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Morris Minor Cars

Please enjoy he following Articles by Khia Woodgate, Ava Roche, Sean O' Dea and Ruth O' Sullivan attached. Their articles are centred around their trip to Molloy's Museum in Callan. They were studying the Job of the Archaeologist and the museum gave
22-November-22
Morris Minor Cars

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Morris Minor Cars

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Introduction

When we went on our trip to the museum there were loads and loads of artefacts like guns , photos , statues and more. The list could go on but only one of the artefacts stood out to me. It was a Morris Miner Car but at the time I didn't know that.

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When was it made

The Morris Minor was made in the late 1900s around the 1948 to the 1970.There was around 1.6 million Morris Minor Cars manufactured. The last Morris Minor Car was made on the 12th Of November 1971 but there are a few Morris Minor Cars left.

Who made the car ??

The Morris Minor is a British economy car that debuted at the Earls Court Motor Show, London, on 20 September 1948. Designed under the leadership of Alec Issigonis,

How Much Do They Cost and Worth ??

The Morris Minor Cars costed around £2000 to £9000 when they were first made in the late 1900s but nowadays they are worth around £19,600 because these cars are not made anymore. It really depends on the Morris Minor Car because there are a few different types of them but they cost around the same amount of money.

How many Morris Minors were there ??

There were around 74,960 convertibles made between the years 1948 to 1969. 215,328 traveller's between 1953 to 1971 and a cool 1 million sedans

Fun Facts about the cars

In December 1960 the Morris Minor became the first British car to sell more than 1,000,000 units

The British Motor Show of 1948 opened on October 27th at Earl's Court and attracted more than half a million people.

The police in Britain used to use these cars as there police car

There are 33,088,363 cars & other vehicles with valid MOTs. There are 2,410 Morris Minors left in the UK

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