Morris 1938-1971 - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers


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2021 Market Review - Morris 1938-1971

Back in the 1950s when families were larger and seat belt laws non-existent, whole tribes were quite often packed into a Morris Minor. Hundreds survived such treatment and values for excellent cars are headed for $15,000.

Most, however, remain at around $10,000 with the Tourer convertible and Traveller wagons dearer. Four-door Oxfords are effectively an enlarged Minor but generally for sell for 30 percent less.

Also improving in value are 1930s-40s Eight and Ten models which came as a sedan, open Tourer or useful pickup with convertible top.

The last Morris to sell in any volume here was the Hydrolastic-suspended 1100; these cars seen as complex to maintain which has affected survival rates and values.

8/10 Sedan $16,995 [3]

Minor Sedan 1949-55 $10,840 [11]

Minor Tourer 1949-61 $6500 [1]

Minor 1000 Sedan 1956-64 $13,215 [13]

Oxford 1949-58 $4750 [2]

1100 $7530 [7]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2021 European & British Value Guide.

 

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From Unique Cars #456, Aug 2021

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