6 Morris Minor
An ideal starter classic thanks to its user-friendliness, the Minor rightly still finds favour in the classic scene, their only downside being perhaps that there are too many of them about. Later cars make great daily drivers, and some concessions to modern traffic, such as better brakes, make them even
more practical. All of them exude charm, and it’s possible to pick up an MoTd, use-and-improve saloon for around £1000, although a contingency fund would be useful. Estates are even more practical, while convertibles have room for four. With fantastically affordable parts, plenty of specialists and a simplicity that won’t baffle the keen DIYer, it’s a first-class classic.
1969 Morris Minor four-door. £3136. Historics
ONE THAT SOLD
PRICE RANGE £100-10,000