In recent years this car has formed part of a large collection and as such has received little or no use and an element of recommissioning is to be expected to return it to the road once again. Your inspection pre-sale is welcomed and encouraged to appreciate the potential of this rarely offered motor car which is strictly sold as seen.
- At the London Motor Show in October 1969 the manufacturers introduced the Austin/Morris 1300 GT. The Morris cars were assembled at Cowley, the Austins at Longbridge (BMC!)
- It featured the same 1275cc twin-carburetter engine as the MG 1300, but with a black full-width grille, a black vinyl roof and a thick black metal strip along the swage line. This was BMC's answer to the Ford Escort GT and its Vauxhall counterpart
- The ride height on the Austin / Morris 1300 GT was fractionally lowered through the reduction of the Hydrolastic fluid pressure from 225 to 205 psi
- This example is finished in Glacier White with a black vinyl roof, black Ambla trim and black carpets
- Accompanied by a raft of MOTs and bills through 80s/90s and later
Note: On successful purchase of this lot a new V5C will need to be applied for by submitting a form V62 to the DVLA at a cost of £25.