Morris Minor Van (General Post Office) 1953

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Morris Minor Van

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The Morris Minor -based Light Commercial Vehicle range was introduced in 1953 providing businesses with a much needed light van (5 cwt, ¼-ton) as a replacement for the phased-out Morris Eight Series Z van. One major customer for the new model was the Post Office and over the next twenty years the GPO Morris Minor van was to become one of the most familiar sights on the British roads. Although the earliest models had rubber wings (to reduce damage from low-speed knocks) the GPO van changed little over the years, simply keeping pace with saloon car developments as they occurred.

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