1965 Morris Kilo Sport
Unusual Morris 1000-based kitcar; easy project for summer fun
The Kilo Sports was produced by the Thousand Workshop in Bodmin, Cornwall in the 1980s. The one page leaflet makes exotic reading...
'The Kilo Sports is truly a two seater sports car in its own right. The lines of the flowing bodywork, although on the lines of a 1930's Sports Car are an original design and not a copy. The overall conception is made to envelope good looks, economy and performance, and at a price well within reach.
The choice of using a Morris 1000 as a base vehicle ensures that the rugged mechanics and well known reliability are carried on in a new form'
The kit included a new chassis and body - all in for £1,035 inc vat.
The donor Morris for this car dated from 1965 and all necessary components were transfered. Its enjoyed a few keepers and has been used and enjoyed over the years although we are not sure when it was last up and running so have not attempted to start it since arrival. It should be straightforward enough to get it running - it is basically a Morris 1000 after all.
The MOT history states that its last test expired in 2017, although of course it is both tax and MOT exempt.
The V5C states enigmatically that it is a Morris 1000 Sports and it is on offer at No Reserve so the best bid on the day buys the car which has a lot of potential for some budget summer fun.
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Engine Size: 1098
Docs: V5C; one page leaflet
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