Spotted: Morris Minor 1000 still putt-putting along

by Linda Hubbard Gulker on December 27, 2009

As great as it is to spot a restored flashy sports car like a custom ’53 Corvette – or get acquainted with a rare Kaiser Jeepster, there’s something equally satisfying about coming upon a car that appears to just “keep on trucking” in a more modest way. About half a million Morris Minors were produced between 1956 and 1962 and one – complete with original license plate – is alive and well in Menlo. We missed the chance of snapping the car’s owner, who appeared to be of an even earlier vintage.

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Scott Loftesness December 27, 2009 at 7:43 pm

Brings back lots of memories! One of my best friends in high school had a creme-colored Morris Minor (and a Honda 50!). He kept it spotless – like we all did with our first car I guess! I always enjoyed the speedometer right in the middle of the dash. We had lots of fun riding around in that car.


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