This little honey, owned by José M. Oliver, not only is the invention that saved the British Car Industry in the Fifties, but also the model that won four Monte-Carlo rallies. The 4-cylinder 850 ccm-engine of Morris Minor was rotated by 90 dgrs. and the wheels were placed at the outermost corners: A revolution at the time.
There it was, the ideal family car for the Fifties and long after. This model, “Knightsbrigde”, was the last one to be built in 2000 - somewhat a celebration with its soft leather interior, walnut trim, electric sliding roof and gold finish.