Morris 1952

Minor MM saloon, tourer
Minor MM Series II - nowy model
Oxford MO (R4 SV, 1476 cm³,) - modernizacja (nowa atrapa)
Six MS (R6, 2215 cm³, )
Eight Van 


 

 

Połączenie z Austinem - powstał British Motor Corporation.


Morris Oxford MO Traveller Estate Car made its appearance in September.
From October all Oxford models has a restyled grille with two horizontal bars. The Traveller has the same 1476-cc side-valve engine as the contemporary Oxford Saloon. Other Morris cars are the Minor, which in late 1952 received an OHV engine (Series II), and the 2.2-litre Model MS Six.

Series II had 30 bhp 803cc ohv BMC A series engine and gearbox from 1952, which many consider a retrograde step.
A new grille arrived on Oxford in 1952. Interiors are strictly utility. As with the Minor, a Traveller with structural wooden frame was also available from 1952.
In 1952 the Six troublesome vertical valves were replaced by inclined ones.



Minor


Minor Saloon


Minor


Minor


Minor

 


Oxford

 


Oxford with new radiator grille introduced in October.


Oxford MO Traveller Estate Car made its appearance in September 1952 and is shown with the then current radiator grille.

 


Six

 


Six