Some classic cars that come across the forecourt of White’s Bodyworks in West Sussex really do deserve the name. We’ve seen a good few Morris Minors in our day and this Traveller was a huge treat.
It needed some extensive work to get it back to pristine condition but that’s something that our team is really good at. That’s why classic car owners tend to come to us rather than any other garage.
As a family-owned businesses with decades of experience, our reputation is for paying attention to detail and delivering outstanding results.
More About the Morris Minor Traveller
The first estate version of the Morris Minor was introduced in the early 1950s and quickly became a staple on British roads. The distinctive wood frame in the rear of the bodywork makes it a real collectors item but it’s also a part that can weather quite badly over the years.
Morris Minor is probably one of the most enduring British brands, beginning in 1941 and producing family cars, many of which are still on the roads today. You won’t be surprised to know that there is a big Morris Minor community that meets up regularly around the UK.
Bring Your Classic to White’s Bodyworks
The key when restoring a car like this is knowing what you are doing. That may sound obvious but it’s what makes us distinctive from other garages.
We understand what goes into a renovation, whether it’s finding the right parts or using the appropriate processes. Our team is highly experienced and we work closely with owners to make sure their expectations are met.
If you have a classic car and need refurbishment, renovation or repair work carried out, contact the team at White’s Bodyworks in West Sussex on 01273 933633.