Morris 1967

Great Britain

Mini
Minor 1000 (1098 cm³,)
Oxford VI
1100
1300 - nowy model
1800 


 

 

Mini MkII of 1967 gets optional 42 bhp 998cc engine, remote gear change, wider rear screen, bigger tail lights, squarer grille, and improved brakes.
1100 - Summer 1967: Single-carb, 58bhp 1275cc engine speculatively fitted to the four up-market models (MG, Wolseley, Riley, VP) but still with original body-style; these cars were badged "1275".
October 1967: "Mark II" bodywork (with cropped rear fins) introduced on all ADO16s except the estates, which always retained the original rear design. At the same time, the 1300 version was formally introduced (still with the 58bhp 1275cc engine) in all six marques (so at this time, the MG version was no faster than any other - probably slightly slower due to its extra metalwork). All 1100 models, which were produced with the revised bodywork, were known as 1100 MkIIs, but with the 1300s, the Austin and Morris versions were called MkII (even though there had never been a previous 1300 version) while the four upmarket models did without the mark designation at this stage.
All synchro box from mid 1968.


 


Mini 


Mascot (Mini)


Mini Traveller

 


Minor 1000 


 

 

1100 and 1300 


1100 Mk II


1300 Traveller

 


1300


1100 Mk II / 1300


Oxfrod 

 

 

 

1800 


 

 

 

Mini Moke 

 

 


Mini Moke