Re the letter “Nostalgia,” by Mr. H. Capper, in your April issue, may we have a description of the “Morris-London” car please ?
I saw one of these once about 1924-5 in a garage at Hendon. It was a roomy 4/5-seater tourer, roughly the size of a Ford-T, and I believe had the Ford engine in it. I was told that only a couple of dozen or so were made.
Brookman’s Park. L.G. Jennings. [Has anyone any reminiscences of this car ? Ed.]
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