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Morris Eight, Series I, Series II and Series E
Morris replaced the Minor in 1934 with the bigger 8 horsepower 'Morris Eight' (later to be 'Morris 8'). A 918cc sidevalve engine and standard 2-door and 4-door saloons, and 2-seater or 4-seater open tourers. In 1937 the wire-wheel Series I gave way to the 'easicleen' wheels of the Series II with painted grille. Finally in 1938 the more streamlined Morris 8 Series E was launched and continued production after the War until replaced by the Morris Minor Series MM in 1948.

 

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Morris 8 Series I - grille. The same grille was used on the Pre-Series, but then the badge said 'Eight' instead of '8'

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Morris Eight Series II. The chromed grille of the Pre-Series and Series I was replaced by the simpler painted surround of the Series II, but a few shiny vertical bars were added

ab_Morris Eight Series III grille
When introduced in October 1938, the Series ‘E’ was a major step forward for Morris as the replacement for the earlier 8hp range.

Morris Eight Series I 4-door front
Morris Eight Series I 4-door

Morris Eight Series II 2-seat Tourer front
Morris Eight Series II 2-seat Tourer. The Series II was launched in 1937 and lasted just one year before the Series E took over.

Morris Eight, Pre-Series and Series I
Morris Eight, Pre-Series and Series I
Morris Eight Series II
Morris Eight Series II
Morris Eight Series E
Morris Eight Series E
Morris Eight Commercials
Morris Eight Commercials
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Wolseley Eight 1946-48
Morris Minor
Morris Minor
Wolseley Nine 1934-36
Wolseley Nine 1934-36
Morris Minor, Series MM, Series II, Minor 1000
Morris Minor, Series MM, Series II, Minor 1000
Morris Cars
Morris Cars
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