Morris 1934

Minor - ost.rok
Ten - ost. rok
Ten-Six  
Cowley - ost. rok
Cowley Six - ost. rok
Oxford Six - ost. rok
Isis  
Twenty-Five  
Eight - nowy model w sierpniu
Ten-Four - nowy model w sierpniu
Twelve Four - nowy model jesienią
Fifteen Six - nowy model
Oxford Sixteen/Twenty - nowy model we wrześniu

Great Britain

The Minor and Family Saloon were replaced by the Morris Eight in August.
All Morris cars for 1934, this was announced in August 1933, have 4-speed synchromesh gearboxes, dipping headlights, hydraulic shock absorbers, hydraulic brakes, rear petrol tank, direction indicators, safety glass and automatic ignition.
 

Minor

wb: 78 in.
(2000 mm)
4-dr: 91 in
(2000 mm)
4 cyl. sv
847 cc
- discontinued
     

 


Family Eight

Morris Minor 5-cwt van is very popular with butchers, grocers and other foodstuff traders. Body style shown is strictly 1934.
 

Ten

wb: 96 in.
(2438 mm)
4 cyl. sv
1292 cc
 
  10 HP  

 


Ten Saloon
 

Ten-Six

wb: 102 in.
(2591 mm)
6 cyl.
1378 cc
 
  10  

 

 

Cowley

  4 cyl.
1548 cc
- discontinued
     

 

Cowley replaced with Twelve-Four.
 

Cowley-Six

  6 cyl.
1938 cc
- discontinued
     

 

Cowley-Six replaced with Fifteen-Six.
 

Oxford Six

  6 cyl.
2062 cc
- discontinued
     

 


Oxford Six Saloon
Replaced with Oxford 16/20.
 

Isis

  6 cyl.
2468 cc
 
     

 


Isis Coupé
 

Twenty-Five

wb: 120 in.
(3048 mm)
6 cyl.
3485 cc
 
  25  

 

 

Cowley

       
       

 

 

Ten-Four

wb: 96 in.
(2438 mm)
4 cyl. sv
1292 cc
 
  10 HP - August

 


10-4 Special Sports
Morris Ten-Four was introduced in August 1933 and is available with Saloon, Tourer and Special Coupé bodywork. The engine is a 1292-cc (63.5 x 102 mm) side-valve unit of 10 HP RAC rating. The four-speed gearbox has synchromesh on third and top gear. Wheelbase is 8 ft, tyre size 4.50-19. This model was continued through 1934 and sold at £169 10s.
 

Twelve-Four

wb: 102 in.
(2590 mm)
4 cyl. sv
1548 cc
- autumn
  12-4  

 

 

Eight

wb: 90 in.
(2286 mm)
4 cyl. sv
918 cc
23.5 bhp
- August
Saloon 8  
Tourer 8  

 

Introduced in August as a replacement for the Minor the Eight has an entirely new body and a slightly larger 918 cc four-cylinder side-valve engine with three-bearing crankshaft and single SU carburettor. Maximum power is 23.5 bhp. The gearbox is a three-speed unit with synchromesh on the top two speeds and Lockheed hydraulic brakes are fitted. Available body styles are saloon and open tourer. A full set of instruments including a speedometer with a built in odometer, oil pressure and fuel level gauges and an ammeter and electric rather than vacuum wipers place the little Morris well above its competitors.
 

Fifteen-Six

  6 cyl. 1938 cc - new model
  15-6  

 

 

Oxford 16 and 20

wb: 114 in.
(2896 mm)
6 cyl.
2062 cc
6 cyl.
2561 cc
- September
  16 20  

 

In September the Six name changed to Sixteen, from the car's 16 hp tax horsepower category with the 2062 cc engine and Twenty with the 2561 cc unit. Both sold for the same price, the size of engine being the only difference. Outwards appearance is further improved, the free-wheel and automatic clutch by Bendix remains in the specification. The hydraulic shock absorbers are now double-acting and made by Luvax. The engine's cooling system now has thermostatic control, mixture control is now thermostatic, direction indicators self-cancelling, a dual electric windscreen wipers are fitted with a blade for each side of the screen. Triplex safety glass fitted throughout. Two styles of coachwork are available: the saloon and a Special coupé both fitted with a Pytchley sliding head. The interior woodwork is burr walnut, matt-finished in the saloon.