Classic Car Catalogue

Morris 1930

Minor (od 1928)
Cowley (od 1926)
Oxford 4 - discontinued (1926-30 - 32282 ex.)
Oxford Six (od 1929)
Isis (od 1929)
Major Six - nowy model w sierpniu

Great Britain

Morris-Commercial produkowany jest w przejętych w 1927 roku zakładach Wrigley. W tym roku silnik 4 cylindrowy został zastąpiony nową jednostką napędową.
Salon February 1930

Czechoslovakian advert.
Salon January 1930

Czechoslovakian advert.


wb: 78 in
(2000 mm)
4 cyl. ohv
847 cc


Morris Minor was first introduced on 11 October 1928 at the opening of London's 22nd Olympia Motor Show with two-door Saloon and Tourer bodywork. Coachbuilt, steel-panelled cars with a folding "sunshine" roof, costing £9 more than the fabric car, were announced in August 1929. The engine is an 847-cc (57 x 83 mm) OHV unit, with three-speed gearbox. The same basic engine is used in the contemporary MG M-type Midget. From 1930 a 5-cwt van variant is available. It was lauched at 1929 Motor Transport Show. A new 2-seater semi-sports with a hood and side screens joined the range in August 1930.
The Review of Malaya January 1930

Minor z nieseryjnym nadwoziem zamkniętym.


wb: 102 in.
(2590 mm)
4 cyl.
1550 cc
  11.9 HP  


Cowley 2-seater Tourer with dickey seat.
Morris Cowley is a popular rugged model with 1550-cc (69.5 x 102 mm) four-cylinder engine rated at 11.9 HP. The spiral bevel rear axle is driven through a multiplate clutch with cork insets and a three-speed gearbox. Tyres are 4.40-27 on steel spoke wheels. Wheelbase is 8 ft 9 in. The chassis costs £130, prices of complete cars range from £162 to £200.

Oxford 4

wb: 106,5 in.
(2705 mm)
4 cyl.
1802 cc
    - discontinued



Oxford Six

  1938 cc  
  14.9 HP  


Oxford 15 H.P.


wb: 120 in.
(3048 mm)
6 cyl.
2468 cc
  17.7 HP  


Morris Isis Six Sports Coupé is top-line model with 17.7 HP 2468-cc (69 x 110 mm) 6-cylinder OHC engine. Chassis price is £295, complete cars costs from £375 to £399. The wire wheels has 5.50-19 tyres. Wheelbase is 9 ft 6 in.

Major Six

  1938 cc  
  14.9 HP - new model in August


In August 1930 a more expensive version of the Oxford with shorter chassis was announced and named Morris Major Six, "A new light six-cylinder 15 hp model with a sparkling road performance". Offered in two types of saloon and a coupé.


Commercial 6D (R6 cyl SV, 4256 cm³, 74 KM)