Here is a sneak peak of the next instalment of Another Car Saved
This Morris Minor Traveller was a previous Trophy winner. We had originally met the owner at a MMOC (Morris Minor Owners Club) Rally at the Crich Tram Museum in Derbyshire. Impressed with our own works Morris Minor Traveller he expressed his desire to remedy a few issues with is Morris along with his desire to have some of our state of the art products installed and his disappointment with his current Engine explaining that since the previous rebuild the engine struggled with low revs and was not performing as the specification was described and that he would have to “keep running back to blip the throttle” when at Rallies as it simply would not tick over. He was keen to get some security devices installed ASAP due to the investment now locked within this classic.
We initially took on a few of the smaller jobs for the customer, Installing an Alarm system and Remote Central Locking System to his Morris Minor. We then stopped taking bookings for a short time whilst we kitted out our new, Larger workshop premises, his would be one of the first jobs booked in for winter work in the new premises.
With the new workshop set up, The owner of this vehicle approached our workshop for a winter tidy-up, however as our other “Another Car Saved” episodes have now shown, Classic cars have a way of hiding issues, Even those classics that were previously “fully restored” only a few years previous. There are restorations and then restorations.
Below are some snapshots from this 4 Part “Another Car Saved” to build your intrigue. The first Episode “Disaster” will be available from Friday 26th October.
Even better for all of you Morris Minor Owners, We have huge offers on all Morris Minor Parts and Accessories for the duration of this 4 part instalment of “Another Car Saved” Starting this Friday with Episode 1 “Disaster”