Morris Marina Metro | classic

Morris Marina Sedan And Coupe.

WORST CARS EVER MADE The ultimate cheap to insure and run starter classic: Morris Marina in 1. 3-litre form is cheap to insure and a doddle to work on. As a young driver, you do have a lot to think about. As far as which cars you should be looking into driving as a new driver, safety is a primary concern, of course.

They’re cheap to run and insure and great fun to steer. But the Volvo 440 was an insurance anomaly back in the 1990s, often attracting lower premiums than Minis or Fiests. Likes ‘conditionally challenged’ motors and taking them on unfeasable adventures all across Europe.

The 2CV is a great starter car (well it was for me several decades ago.) A Marina a Doddle to work on. Seriously though, i think the rarity is more to do with them rusting away. Surely the Moggy has to be another for the list?
The Cinquecento is a perfect choice if you like a certain teen comedy. I dunno about the super-cinq being a good starter buy, the (offset) radiator is about an inch behind the bumper.. I had a 94 Clio Campus 1. 2 4 speed, which was a modern equivalent of a supercinq. Couple of friends had Rover 100s, the last of the Metros. MK2 Escort would be the ultimate first car. An allegro, always thought was kinda cool looking in a retro kinda way. This however doubled to just over £3000 at the time he passes the test with no NCB. Is it any wonder why more and more people are running the risk of driving with no insurance or fronting?
A freind recently sold her (awful but she loved it) Perodua Nippa. I think they have a 750cc enginem ludicrous. The ultimate cheap to insure and run starter classic: Morris Marina in 1. 3-litre form is cheap to insure and a doddle to work on. As a young driver, you do have a lot to think about. As far as which cars you should be looking into driving as a new driver, safety is a primary concern, of course.

They’re cheap to run and insure and great fun to steer. But the Volvo 440 was an insurance anomaly back in the 1990s, often attracting lower premiums than Minis or Fiests. The 2CV is a great starter car (well it was for me several decades ago.) A Marina a Doddle to work on. Seriously though, i think the rarity is more to do with them rusting away. Surely the Moggy has to be another for the list?
The Cinquecento is a perfect choice if you like a certain teen comedy. I dunno about the super-cinq being a good starter buy, the (offset) radiator is about an inch behind the bumper.. I had a 94 Clio Campus 1. 2 4 speed, which was a modern equivalent of a supercinq. Couple of friends had Rover 100s, the last of the Metros. MK2 Escort would be the ultimate first car. An allegro, always thought was kinda cool looking in a retro kinda way. This however doubled to just over £3000 at the time he passes the test with no NCB. Is it any wonder why more and more people are running the risk of driving with no insurance or fronting?
A freind recently sold her (awful but she loved it) Perodua Nippa. I think they have a 750cc enginem ludicrous.

Morris Marina UK 1973

Morris Marina sedan and Coupe

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