Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Driving -

There’s a lot to like about Mor­ris Cow­leys. While they do have lim­i­ta­tions, they’re a lot more us­able and prac­ti­cal than many of their con­tem­po­raries. There’s a body op­tion to suit most tastes, from the small coupés like this to rather more ma­jes­tic four-door sa­loons. So long as you don’t mind liv­ing life at a some­what slower pace, a Cowley can make a lot of sense as an al­ter­na­tive to the Austin Seven. Ba­sic en­gi­neer­ing and an in­her­ent rugged­ness are fur­ther bonuses – these are far from the frag­ile ma­chines their age might sug­gest. Throw in an en­thu­si­as­tic club and you’ve got a pre-war clas­sic you can do much more with than just pot­ter to the oc­ca­sional show a few times each year.

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