Morris 1968

Mini Mk II  
Minor 1000  
1100/1300  
Oxford Mk VI  
Mini-Moke - discontinued
1800  

Great Britain


British Leyland Motor Corporation was created on 17 January 1968 by the merger of British Motor Holdings (BMH) and Leyland Motor Corporation (LMC). BMH had reported a £3.4 million loss for 1966/7.
Mini-Moke production continue in Australia.
 

Mini Mk II

Mini wb: 4 cyl.
848 cc
37 bhp
4 cyl.
998 cc
42 bhp
4 cyl.
998 cc
70 bhp
4 cyl.
1275 cc
76 bhp
 
Saloon 80.2 in.
(2032 mm)
850 1000 Cooper
998
Cooper
1275 S
 
Estate 84.2 in.
(2138 mm)
- Traveller - -  
Pick-up 84.2 in.
(2138 mm)
         
Van 84.2 in.
(2138 mm)
         

 

In September a manual four speed gear box with synchromesh on all four forward ratios.

Mini Mk II

Mini Traveller Mk II
 

Minor 1000

wb: 86 in
(2184 mm)
R4 cyl.
1098 cc
48 bhp
Saloon 2-dr
Saloon 4-dr
Convertible
Traveller

 

1100 Mk II and 1300 Mk II

wb: 93.5 in.
(2375 mm)
4 cyl.
1098 cc
48 bhp
4 cyl.
1275 cc
58 bhp
Saloon 4-dr 1100 1300
Saloon 2-dr 1100 1300
Estate 2-dr - Traveller

 

April 1968: Twin-carb, 68bhp 1275cc engine fitted to the MG and Riley models; Wolseley gets twin-carb, 65bhp unit, while VP, Austin and Morris retains single-carb, 58bhp unit.
All synchro box from mid 1968.

1100 Mk II

1300

1300 Traveller
 

Oxford series VI

wb: 100.3 in.
(2548 mm)
4 cyl.
1622 cc
61 bhp
 
Saloon  
Traveller  

 

 

1800

wb: 106 in.
(2700 mm)
4 cyl.
1798 cc
84 bhp
 
Saloon 1800  

 


1800 Mk II
 

Mini-Moke

  4 cyl.
848 cc
34 bhp
 
     

 


Mini Moke z Australii