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Sir William Morris and Sir Herbert Austin were great rivals. Competition intensified in 1926, when Morris acquired Wolseley.
The Morris Minor entered the small car market in September 1928. Though a far cry from the post-war version, the Minor boasted an overhead camshaft engine and four-wheel brakes. For the magical price of £100, the two-seater model with side-valve engine was available by 1931. No bumpers or brightwork, and a three lamp lighting set, this economy car sold well during the Depression.
Chassis number SV107, this car is believed to be the earliest surviving example, numbering having commenced at SV101.
|Output||10hp @ 4,000rpm|
|Manufacturer||Morris Motors Ltd|
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