THE CCW VIEW
The Morris 10M might look like a fragile, staid old beast but it hides a lot of surprises, and comes with an engine for which you can easily find spares. You can also upgrade it fairly easily.
While you would never be placing your Morris in the fast lane of a motorway, the car will give a reasonable account of itself in most situations, and it stops and starts much better than many rivals. The Times regularly published road tests in the 1930s and its comments on the Morris 10 were apt. ‘ The car travels well for its size and is manageable,’ the paper reported drily. Not that we wish to doubt the great oracle but the 10M is so much more than this compared to many of its rivals. It’s well-built, spacious, comfortable and character radiates from every inch of it.