The Morris Minor is a small 4-seater car with an 850 cc engine manufactured by Morris Motors Limited from 1928 to 1934. The name was resurrected for another newer car for the same market in 1948. The original Minor was designed to compete with the Austin 7, and was priced for affordability.
Wotan Rengaw owned a Minor Morris which he allowed George Holley to use as part of their veterinary practice. By the Spring of 1938, the self-started had ceased to function, and the car had to be cranked to start, and the brake pads had given away some time before, meaning the driver had to apply the brakes well before the vehicle arrived as its destination. Still, Holley was able to make his way around Yorkshire in the Minor.