Rob Symonds has a lovely 1938 Series II 2-seater
that he has owned for many years. His site give the full history
of the car including details of its restoration. There is also
an almost complete set of the brochures for the Eight as well
as a selection of magazine road tests.
Dave Grace's site gives a lot of details of the
restoration of his now immaculate Eight saloon. An ideal site
if you are looking for those details that are often left out of
the manuals including how he made up a new sliding head. There
is also an excellent technical section giving exploded parts diagrams
of the mechanical components.
Alec Fry's site has been soucre of reference material
for many years and was one of the first sites entiorely devoted
to Morris cars. It remains a good source of information and tips
on the Morris Eigth tourer.
Roger Bird's site followed closely on the heels of
Alec's site and was a more general site which formed the initial
core of the this site. It now contains infromation about Roger's
many restoration projects.
A new site giving details of Les Ashton's Series II
Ten-four. Not only does it give the details of his car with its
detailed history there is even a picture of the car that started
his quest for a pre-war car - an Austin! There is also a good indicatin
that the technical details of this and perhaps other models will
be added in the future.
Robin Dunn's site is only about the marine engines
produced by the Industrial Motors division of Morris Motors. As
these units were very similar in design to the car engines they
make an interesting comparison with these units although very few
components were shared. Even the castings for the side valve heads
were slightly different and had different part numbers. Similar
engines were also produced by IM for stationary generators including
the one used as an auxiliary generator in the Centurion tank.