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#1 OFFLINE   Squire_Dawson

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 07:07 PM

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Once upon a time, I owned a Morris Minor:

 

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It was a wretched little car. This was in no small part due to its Austin A30 running gear, foisted upon Morris on account of the BMC inception. A weedy 803cc engine which ate big end bearings (actually the first A Series but the later versions were completely different), terrible gearbox with a gear stick 3 feet long (which at least had some novelty value) and the A30 rear axle ratio; in other words, very low. It was gutless and slow. I vowed never to have another again, unless it was the right model.

By the 'right model', I mean what the biscuit and tea Minor lot call a 'transitional' car. These were built from late 1962 to 1964 and incorporate the earlier features of separate starter control, opposing arc wipers, gold faced speedometer and duotone upholstery, with the benefit of the later engine which made the Minor into the car everybody knows and loves. All this was years ago; I hadn't had one for ages as I realised there were better, more interesting cars out there for the same or less money, and in any case, they would hardly ever be in short supply. In short, apart from the desire to own another being at the back of my mind, I wasn't too bothered.

Enter an old friend I knew from my split-screen owning days, who asked if I still had a Minor, to which I answered no, but would have another of the aforesaid type. "I'm selling one!", my mate said. "Great!" quoth I, and promptly went to see it. Cosmetically challenged but solid with evidence of recent, good welding, I was suitably impressed. The next step was to get it running, which it did after cleaning the points and filling the SU with a fresh charge of bang water. Turning it on the handle first to gently free up the engine, for it had been standing a few years, the ignition was subsequently switched on and, heavens above, it fired straight up! Sounded sweet, too. Needless to say I had already agreed to buy it.

Here it is:

 

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There is much to be done in the way of little jobs before it returns to the road, and it is a 1962 car so will need an MoT. Junkman and Conrad kindly offered to help out and begin work, but the car is here, and indeed the moral support of the GGG is second to none. This new arrival means the Shite Station Wagon will be up for sale, as I don't have room for them all.

 


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Squeak, rattle and roll.

 

 

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1962 Morris 1000 Traveller - English Tudorbethan

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 07:35 PM

SERCKS!


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Posted 21 December 2017 - 07:42 PM

This new arrival means the Shite Station Wagon will be up for sale, as I don't have room for them all.


Bah. I was hoping you'd be opening up a Morris museum.

I've been looking a Minors but came to the same conclusion you had. Generally mildly interesting but a lot of money for what they are.
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Posted 21 December 2017 - 07:44 PM

oh how sweeeeet,

 

a moggie traveller!

 

cute, practical, and come may 2018, mot exempt.

 

not that i agree with doing away with mot requirements, but i don't make the rules.

 

what condition is the wood in? it looks very dark in the pictures above, though that could be the lighting of the pictures, or the wood could have been stained at some point?

 

i like minors, ok they cost alot to  buy in good nick, but they are charming, friendly little cars. not very quick i grant you but lovely little things nevertheless.

 

they always make me smile when i see one on the road.


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Posted 21 December 2017 - 07:57 PM

Excellent! :-)

 

Some years ago Six-Cylinder and I had a pale blue Moggie Traveller, that he got from his then place of work, which had taken it in part exchange for a new car. I used it for commuting to the station and it was lots of fun, had great character and was very practical. It ended up with something stripped/broken in the gearbox that left it with 1st, 4th and reverse gears only, but we still used it as a removal van when moving house. It swallowed up a spare 'E' Type engine, a washing machine and all the dining room furniture (not all at the same time, obvs). IIRC the front passenger seat folded up and over to give more room inside for longer loads.

 

Six-Cylinder reckoned it was odd but still perfectly feasible to rev to the limit in 1st then chug along in 4th until due roadspeed had been achieved for a smooth ride. We drove it around like that for some time, until it was swapped for restoration work to get our 2L Mk2 Bond Equipe convertible back on the road. That was a pleasant car too and the first of the three Bond Equipes in our household, but I wish we had paid cash for the work and hung onto the Morris! I would like another one someday.


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Posted 21 December 2017 - 07:59 PM

Bah. I was hoping you'd be opening up a Morris museum.

