I cannot praise highly enough the Morris Minor Traveller that I purchased from you. The restoration of the 51 year old Traveller is superb as is the attention to detail given to this restoration and the help given for all queries raised with Dan. The Traveller drives and feels like a brand new car. I highly recommend Dan and his staff at West Riding Classic Cars for the quality of their work.
I bought my first Moggie from WRCC. Dan and his team were really helpful and patiently answered all my questions, and there were many! The offer of any advice post purchase is reassuring too. I’d fully recommend, good service from the start and throughout.
I commissioned WRCC to do a complete nut and bolt restoration of a 1968 Traveller for me. To ‘every-day use’ standards. The project involved brake upgrades, new interior, suspension upgrades, re-wire, electronic ignition and engine, gearbox and rear-diff overhaul.
The whole project was expertly managed by Dan and the team. Very pleased with the result.
Very happy to recommend them to anyone.
We had a choice: a new, boring estate/hatchback or a car with real character – a Morris Traveller. Not being the least bit mechanically minded we contacted Dan and the WRCC team who just so happened to have a 1954 split screen traveller ready for restoration. Thanks to all their hard work we now have a lovely looking car that gets us from A to B and attracts so many more admiring glances and “thumbs up” than the boring estate/hatchback we could have gone for! I’d recommend Dan and the team at WRCC to anyone who wants something a bit different.
Our “Woody “- a 1971 Morris Minor Traveller – becomes a familily member in June 2016.
She is the absolutely star for my wife, my Daughter, our Grandson and last but not least for “Zorro”, our Cairn Terrier.
She is the eye catcher whereever we go.
We start the project with Dan from WRC in autum 2015. The car was ready to pick up March 2016. After some hard work to export the car fom UK to Switzerland, some finishing works had to be done by me and my BOSCH Service. In July 2016 she was technically approved by the Swiss authorities without problems
Now she is running like a clockwork. But it’s still an adventure to go with her – some little things have to be done nearly during or after each ride. So a basic set of tools is always on board.
But she never had a serious breakdown, so we always reachd our home.
In summary I can say, the guys of WRC have done a good and reputable job.
I can recommend them.
A big thank you to Dan and everybody involved for there hard work during the restoration
of my now, “BEAUTIFUL” 2 door saloon, I was kept informed via email and photographs
from start to finish, so now have a complete and detailed record of the build.
I would definitely recommend there services to anyone who’s thinking of having work
carried out to there classic car………HAPPY DAYS…. James Wrathall, Lancaster
As a Lotus & Ireland lover I have been looking for some time for a nice traveller and found it with WRCC.
A 5-speed with a tweeked engine was brought back home to Holland by me. Some minor things were done by me over time to get it perfect and I am a happy owner. All credits for the WRCC team to keep these classics alive. I am thinking now to convert a Pick-up or Traveller to full Electric drive – maybe WRCC can assist in this as well.
- I was on the look out for a Morris Minor and by chance called in at WRCC.
It was so easy from the first visit and within three months they had sourced and rebuilt this beauty.
I believe you get what you pay for and everything was done to top standard and nothing was done without prior discussion.