1925 Morris Cowley, Regn. No. BN 9231; Engine No. 140258; dark green body with blue mudguards. Convertible with black vinyl canopy. Grey/green vinyl padded seats. Wooden dashboard. 4 cylinder, 11.9 HP, 1.548 litre, petrol driven.
In 1925 when this car was built, Morris was the largest car maker in Britain. Morris Motor cars were globally popular and were produced relatively cheaply but with excellent handling and high standards. .
This model was known as the Bullnose Morris, because of its rounded radiator.
Type: Open tourer
Model: Morris Cowley
Manufacturer: Morris Motor Company Ltd
Country manufactured: England
Engine type: Petrol, 4-cylinder
Engine capacity: 1.548 litres
Horse power: 11.9 HP
Gearbox: 3 forward speeds, 1 reverse
PLUME / MOTOR / SPORT Painted
Morris Motor Company Limited. 1925. Automobile [Morris Cowley], 1978.709. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
Transport Pavilion; 31 Mar 1973 - Circa 1980s