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Probably the most famous Morris car of them all
- the Morris Minor.

The Morris Motors Museum traces the development of the Nuffield empire, founded by William Morris (who became Lord Nuffield) which grew from humble beginnings in a bicycle workshop to become one of the world’s major vehicle manufacturers. One of his bicycles is on display, together with many examples of Morris cars.

Displays illustrate the part played by the Cowley plant in the development of Oxford between the two world wars and its part in the daily lives of its citizens, in particular the Morris workforce.

Fleet list

Click here to view and download a PDF which contains an A4 sheet
listing the vehicles in the Morris Motors Museum.

CEF 513 ns comp

These days the series 2 Morris Oxford is not
as well known as the Morris Minor that followed it.

PN9273 comp

PN9273 is a 1932 Morris Minor Family 8.

DDF 839H v1

A 1960s classic - a Morris Minor 1000 Police car.

YB4259 comp

Most car enthusiasts will immediately recognise
this as a Bullnose Morris.

AJO 146R

A Leyland Mini 1000 of 1977. Derived from the original design by Alec Issigonis.

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