A car that had a 24-year history starting from 20th September 1948 when it first made its debut at the Earls Court Motor Show couldn't go just in vain when the manufacturer was about to make its 1 millionth vehicle in 1961.
Designed by Sir Alec Issigonis who became more famous for his design of the Mini, the Morris Minor was literally the car in England and all her former territories where Great Britain ruled.
With white leather upholstery and having her body painted in lilac colour, the repainted One Millionth car created quite a stir when it got sold through Historics who are specialised in auctioning unique cars with legacy.
Detailed and desirable collectible in large sized 1:12.
|- Super-detailed 1:12 scale|
|- Over 200 parts|
|- Opening glove box|
|- Tilting front seats|
|- Opening front side windows operated by crank handle|
|- Soft, leather-effect seats|
|- Removable spare wheel|
|- Opening front quarter-lights|
|- Rear seat backs fold forwards|
|- Removable tool kit|
|- Independent suspension|
|- Opening doors, bonnet and boot.|
|- Detailed engine with separate HT leads fan belt, alternator, starter motor etc.|
|- Working steering|
|Box Dimension (in inches)||14.5 x 8.5 x 7.5|