1971 Morris 1000 Traveller
Late Traveller needing TLC; good potential; recent gearbox from Charles Ware along with bills for restorative works in 2020; a pair of new front wings included
This rather dishevelled Traveller was last MOTd in 2019 and has had plenty spent on it to keep it on the road. Purchased by the previous owner from Charles Ware in Bristol for £6,350 back in 2007, it has had regular attention to keep it mobile, although we suggest it has lived outside since which hasn't done the woodwork any favours.
In 2015, Ware's undertook various chassis and mechanical repairs for £2,196 and a replacement gearbox was fitted in 2018. In 2019, £1,298 was spent on more welding and mechanical work and they saw it again for supension weld repairs in 2020, putting the car on a roll-over frame for access. The bill for this work was £598.
There are a pair of new fibreglass front wings included, which will be required.
It still needs love and attention, but is a long way from beyond hope and needs someone prepared to spend time sorting it out. With top-quality models selling in the early £20,000s and easy and cheap parts availability, it could be time-well-spent in the workshop over the next few months.
Bidders are advised that the car shows on Experian as having been stolen/recovered back in 1993.
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Reg No: GPK746K
Chassis Number: MAN5D1286600F
Engine Number: 10V189EH61010
Engine Size: 1098
Docs: V5C, 3 old MOT's, Invoices.
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