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Morris Eight Series E
Morris replaced the Minor in 1934 with the bigger 8 horsepower 'Morris Eight' 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. The Morris 8 Series E had a unitary body mounted onto a chassis, a halfway house to full monocoque construction. The core of the body was shared with the MG Y-type. A commercial version of the Morris 8 Series E was produced as the 'Morris 8 Series Z'.


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Morris 8 Series E - boot badge
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Morris Eight Series E - bonnet ornament
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When introduced in October 1938, the Series ‘E’ was a major step forward for Morris as the replacement for the earlier 8hp range.
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Morris 8 Series E. The 'waterfall' grille and fared in headlamps gave a new look to the staid Morris 8
Morris Eight 1939 Series E Tourer frontb
Morris Eight 1939 Series E Tourer
Morris Eight 1939 Series E Tourer fronto
Morris Eight 1939 Series E Tourer
Morris Eight 1939 Series E Tourer rearr
Morris Eight 1939 Series E Tourer
Morris Eight series E 2door front
Morris 8 Series E 2-door. Faired in headlamps were given to the Series E, the first British car to get them. 2-door and 4-door bodioes were available, and also a rare open tourer
Morris Eight series E 2door rear
The Series E brought a major restyle with a "waterfall" dummy grille, headlights in the wings and the running boards had gone. The car was longer, wider and heavier but the wheelbase was actually 1 inch shorter at 7 feet 5 inches. The "alligator" bonnet was now rear hinged making engine access poor. The engine was upgraded to the USHM type getting a new cylinder head, still side valve however, increased power to 29bhp and the crankshaft was counterbalanced.
Morris Eight Series E 4door front
Morris Eight Series E 4door
Morris Eight Series E 4door rear
Morris Eight Series E 4door. When production resumed in 1945 cars were sold only in Black, but more colours were available before production ceased in 1948.
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Morris Eight Series E - headlamp 'revised'. Postwar cars were sometimes fitted with vertical lamps on a revised front wing because the lamp was better.
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Morris 8 Series E - this car has had the 'streamlined' headlamps replaced with more conventional vertical conversions - a common way to get better lighting
Morris Eight Commercials
Morris Ten Series M
Austin Eight
MG YA, YB and YT
Morris Minor, Series MM, Series II, Minor 1000
Wolseley Eight 1946-48
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
as well as the car maker
and links tothat car maker
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Simon is also a contributor to SuperCars.Net
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