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Lot : Morris COWLEY PICK-UP TRUCK

Vintage, Classic & Collectors Motor Vehicles, BCA (22 April 2008)

A variety of models of the Cowley was available, including commercial variants, but the most popular was the two-seat tourer with dickey seat.  In the latter part of 1926, both the Cowley and Oxford models were revised, the prime change being the use of a more conventional flat-type radiator giving rise to the nick-name 'Flatnose' Morris after the immortal 'Bullnose' types and, as before, sales continued to top the league right through until the end of the decade.

Lot Details
Auction Vintage, Classic & Collectors Motor Vehicles
BCA, Surrey
TypeCommercial
Lot Number-
Estimate£5500-£6500
Outcome NOT SOLD
Hammer Price-
Hammer Price (inc premium)-
Year1930
Condition rating0
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