I've been looking a Minors but came to the same conclusion you had. Generally mildly interesting but a lot of money for what they are.

 

Yes, they are a bit yawn boring due to their ubiquity and simplicity, but the trouble is, if you've had one you'll want another, as the handling is so much fun and they really are addictive. There are still bargains to be had. A 2 door would be the best for regular use for ~£1000 a decent one.

 

oh how sweeeeet,

 

a moggie traveller!

 

cute, practical, and come may 2018, mot exempt.

 

not that i agree with doing away with mot requirements, but i don't make the rules.

 

what condition is the wood in? it looks very dark in the pictures above, though that could be the lighting of the pictures, or the wood could have been stained at some point?

 

i like minors, ok they cost alot to  buy in good nick, but they are charming, friendly little cars. not very quick i grant you but lovely little things nevertheless.

 

they always make me smile when i see one on the road.

 

Wood is good. One of the reasons I bought it. But there is a rear wing parting company...


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Squeak, rattle and roll.

 

 

Thanks restorer.

 

Save the Pangolins.

 

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1952 Morris Oxford Series MO - Sidevalve Shite

1959 Humber Super Snipe - Big banger

1962 Morris 1000 Traveller - English Tudorbethan

1975 Austin Allegro 1100 DL - m'Lod

 

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 08:02 PM

SERCKS!

 

I wondered who would be the first to spot that!


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Thanks restorer.

 

Save the Pangolins.

 

Current shite:

1952 Morris Oxford Series MO - Sidevalve Shite

1959 Humber Super Snipe - Big banger

1962 Morris 1000 Traveller - English Tudorbethan

1975 Austin Allegro 1100 DL - m'Lod

 

Please look out for hedgehogs!


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Posted 21 December 2017 - 08:05 PM

This new arrival means the Shite Station Wagon will be up for sale, as I don't have room for them all.


Ahem.
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Posted 21 December 2017 - 09:29 PM

I am ignoring the bit about the Shite Wagon for sale.....Congrats on the Minor, though Squire!   Mine's a transitional and deliberately sought for that reason.   Clap hand wipers, proper dash arrangement and banjo wheel.   You have proper sized doors, too.   The four door is a bit like hiding in a cupboard.


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Posted 21 December 2017 - 09:57 PM

I don't think I'd want to own one, but like so many cars, Minors are a national institution and therefore are excellent in my book ^^


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Posted 21 December 2017 - 10:22 PM

I am ignoring the bit about the Shite Wagon for sale.....

 

I tried. And failed. Miserably.


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Posted 21 December 2017 - 10:28 PM

The real problem I have with Minors is that they are a hoot to drive.

At least mine was, a '64 more door in full district nurse spec.

Not sure how three trees worth of neo Georgianism affect this.

 

But I mustn't like them. No, I mustn't. I must like Baas. And Ovlovs.


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Posted 21 December 2017 - 10:28 PM

Assuming the Shite Wagon is the Oxford, how much?



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Posted 21 December 2017 - 10:38 PM

Assuming the Shite Wagon is the Oxford, how much?

 

Shiter's price a firm 900, which is what I paid for it. You can't say fairer than that.


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Squeak, rattle and roll.

 

 

Thanks restorer.

 

Save the Pangolins.

 

Current shite:

1952 Morris Oxford Series MO - Sidevalve Shite

1959 Humber Super Snipe - Big banger

1962 Morris 1000 Traveller - English Tudorbethan

1975 Austin Allegro 1100 DL - m'Lod

 

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 10:49 PM

Shiter's price a firm 900, which is what I paid for it. You can't say fairer than that.

OK I need some ways to persuade Mrs Concern that this would be a good idea after the XM debacle.



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Posted 21 December 2017 - 11:47 PM

I wondered who would be the first to spot that!

 

If the first response had been anything other than "SERCKS!!" then I'd have deleted my account. 


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Posted 22 December 2017 - 09:23 AM

£900 is a great price for that old Oxford, and I must say I'm genuinely quite put out that I don't have the spare cash due to moving out etc :( Looks really practical.


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Posted 24 December 2017 - 05:28 PM

I made a start cleaning up the interior of the car, and under the rear seat there was some interesting rubbish.

