The Morris Oxford is a classic car enthusiasts classic car. A favourite that never seems to lose its shine. You won’t be surprised that there’s a strong Morris fan club in the UK and they’re the sort of cars you often see at local fetes and festivals as well as classic car meets.
We’ve seen a few Morris Oxfords and Morris Minors at our workshop in Hassocks, West Sussex, over the years. It’s not only a vintage vehicle that people like to collect, it’s also a car that is still driven on modern roads quite regularly.
The History of the Morris Oxford
The Morris Oxford is one of the most enduring cars ever produced in the UK. Models came off the production line as long ago as 1913 and it continued to be made right up until 1971. It was one of the most reliable cars on British roads and by far the most popular.
Compared to other vintage cars, the Morris is a little more robust than most and major work rarely needs to be carried out as long as the vehicle has been cared for properly. After 50 or so years, however, this particular car required repairs to the chassis to keep it on the road.
Classic Car Chassis Welding at White’s Bodyworks
Whether it’s minor work removing dings and dents or something more substantial like car chassis welding, it’s important to make sure your classic car is dealt with by a garage who know what they are doing.
At White’s Bodyworks, we have all the equipment and expertise you could want to help fix your vehicle. We can handle any make of car, whatever condition it is in. We’ve even helped restore classics from fairly dire condition to look as good as new.
If you are searching for a classic car expert and a garage you can trust to restore or repair your vehicle, contact the team at White’s Bodyworks today on 01273 933633.