Morris Ten Series II
|Production||1935–1937 59,364 (including Morris Twelve Series II) produced|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||4-door saloon 2-door coupé|
|Engine||1,292 cc (1.3 L)Morris Sidevalve engine I4|
|Transmission||3-speed manual 4-speed manual|
|Wheelbase||98 in (2,489 mm)|
A rationalisation of the Morris range took place in 1935 and the new Ten Series II shared its body and chassis with the Morris Twelve Series II.
A three-speed manual gearbox was fitted at first, but a four-speed reappeared as an option from 1936 and standard from 1937. Steel disc Easiclene wheels replaced the wire ones at the end of 1936. Two tone paintwork is common.