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Morris 1100, Morris 1300
ADO16 was the project code given to what became the Austin/Morris 1100/1300. Morris 2 and 4 door cars were launched in August 1962 with the 1098cc A-series engine and hydrolastic suspension. Other brands appeared for the ADO16 recipe over the years, and the 3-door Countryman and Traveller Estate cars were announced at Geneva in 1966. In October 1967 the 1100 cars were upgraded to MkII models with more streamlined rear wings and lights, ventilated wheels, and new 1300 versions of all brands took the 1275cc engine. MkIII cars appeared from autumn 1971, and production ended in summer 1974
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Morris 1100. The first of the ADO 16 models, with 1098cc A-series engine

Morris 1100 MkI front
Morris 1100. Introduced in 1962, the Morris 1100 was sold almost 12months before an Austin companion joined it. Early versions were only available as 4doors, but a later 2door and Traveller estate were introduced.

Morris 1100 MkI rear
Morris 1100 introduced in 1964 as Morris and then MG, 2door and 4door versions. Developed orginally as the XC9002 in 1958 and 1959 the project was developed further as ADO 16 and Pininfarina spent 6months achieving most of the styling of the production version.

Morris 1100 MkII front
Morris 1100 MkII. In 1967 the MkII Austin and Morris 1100 were introduced. In June 1967 1100s were offered with a 1275cc engine as an option, and when the 1100MkII was launched in October 1967 the 1300 model was also announced

Morris 1100 MkII rear
Morris 1100 MkII. "Modernised" with fastback fins and slotted rims, the Morris and Austin 1100 MkII were launched in October 1967.

Morris 1300 MkIII Traveller 1971 rear
Morris 1300 Estate 1971. In 1971 the 'Morris' name was dropped from the 1100/1300 MkIII, but the Morris 1300 Traveller continued. The wood effect side trim had been acquired on the MkII restyle in 1967.

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Morris 1100 - headlamp

n_Morris 1100 MkI lamp
Morris 1100 showing the Pininfarina-inspired rear fins which subsequently were trimmed in the MkII versions

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Morris 1100. An early 1100 showing the Pininfarina-inspired rear fins which subsequently were trimmed in the MkII versions

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Austin 1300 Estate 1971. Austin Countryman and Morris Traveller versions of the ADO16 had been launched at Geneva in 1966. MkII and MkIII versions were not modified to take the later wings and rear lamps.

Morris 1800, 2200 (ADO17)
Morris 1800, 2200 (ADO17)
Alec Issigonis (1906-88)
Alec Issigonis (1906-88)
Morris Oxford Series V, Series VI
Morris Oxford Series V, Series VI
Morris Minor 1000 1956 - 1962
key text:  This is the page introducing Simons love of cars from the website  RedSimon which is a series of photo albums of Simon GP Geoghegan.
The names of Pinin, Farina, and Pininfarina are also considered
There are also notes on Pininfarina
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and links tothat car maker
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