Posted at the Cohort by Simon White
Morris Minor van – the UK’s vehicle enquiry website says it’s 1971, so it’s late in the production run.
It’s Dadd time again! (If you watch Regular Car Reviews.)
TIME FOR DAAAAD
The van was originally registered in Devon as the FJ in the registration number indicates it was first licensed at the Exeter Vehicle Registration Office.
Well, the creamy white color certainly checks out then…
Morry Thou van, great little cars.
Did the van have a separate chassis like the Traveller?
Yep same as the pickup the change was at the B pillar but these vans were still being assembled here in the early 70s I drove a new Austin Minor van in 73 just prior to being licenced.
Is the decoration of families a common thing there?
Of course, decorum being very properly British!
Lots of “family butchers” too. Someone ought to do something about it.
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