The Morris 10 was a range of cars from the 1930’s and 40’s.
It was launched in 1932 by the British manufacturer Morris.
Available as a saloon (sedan), open tourer, and other designs, it was an attractive car.
One of the advanced features was Lockheed hydraulic brakes, at a time when many manufacturers still used a mechanical system.
The engine was a sidevalve design, and produced in both four and six cylinder versions.
The six cyclinder version was known as the Morris 10/6 , whereas the more popular 4 cyclinder version was called the Morris 10/4.