The appeal of the Morris Minor is so strong that for many people just the mention of the name evokes nostalgic memories. The Morris Minor was, and still is, regarded as part of the family, viewed as a friend and even given pet names. Such affection for a mere car, while not unique to the Morris Minor, is indicative of the esteem in which this true British classic is held. - Ray Newell May 1993.
These pages are a tribute to the Morris Minor (1948-1971), it's designer, Sir Alec Issigonis (1906-1988), and to the Morris marque (1912-1984). Further detail on Morris Minors can be obtained by referring to the 'Original Morris Minor' by Ray Newell, and 'Morris Minor' by Paul Skilleter both of which are excellent sources of information.
All text and some images are © Kris Bubendorfer 1996, and the text may be freely copied and republished in any form on the condition the source is acknowledged.
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