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The Morris Ten announced 1 September 1932 was a medium-sized car introduced for 1933 as the company's offering in the important 10 hp sector of the British market. It continued through a series of variants until 1948 when it was replaced by the MO Series Morris Oxford. Now equipped with wire wheels and a new type of mud guarding—domed wings with wing side shields—the car was powered by a Morris 1292 cc four-cylinder side-valve engine employing a single SU carburettor which produced 24 bhp at 3,200 rpm. The gearbox was a four-speed manual transmission unit, and Lockheed hydraulic brakes were fitted. Specifications Bodywork Length : cm (in): 401 (157.9) Width : cm (in): 155 (61) Height : cm (in): Wheelbase : cm (in) : 238 (93.7) Weight: kg (lb) : 930 (2052) Mechanics. Displacement : 1292 cc (79 cid), front-mounted Valve gear : 8 Fuel system : 1 carburettor Gearbox : 4 speed, manual Driven wheels : rear-wheel drive Maximum power : 24 bhp Maximum torque : Maximum speed : 61 mph (98 km/h)