Sometimes a renovation job comes to our garage forecourt at White’s Bodyworks that really does challenge our team. The Morris Minor is an iconic British car and we’ve seen a good few over the years.
This one needed a good deal of restoration and repair, all followed by a complete body spray to help restore it to its former glory. There’s a strong club network for Morris Minors in the UK so there’s always some expertise to call on when we need it, especially once we start working restoring a car.
The good news is that over the last couple of decades we’ve seen a whole host of different vintage vehicles at White’s. It’s why we’re often the first port of call for major repairs, renovations and classic car resprays.
More About the Morris Minor
You can’t not recognise a Morris Minor when you see it on the road. Some of the classic car owners that we deal with over the years have models dating back to the late 50s and 60s that they lovingly look after.
Morris Motors began producing cars in 1948 and produced 1.2 million vehicles between then and 1972. They, more than any company, bought the family car to the UK, making them affordable and the most popular vehicle on the road at the time.
What We Did to the Morris Minor
At White’s, whenever a classic car comes into our care, we take a lot of time to work with the owner and find out what their expectations are. Some vintage vehicle enthusiasts want to do some of the work themselves, others like a professional garage to do most of the heavy lifting.
We’re happy to work with owners and be flexible in our approach. The key with this particular Morris Minor was to carry out body repairs and then do a professional respray that really did return the car to pristine condition.
If you are a vintage car owner and want a repair and restoration garage you can count on, contact White’s Bodyworks on 01273 933633.