The Oxford MO boasts increased driveability thanks to the 1.5L side-valve straight-4 and four-speed manual gearbox.
The Oxford was originally produced by Morris from 1913 until 1935, the model name was born again in 1948 and lasted almost another 23 years until 1971 until its successor the Morris Marina took over. This example is an Oxford Series MO, which was in production 1948-54, it was introduced after the second world war with a much larger 40.5hp engine, and unibody construction techniques.
This 1952 example has been owned by Chris for the previous year and has just undergone restorative work by Gilbert Michaelson Limited specialists in the restoration of classic and historic vehicles. Now presenting in very good condition for it's age and use, it's ready to be enjoyed in season.
This auction listing was written from information supplied by Tom after meeting Chris the owner, and having visited and photographed the vehicle.
We verify all our sellers and buyers to keep our community safe whilst also providing the highest levels of website security.
8 out of 10 people that buy cars via our service don’t feel the need to visit due to the transparency and thoroughness of our listings.
We're there every step of your buying journey and will even arrange pick-up and delivery of your new vehicle.