Morris Minor Parts

Morris Minor Spare Parts by Andrew Eggleton

Wednesday 13th of December 2017

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New Classic Triumph Parts

  • Posted by:
  • Daniel Lee
  • Tags:
  • Triumph
  • Posted date:
  • 21-11-2016

Triumph was at first a bicycle company, started in 1885 and then in 1902 it started producing Triumph motor cycles, at first they bought their engines from another company but soon started to build their own. A major order from the British army during the First World War for the Model H made them Britain’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles. In 1921 the owner was persuaded by his general manger to start producing cars, they bought a factory owned...

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New Classic Sprite and Midget Parts

  • Posted by:
  • Daniel Lee
  • Tags:
  • Sprite, Midget
  • Posted date:
  • 24-02-2015

The MG midget was essentially a slightly more expensive update to the Austin-Healey Sprite MK11. MG started producing the Midget in 1961, with an engine of 948cc producing 46hp and optional extras of heating, a hard top and luggage rack. In October 1962 the engine was increased to 1098cc and disc brakes replaced the drums at the front. The doors didn't have external handles or locks and the windows were sliding Perspex and as I said, the heater...

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New Classic MG Parts

  • Posted by:
  • Daniel Lee
  • Tags:
  • MG
  • Posted date:
  • 24-02-2015

MG started in the 1920s since then it has been best known for its 2 door sports cars but over the years it has also produced saloons and coupes. Since its inception it has been bought and sold to many companies including: British Leyland, Rover Group and Morris Motors groups. Over the years the MG logo has been pinned to many a sportier version of existing cars from the Austin Rover Metro and Montego ranges and it is was not until 1992 that the...

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New Classic MINI Parts

  • Posted by:
  • Daniel Lee
  • Tags:
  • Mini
  • Posted date:
  • 24-02-2015

MINI is considered a British icon of the 1960’s appearing in the Italian job and other films cemented this. The MINI began its life in 1959 and was later voted the 2nd most influential car of the 20th century just behind the Model T. The lay out of the front wheel drive system meant that over 80% of the floor plan could be used for passengers and luggage and has influenced a generation of car makers and designers. The MINI of course has had...

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New Classic Land Rover Parts

  • Posted by:
  • Daniel Lee
  • Tags:
  • Land Rover
  • Posted date:
  • 24-02-2015

The Land Rover started life in 1948, originally used by Rover as the name for one specific vehicle and has developed into a brand all of its own. Over the years Land Rover have developed many different models and now focus on 4x4 models. Although the brand stems from the original 1948 model Land Rover, the company, only really came into existence in 1978. Since then the company has fallen under many different umbrella companies from the Rover Company,...

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New Van and Pickup Panels

  • Posted by:
  • Andrew Eggleton
  • Tags:
  • Van Pickup
  • Posted date:
  • 22-01-2015

2015 is here with our Brand New range of quality UK panels for the Van and Pick up range.   These panels are made to the correct gauge of steel and original specification,   We also welcome Trade Enquires    http://www.morrisminorspareparts.com/morris-minor-van-chassis-panels

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New Product Information

  • Posted by:
  • Admin
  • Tags:
  • New Products
  • Posted date:
  • 05-08-2014

Please note our other classic car sections are under construction at present We can supply spares for many classic cars ie triumph/mini/jaguar/sprite&midget/mazda mx5/austin healey/austin range etc etc just drop us a message on any parts required and we will do our best to help you 01/05/2014 WE HAVE BEEN TRYING OUT OUR NEW CHROME ON PLASTIC FRONT & REAR BUMPER BLADES BEFORE GENERAL RELEASE MAKING SURE THEY STAND UP TO OUR STANDARDS...

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Morris Minor Production History

  • Posted by:
  • Paul Marren
  • Tags:
  • Morris Minor MM, Morris Minor Series II, Morris Minor 1000,
  • Posted date:
  • 24-07-2014

Since the arrival of the Morris Minor in 1948 as a British ecomomy car, the car has been manufactured in three series: the Minor MM, the Minor Series II and the Minor 1000 Production of the Minor MM series ran from between 1948 until 1953. The series included the two door, four seater saloons; the four-door model and a convertible four seat Tourer. The 918 cc engine allowed the MM to reach 64 MPH but travelled for 40 miles to the gallon. The...

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