morris minors in a line
Morris Minors on parade at Charles Ware

The Charles Ware Morris Minor Centre in Bristol has been buying, selling and repairing  Morris Minor cars since 1976 and we recently had the pleasure of helping the family to tell their story in a short documentary film which you can watch here.

Designed by influential designer, Sir Alec Issigonis, the car was first launched in 1948, with the iconic Morris Traveler arriving in 1952. Despite the fact that production ceased in 1972, the Morris is still popular today, not only with die-hard classic car enthusiasts, but also with a new generation of young drivers looking for a unique, cheap and reliable first car.

Years of Experience

Charles Ware is catering to this legion of Morris fans, treating each person’s pride and joy with the love and attention it deserves. We witnessed that craftsmanship at first hand, the film showing the care and precision of the experienced team. Many workers have been with the company since it started 37 years ago and have a real passion for what they do.

Just one of the highly-skilled team at Charles Ware
Just one of the highly-skilled team at Charles Ware

Morris Minor and MGL Media

As one of the MGL Media team is already a member of the official Morris Minor club and the proud owner of a Morris Minor convertible, we have to admit to being a little biased when it comes to this humble little car. In fact we already have a film in production, “The Morris: A Minor Documentary”, which will appear in the coming months.

Matt Holt presenting Morris Minor Documentary
Matt Holt of MGL Media in our upcoming documentary

In the meantime, take a look at The Charles Ware story to get a fix of Morris Minor goodness and let us know your thoughts on the film, the car or just leave us a comment below to say which other classic cars you’re crazy about.


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