PRODUCT - 5 x 7in Greeting Card and Envelope - Printed on 250gsm white matt board with 100gsm envelope - Available as a single or a pack of 6
PHOTOGRAPH - I took this photograph at a East Sussex classic car event August 2020
HISTORY - The Morris Minor Traveller was launched in 1952 as a new variant of the original Morris Minor saloon from 1948. The iconic vehicle with its unique ash wood frame was originally supplied with an 800cc engine and a split front windscreen but in 1956 they replaced it with a one piece and a new 950cc engine. In 1962 with the Series V they uprated the engine to 1098cc, gave it larger front brakes, uprated the gear box resulting in a top speed of 77mph. A symbol its era normally driven in films by vicars and members of the village WI it ceased production in 1971 after 180,000 had been produced.
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