Compared to an original 1948 Morris Minor Series MM, this later '1000' displays many changes. In 1950 the headlamps were moved to the top of the wings to meet US regulations, in 1954 the fascia and grille were changed, and in 1956 the one-piece curved windscreen was introduced.
The tourer, or 'convertible' was the rarest of the Minors, with only some 75,000 being made, compared to one million saloons and over 200,000 Travellers.
The tourer body style was discontinued in 1969, two years before full production ceased. This cherished example is in immaculate condition, finished in Frilford Grey with red trim and a red hood. The Minor was a one-owner car and has very low mileage.