1971
Description
I had a van and sold it , got bored so got this one , runs around to car boots , again a non runner when acquired , a replacement gearbox has been fitted and it generally runs ok , has MOT , but needs front brakes cleaning and re balancing ( a service item on a minor of any description really ) and the rear chassis is bent up on one side , so needs expert handling , is worth it for the mechanics and the solid body and front end for the real person with time , although an adequate runner for local work no problem. Again no passenger seat , needs stuffing .



4 Door 1960 Saloon
Description
With its original number plate and clipper blue paintwork ( which needs a good polish ) , the detractions are the 948 engine - its third , this really needs replacement with a 1098 , the 948 just cannot cope with motorway ( or the A3 ) life. The doors are breaking out in rust , I would replace on a rolling basis and use them to refurbish the light blue one above. The carpet is non-orginal , I still have most of the old carpet and have replaced the dynamo with an alternator as this one has always had problems in starting. An electrics renewal and proper replacement of the brake master cylinder ( the refurb lockheed item just is not good enough ) also the rear dampers need repair or replacment for a little less lively ride. Again one of the leather seats is removed , but will be avalible after repair.