BaT Auction: 1966 Morris Traveller

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This 1966 Morris Mini Traveller can be a right hand drive station wagon which was reportedly imported to Canada before being converted to left hand driveway under previous ownership. Power is by the re built 1,275cc A-series inline-four paired with a 4-speed remote-shift manual transaxle. The car is finished in green and black with timber trim over gold wheels, and is presently situated in Tennessee. Work since owner ’s acquisition in April 2017 contained installing brand new replacement floor pans along with a brand new gray interior, clutch, hydraulics, ignition parts, and much more. This Traveller is offered with a blank Tennessee name in the seller’s name.

BaT Auction: 1966 Morris Traveller

The Traveller measures 84 inches in length and features an elongated trunk with fresh decorative ash timber trimming and swing-out “barndoors ” at the back. This case was originally white based on the seller, and the black over green finish can be an old re paint. Touched-up blemishes are shown in the gallery below.

BaT Auction: 1966 Morris Traveller

A brand new front bumper and fresh railroad lamps, wiper motors, tailgate hinges, and door seals were installed by owner along with 10″ Cosmic alloy wheels finished in golden. Yokohama Advan HF A-008 tires date to 2013 and therefore are believed to possess 500 kilometers of wear. Sliding windows have been comprised in the doors and rear quarters. New Spax adjustable shocks are seen at all four corners.

BaT Auction: 1966 Morris Traveller

A conversion to lefthand driveway was conducted under previous ownership. A brand new pedal box along with correct floor utensils have been welded sealed and in prior to fitment of a new Rokee wood dash, seat covers, rugs, front shoulder restraints, headliner, and shift boot.  A three-spoke aftermarket steering wheel along with new horn have also been fitted. Even the centrally-located Smiths speedometer is flanked by Mallory oil pressure and water temperature indicators.

BaT Auction: 1966 Morris Traveller

Additional pictures of the inner before and during refurbishment might be viewed from the gallery below. Even the 5-place odometer shows 67k miles, approximately 100 that may have reportedly been driven by the seller.

BaT Auction: 1966 Morris Traveller

Dual rear “barn doors” swing on new hinges, and the plank-lined freight area includes a folding rear bench seat.

BaT Auction: 1966 Morris Traveller

The 1,275cc ASeries in line four has been allegedly built by Colorado specialist Dean Snepenger under previous ownership, though encouraging records are unavailable. Compression readings can be understood in the gallery below. A 4-speed “remote shift” manual transaxle replaces the original. The seller states that the drive train mounts, clutch, throw-out posture, brake and clutch master cylinders, and associated traces were substituted in spring 20-16. Other work included a tune-up in addition to setup of a brand new thermostat and an electrical cutoff switch.

BaT Auction: 1966 Morris Traveller

Several photos of the under body have been given in the gallery combined with people showing that the new front brake calipers, rear wheel hubs, and four fresh shocks. The under-slung fuel tank was pumped and sealed before being fitted with a fresh filter, drift, and sending unit. The seller notes that the new floor pans were treated with undercoating and rust mended from the fender wells. A Comprehensive list of components installed through the seller’s ownership is as follows:

  • Four fresh Shock-absorbers
  • New front end
  • New front brake calipers
  • New brake master cylinder
  • New clutch master cylinder
  • New Stainlesssteel master Pi outlines (brake and clutch)
  • New drivetrain mounts (right and left )
  • New carpet
  • New headliner
  • New shift boot
  • New Parking-brake boot
  • New horn
  • New seat straps
  • New fuel filter
  • New back door seals
  • New principal door clogs
  • New rear door hinges
  • New oil pressure light switch
  • New thermostat
  • New spark plugs
  • New points and condenser
  • New clutch assembly and throw-out bearing
  • New back wheel cylinders
  • New fuel float/sender
  • New front parking lights
  • New turn-signal mechanism
  • Master kill button installed
  • Pedal box substituted
  • Rebuilt wiper engine
  • ​New exterior wood
  • Rokee dash