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Morris Isis Series I and II
Replacing the Issigonis-designed 'Big Morris Minor' Morris Six MS, the Series I Isis took the Oxford Series II body, lengthened the bonnet and filled it with the new 2639cc C-Series BMC engine. The Series I was launched in 1955, and replaced by the winged Series II in 1956. Both Isis models were also available as the wood-framed Traveller Estate model. The Farina-designed Austin Westminster was not given a Morris sibling and the Isis died in 1958.
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Morris Isis Series I - bonnet badge

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Morris Isis Series II

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Morris Isis Series II

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Morris Isis Traveller Series II - bonnet badge

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Morris Isis Series I

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Morris Isis Traveller Series II

Morris Isis Series I front
Morris Isis Series I. Using a Morris Oxford Series II body with extended bonnet and Austin Westminster 6cylinder engine, the Morris Isis Series I was a poor seller.

Morris Isis Series I rear
Morris Isis Series I

Morris Isis Series II front
Morris Isis Series II. In 1956 the Morris Isis series II was launched, benefitting from the body changes to the Oxford Series III and being available with duotone colour scheme.

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Morris Isis Series II Powered by a 2639cc C-Series engine (as found in the Austin Westminster range) the Isis could reach around 90mph and provided comfortable interior accommodation and a smooth ride.

Morris Isis Series II rear
Morris Isis Series II. Duotone colours and a winged boot were grafted onto the Series II Isis from the Series III Oxford

Morris Isis Traveller Series II front
Morris Isis Traveller Series II. The Series I Isis had not been a big seller, and little was done to improve the Series II. All it got was the same bodywork modifications given to the Series III Oxford. The Traveller Estate was unchanged aft of the front doors.

Morris Isis Traveller Series II rear
Morris Isis Traveller Series II. Like the Morris Minor Traveller, the Isis (and Oxford MO, Series II and III) was a separately built ash and aluminium unit which was then bolted onto the rest of the vehicle.

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Morris Isis Series I. Using the bodyshell of the Morris Oxford Series II with a longer bonnet, the Morris Isis replaced the outgoing Morris Six in 1955.

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Morris Isis Series II arrived in 1956 and had revised exterior styling and right hand side mounted gear change to replace the earlier column change set-up. In both Series I and II variants the Isis failed to sell in any significant quantity and production ended in 1958 after only 12,000 or so cars had been built.

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Morris Isis Series I - front wheel

Morris Oxfords Series II, III and IV
Morris Oxfords Series II, III and IV
Morris Six (MS)
Morris Six (MS)
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