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  Morris Oxford 1913

Morris Oxford 1913
EngineIn-line four-cylinder (White & Poppe)
Displacement (bore*stroke) 1.018 cm³ 60,0 mm * 90,0 mm)
Engine controlSV
Valves2 per cylinder
IgnitionElectrically, magnetically (Bosch)
CoolingLiquid, heat circulation
Maximum power6,6 kW (9 HP)
ClutchMulti-disc in oil bath
TransmissionManual three-speed
Axle driveCardan shaft, worm gear
Drive trainFront engine, longitudinal,
Rear drive
Suspension f/rRigid axles, leaf springs
Brakes rearDrums
Wheels700 x 80
Kerb weightca. 550 kg + driver
Maximum speed80 km/h
Purchase price175 pounds
ProducedMore than 1000
Year of manufacture1913

William Morris produces bicycles and motorcycles before he begins with the construction of a four-wheel vehicle in 1910. It is a two seater with a relatively weak engine. After all, the car has already the typical bull nose. Successor of this type will even outstrip the T-model as best-selling vehicle in the United Kingdom. 07/13               Top of page               Index
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