When you run into something this unique and affordable, your imagination starts to go into overdrive. This 1966 Morris Minor Utility Van has a cool look on the outside, custom comfort on the inside, and a little extra power under the hood. So it seems like the perfect vehicle to do everything from be the support vehicle for you British exotic to just being a fun presentation all on its own.
If you're British, then this is a pure nostalgia machine (and if you're not this is just a very cool presentation.) After all, what's distinct than Morris cargo van customized to look like a BMC racing support vehicle? And it's not just the vintage Austin Healey racing livery on the side that you'll enjoy. They got the details right. After all, the darker blue pinstriping is a very European item, and it coordinates nicely with the painted full-size spare mounted on the rear. All the right pieces are there " front the Morris badges up front, to the wide double cargo doors that are great for tailgating. You even have two original-style wheels on the rear (the sale also comes with two more to match the rest of the vehicle.)
While these panel vans were built to be utilitarian, this one adds flair on top of its function. The dual gray cloth bucket seats make the most of the passenger space with their high-backed comfort, and the seatbelts even coordinate with the exterior blue. There's an AM/FM stereo that includes speakers in the cargo area. As a true British machine, it's right hand drive. The controls are laid out nicely with a grippy three-spoke steering wheel, gearshift that's always in easy reach, and upgraded SunPro gauges, including a very handy tach. And every British car fan loves the look of the cool/classic Smiths large central speedo.
The engine bay is another place where British car fans will find something to love. The A-Series motor is a well-known and widely used powerplant that found a home in plenty of British vehicles. But while the head cover is something familiar to Minor fans, what's underneath is an upgrade. The 1.3-liter is larger than anything BMC ever supplied originally, and now it is also fed by a Weber dual-barrel setup. So this van has a little extra pep in its step. And you'll feel confident taking it on the road. And with the control of the four-speed manual transmission and light/lively steering, we know you find the motoring experience quite lively.
It's a rarity to see a Morris Minor Van in the USA, and this one has such an affordable price. So you know you need to hurry if you want to take it home. Call today!!!