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uk , David Wright is a keen ornithologist. Earlier this year he went on a birdwatching holiday in Sri Lanka, and wanted to see if it is true that there could still be some 4000 Morris Minors on the island they had been very popular as taxis. He knew that Durable Cars of Galle made panels for the garage door remote battery craftsman as well as having a partnership with the late Charles Ware of the Morris Minor Centre in Bristol. Wright was not disappointed when he found a workshop containing a variety of cars. Stored under a tin roof was a split-screen S2, while another looked to still be in use.
In addition, there was a Toyota Crown and a pristine garage door remote battery craftsman Big Seven, plus an MG ZA Magnette and Singer Gazelle, both in need of restoration. Under a temporary cover he discovered an early Morris Minor possibly a '49 model in convertible form, although the car's split 'screen was missing. Other finds on the island included various other Morrises, a Vauxhall L-type Wyvern or Velox, a neglected Mercedes-Benz W114, a yellow Volkswagen Beetle, a Mercedes-Benz W123, a modified MGB and what appears to be a late-1930s Opel Admiral. Minors were popular as taxis in Sri Lanka Large saloon seems to be an Opel Admiral Toyota parked next to Austin Big Seven MGB sits alongside W123 and VW Beetle Look familiar? Want to track down a lost love or looking for history on your current classic? Send details and pictures to the p4 address or e-mail your requests to james. elliott@haymarket.