The Morris Minor, designed by Sir Alec Issigonis and his team, was launched at the 1948 Earl's Court Motor Show in London. Between then and 1972, over 1.3 million rolled off the production line as the series progressed. In 1953, a 2-door wood-framed estate version the Morris 1000 Traveller was launched, set to become an iconic vehicle in its own right, revered by classic car enthusiasts even now.
This 1:76 scale replica is decorated in pale grey with the ‘woodie' ash effect to the sides and a pale blue interior. Registered 55 FNX, the car features the Morris 1000 marque on the offside rear door and the signature Morris badge on the bonnet above the familiar Morris grille. As well as being a favourite with car enthusiasts of the real thing, it is equally popular in model form and this new release will look great alongside the other Morris Minor body shapes and colour schemes on your 1950s/60s she