Morris Traveller for hire
This charming car draws attention wherever it goes so there will be plenty of admiring glances as you travel through the towns and villages.
The Morris Traveller is an iconic part of British history like the old red telephone boxes. Everybody knows someone that owned one and everyone remembers them with fond memories. Our Traveller is perfect for a romantic and nostalgic short break in the beautiful countryside of North Yorkshire.
Tour heartbeat country and pootle around the moors in the same type of car as driven by Oscar Blaketon in the tv series.
Perfect for picnics with room in the back for friends or family to share your hamper.
Morris Minors or "Moggies" as they are often called are one of the most well known and recognised classic British cars. This is no surprise when you realise that they were in manufacture from 1948 to 1971 and over 1.3 million Minors were produced.
Started by Morris Motors in Cowley near Oxford and later under the ownership of BMC and then British Leyland. The Minor was one of Sir Alec Issigoni's projects and the concept was to combine comfort and convenience in a practical motor car at a price affordable by the working classes. The resulting Morris Minor is a roomy vehicle with superior cornering and handling for its period.
The main Morris Minor variants were the saloon, the traveller and a convertible and of course there were commercial versions like the van and pick-up.
The Traveller featured an external structural ash frame for the rear bodywork, with two side-hinged rear doors. The varnished frame gives an immediately recognisable feature of the body style.