The Morris Marshal was made in Australia between 1957 and 1960. It was the British Motor Corporation of Australia's version of the large U.K. produced Austin A95/A105 Austin Westminster and had the benefit of the powerful 2,639 c.c. six cylinder engine that was to be of a similar nature to that which powered the Austin Healey sports cars of the era. Less than 1,350 of these cars were produced.
As you will see in the photos this car requires a full restoration. Yes it has some rust in the floor pans and chassis member that forms part of the floor pans. I have always had the car stored under cover and purchased it from a farmer that had it in his shed but i think it has spent some time outside as the interior and rubbers are sun damaged. These cars are very hard to find in any condition, if you are willing to out in the time and money this car could be a great project. The end result will be you owning a now very rare part of Australian history. I unfortunately do not have the time for this project.
Please be aware payment will be by Bank deposit before the car is picked up. Happy to arrange for a car carrier to pick up the car at an additional cost.
As far as I am aware the all the parts are there, the missing marshal badge (it is broken but could be repaired) is in the boot and the front grill and the rear bumper are inside the car. Engine turns over freely but I have not attempted to start it.
Have a read of the trade unique cars for some more information - 1957 MORRIS MARSHAL REVIEW