Morris Motors Limited was a British automobile manufacturer founded in 1912 by William Morris. Renowned for its contribution to British motoring history, Morris produced a wide range of vehicles, including compact cars, sedans, and commercial vehicles. The company’s early success stemmed from its innovative assembly line production methods and its ability to offer affordable vehicles to the mass market. Models like the Morris Minor, introduced in 1928, became iconic symbols of British motoring, known for their reliability, simplicity, and practicality. Over the years, Morris expanded its lineup to include popular models like the Morris Oxford and Morris Marina, solidifying its reputation as a quintessentially British car brand. Despite changes in ownership and the eventual dissolution of the company in the late 1980s, Morris cars remain cherished by collectors and enthusiasts for their historical significance and contribution to the automotive industry.

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