Description: Morris Cowley was a name given to various cars produced by the Morris motor company from 1915 to 1958. In 1926, the bullnose radiator was replaced by a flat version known as the flatnose. These cars were built by Morris till 1931. The chassis was new and the suspension was updated with semi elliptic leaf springs all round plus smiths friction type scissor shock absorbers. The brakes are rod and spring operated with cams inside the drums to actuate. Interesting to note that the rear brake drums include two sets of shoes, one of which is connected directly to the handbrake. The basic 'hotchkiss type' of engine continued on from the bullnose of previous years. This Morris Cowley is beautifully detailed and presents incredibly well with an excellent standard of paint, superb chrome and absolute mint interior. Car comes with original registration papers. Car is an owner import and was first registered in new zealand in 2010. It has had only two owners in new zealand. Shipping can be organised on buyer's behalf at buyers cost.