The 1100 model, designed by Alec Issigonis, followed on from the pioneering Mini but was a medium sized family car. Thus, the 1100 had more interior space than similar competitors yet it was shorter and lighter.
The 1100 was the first car to feature Alec Moulton's Hydrolastic suspension and, with styling by Pininfarina, it was available in Morris and Austin versions. Later they were joined by more upmarket MG, Riley, Wolseley and Vanden Plas models.
This 1967 example has a four speed automatic gearbox and, despite the badging, has the 1275cc engine only available later in the year as the Mark II 1300. It was first owned by the personal secretary to BMC boss, Sir Leonard Lord.