 

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One weird masonic pamphlet and a window sticker advertising something to do with Jet petrol, which I think I should stick in the rear window.

 

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Squeak, rattle and roll.

 

 

Thanks restorer.

 

Save the Pangolins.

 

Current shite:

1952 Morris Oxford Series MO - Sidevalve Shite

1959 Humber Super Snipe - Big banger

1962 Morris 1000 Traveller - English Tudorbethan

1975 Austin Allegro 1100 DL - m'Lod

 

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Posted 24 December 2017 - 06:47 PM

I've had a few* Minors. My Dad passed his test in one of them, only had a bike licence until he was 50.

Have raced them as well, may have photos somewhere. Once had a van with a wooden floor, passed the MOT no problem.

Apart from knuckle joints,  and 2nd gear they are fine.


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Posted 24 December 2017 - 07:54 PM

:)

My dad was a Buffalo!  Also, I worked in a Jet petrol station from 1977-79.  Nice finds!

 

Minor looks well bought too.  I could fancy your Oxford but fortunately I don't have any money ;)


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Posted 24 December 2017 - 09:39 PM

Not masons, more like a private drinking club with charitable overtones, sort of a boozy Rotary Club with silly hats.
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Posted 25 December 2017 - 12:55 AM

I fancy your Oxford and fortunately can arrange an overdraft ;)


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Posted 25 December 2017 - 11:14 AM

 

Have raced them as well, may have photos somewhere.

 

Yes please!


Squeak, rattle and roll.

 

 

Thanks restorer.

 

Save the Pangolins.

 

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1952 Morris Oxford Series MO - Sidevalve Shite

1959 Humber Super Snipe - Big banger

1962 Morris 1000 Traveller - English Tudorbethan

1975 Austin Allegro 1100 DL - m'Lod

 

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Posted 25 December 2017 - 11:34 AM

The real problem I have with Minors is that they are a hoot to drive.

At least mine was, a '64 more door in full district nurse spec.

 

 

Echoed, they're great fun to run round in.


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Posted 25 December 2017 - 10:16 PM

Not masons, more like a private drinking club with charitable overtones, sort of a boozy Rotary Club with silly hats.

wasn't that what fred flintstone belonged to?

 

googling suggests close, but no cigar.....

 

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Posted 28 December 2017 - 06:51 PM

For our Serck enthusiasts.

 

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I don't know why they are 'security plates', can anyone enlighten? The bonus original silver-on-black Hills plates are present, but I will keep the Sercks for now at least, as I like them. It will also mean (hopefully) the automatic number plate camera at the barrier to the work car park should recognise them, instead of me having to ask to be let in all the time, as I do with the old style number plates.


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Squeak, rattle and roll.

 

 

Thanks restorer.

 

Save the Pangolins.

 

Current shite:

1952 Morris Oxford Series MO - Sidevalve Shite

1959 Humber Super Snipe - Big banger

1962 Morris 1000 Traveller - English Tudorbethan

1975 Austin Allegro 1100 DL - m'Lod

 

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Posted 28 December 2017 - 06:58 PM

I think the Serck is 'security' because no-one can nick the letters!!

 

The originals are just lovely though  :wub:


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Posted 28 December 2017 - 06:59 PM

Oh that's lovely!  Double the earning potential, as the Sercks will be good for 1975-90 filming, and the Hills for any time from about 1967.  Brilliant!  Do Not Restore!


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Posted 28 December 2017 - 07:16 PM

Thanks!

 

I think the Serck is 'security' because no-one can nick the letters!!

 

The originals are just lovely though  :wub:

 

That makes sense. I'll probably swap them in time, then swap back again, and repeat the cycle.


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Squeak, rattle and roll.

 

 

Thanks restorer.

 

Save the Pangolins.

 

Current shite:

1952 Morris Oxford Series MO - Sidevalve Shite

1959 Humber Super Snipe - Big banger

1962 Morris 1000 Traveller - English Tudorbethan

1975 Austin Allegro 1100 DL - m'Lod

 

Please look out for hedgehogs!


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Posted 28 December 2017 - 07:29 PM

I know it's nt strictly legal but I would deffo have a Hills plate on the back and a Serck on the front for the correct 1984-chic look
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