The Morris Cowley Bullnose, and its more expensive stablemate the Oxford, were among the most popular cars of the 1920s. Originally built from bought-in components, these outside suppliers were gradually absorbed by Morris. Annual sales grew rapidly, and by 1925 accounted for 41% of new cars in Britain. The distinctive rounded bullnose radiator remained a feature of Morris cars until 1926, by which time the company was a motor industry giant.

The Bullnose is an easily recognisable and especially popular car today, offering open air pre-war motoring at an affordable price with relatively low ownership costs. The owner of this lovely example bought it as a restored car from a specialist some years ago and it has proven to be totally reliable. However he has now decided to trim back his extensive collection and offer the car for sale.

Offered in very good cosmetic and mechanical condition throughout, complete with its old brown log book and history file.

Viewings welcomed by appointment only please.

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