The Series 3 Fourteen was one of a range of four vehicles, Ten, Twelve, Fourteen and Twenty Five, launched at the 1937 Motor Show. Cosmetically the Fourteen was little different from the Series 2 model it replaced; the most notable changes being the radiator grille and a painted radiator cowl rather than a chromed one. Mechanically, with the exception of an overhead valve engine, the car was little different from the Series 2 model it replaced. The interior featured a few minor changes, including glove compartment doors.
|((Photo – Jim Riglar)|
This car had non-standard radiator cowl and lights from new.
|Engine: Morris QPDM 1,818cc, 14.07hp(RAC) 6 cylinder overhead valve
Clutch: Single plate cork insert, running in oil, spring hub
Gear Box: 4 speed
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The Pre 1940 Morris Register Limited © 2019 | Registered in England No. 7334633: 5 Burderop Close, Trowbridge, Wiltshire BA14 0UL | VAT No. 103 5625 48
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