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Daveyboy1956 Avatar
Daveyboy1956 Dave Larsen
Valencia, Calif, USA   USA
Looking to buy a right-hand drive traveler that has recently been restored. I want panels replaced not patches panels installed. Anyone know of someone in the UK that can help me source a car
Or names of any shops that are trustworthy that restore Travellers

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pixelsmithusa Avatar
I had a line on a really nice one, but it sold about a week ago. I will let you know if I hear of another.



Gerard

http://gerardsgarage.com/


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Daveyboy1956 Dave Larsen
Valencia, Calif, USA   USA
Thanks
Maybe I should look here in the USA
And just make it RHD??

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bufferzone Gord Smith-Ritchie
Surfside Colony, CA, USA   USA
So you did not buy the maroon one from the UK? What happened?

Have you seen this one in Santa Barbara

https://santabarbara.craigslist.org/cto/d/1956-morris-minor-traveller/6504354470.html



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Daveyboy1956 Dave Larsen
Valencia, Calif, USA   USA
I can’t down load the link.
But the maroon one had to much undercoat and no mot so the inspector could not drive it so it’s a no go.
Sad face

pixelsmithusa Avatar
The one pictured was RHD, and there are many RHD ones in the states. However, switching over if you want is pretty easy to do and anyone who who built that '32 certainly won't have any problem doing that once you get your hands on the right parts.

In reply to # 28825 by Daveyboy1956 Thanks
Maybe I should look here in the USA
And just make it RHD??



Gerard

http://gerardsgarage.com/

0123 Mike D
Biddulph, Staffs, UK   GBR
https://www.morrisminor.org.uk/cars-for-sale/traveller

In reply to # 28819 by Daveyboy1956 Looking to buy a right-hand drive traveler that has recently been restored. I want panels replaced not patches panels installed. Anyone know of someone in the UK that can help me source a car
Or names of any shops that are trustworthy that restore Travellers

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Daveyboy1956 Avatar
Daveyboy1956 Dave Larsen
Valencia, Calif, USA   USA
26k lbs is to step for me.

0123 Mike D
Biddulph, Staffs, UK   GBR
I know the feeling

Knowed over 'ere as

Roll's Royce taste
and Mini finances

Gerard's got a very tasty one
he would 'ave swapped for your '32

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Daveyboy1956 Dave Larsen
Valencia, Calif, USA   USA
i sold the 32 last week

0123 Mike D
Biddulph, Staffs, UK   GBR
Gerard's work looks A1 to me.

What you got for your '32
gives you an idea what
Gerard might want to do
a very nice Traveller for you

Over to you Gerard
thumbs up

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drooartz Drew Frink
Mountains, UT, USA   USA
If you are willing to be patient there are RHD cars to be found in the USA (2 of my 3 were found on the west coast, one in Canada). My 4-door is RHD, bought it out of Seattle a few years ago. There was a RHD Traveller local here in UT for sale in the last year, but it likely needed all new wood (I passed). They're around.

Good luck with the search.

bufferzone Avatar
bufferzone Gord Smith-Ritchie
Surfside Colony, CA, USA   USA
Here is a nice RHD 1967 in SF area, it is an older restoration but still nice looking.

https://classics.autotrader.com/classic-cars/1967/morris/minor/100956273



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0123 Mike D
Biddulph, Staffs, UK   GBR
Zummat not roight

That number's bin on
a VW since at least 2010

sad smiley

https://www.check-mot.service.gov.uk/

In reply to # 28853 by bufferzone Here is a nice RHD 1967 in SF area, it is an older restoration but still nice looking.

https://classics.autotrader.com/classic-cars/1967/morris/minor/100956273

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