Morris Minor Car Club of NSW Inc

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Vehicle Identification

To assist with identification of vehicles here is a list or Morris Minor Production Numbers.
Here is another document to assist in Identifying your Morris including items such as:
  • Broad classifications
  • Front Grilles
  • Lighting – Rear, side and head lamps
  • Speedometer Identification
  • Fascia Layout
  • Chassis Number Identification
  • Engine Information
  • Gearbox/Rear Axle Information
  • Paint/Trim Colour Schemes  and
  • Body Colour : Duration of use

For Sale

1969 imported Morris Minor 1100 Woody
1969 imported Morris Minor 1100 Woody
Reconditioned gearbox, good body and timber, new carpet and trim, a nice car to drive.
Selling due to ill health.
Car on H plates (not transferable)
$26 000
Call Ray on 0439 411 675

November-December 2021
1949 Black Low Light 2-door sedan Side valve engine
1949 Black Low Light 2-door sedan Side valve engine, good paint, new brake master cylinder/wheel cylinders/brake hoses, recon front end and all new shackle rubbers.
Barn find (Camden NSW) - must sell due to ill health.
Car comes with a spare ALTA side valve engine OHV English conversion with twin carries and extractors (this engine does require some repairs.
$12 000 ono
Call Ray: 0439 411 675

November-December 2021
1954 Morris Minor, Grey, Series II 4-door sedan
1954 Morris Minor, Grey, Series II 4-door sedan.
1200 Datsun motor and 4-speed gearbox, MG disc brakes, sports wheels, radio, good paint and trim, new carpets; sea belts fitted.
Registered till July 2022, this is a nice car to drive; this was a lady’s car for 24 years.
$12 800
Call Ray Selby on 0439 411 675

November-December 2021
1957 Morris Minor 1000
1957 Morris Minor 1000
Immaculate condition!
3rd owner of the car, local history known. Fully restored, new paint, new interior, etc. 31 172 genuine miles, only ever been a Sunday driver.
Car sold unregistered, $25 000 firm.
For more information, contact:
Joyce on 0428 626 669 or
Scott on 0428 625 058

November-December 2021
Morris Minor 1000 Sedan 1959
Morris Minor 1000 Sedan 1959
1098 engine fully rebuilt
New rims and tyres
Toyota Celica 5 speed gearbox
Disc Brakes
7 months rego
$15 000
Contact Anthony Michael on 0412 026 878

November-December 2021
1951 Morris Tourer
1951 Morris Tourer
Briefly, it’s a '51 tourer which I have partly restored over 15 years. In total it's been off the road 35+ years. Unfortunately, business commitments changed for me 5 years ago and I have no opportunity to work on the car. In addition, the storage facility in which it has been kept will shortly go on the market and this sounds the final siren for me.

One of the early ‘transition’ models (No. 91,826) - 1951 Low-light body with hilight guards. At last search (2004) the original no plate (SA)311-477 was still available.

When Morris decided to export the car to the U.S. in 1950-51 they discovered the car wouldn’t meet regs as the low light version’s headlamps were below regulation height. Hence the “hi-light” guard was designed and fitted to low-light bodies from about mid ‘51 as there were plenty in store. That guard was standardised forthwith.

Originally found in a shed in the mid 90’s, the car had been well stored for about 16 years. The car was covered in oil-soaked hession bags. Partial restoration has been embarked upon and the car has now been off the road for over 35 years.

I decided to fit hi-lite guards (even though low-lite guards could’ve been used) because I prefer them. I think hi-light Morries are more attractive than the “bullnosed” low-lights. Easy conversion to lowlight is possible if preferred, by fitting low-lite guards, grill & surround.

One major influence on my decision was the national Morris Concours Winner from 2003. This car captivated me with its style and colour scheme and I decided to replicate it. The judging was in SA and I was able to touch and smell it!

‘Mr Morris Minor’, Murray Webb, did the bodywork repairs/rust removal in 2007. Murray’s work is the considered the best by those in Morris Minor circles in SA and is a credential for the car.

Much of the major work has been completed and I’ve invested lots of time and money doing everything properly to safeguard the car’s heritage.

• Side valve engine stripped and inspected by my mechanic (not original motor according to engine no.). Engine was in good condition
• Head modified for ULP. Larger valves fitted ex Nissan Pulsar
• Induction and exhaust manifolds cleaned up
• Gearbox reconditioned and new parts manufactured to suit
• Upholstery done in fawn with maroon piping because the body was to be maroon
• Hood material matches the seats. Hood bows and timber rails obtained
• Wheels rolled and primed
• Springs reset
• Under body sealed with 2 thick coats of chassis black brushed on
• Radiator recond
• Brake master cylinder replaced. Wheel cylinders recond
• Recond pedal box

While I have heaps of parts the car is not complete in every detail. For example, some chrome fittings, most glass, wiring, and side curtains are required.

I have spent over $7000 thus far and hope to get offers between $4,500-$6,000. I think $5,000 so this would be a realistic price.

Mark Jones 0407717861

November-December 2021


Wanted to buy: Very nice original or restored Morris Minor. Please contact Troy Workman in Sydney on 0477 738 800

September-October 2021