MORRIS Oxford II/III/IV
A big step forward from the Oxford MO, with an all-new body and 1500cc B-series engine. Becomes the Series III in October 1956 thanks to a facelift that includes a more stylish fluted bonnet and finned rear wings. Drives better than it looks thanks to torsion bar front suspension and rack-and-pinion steering. Wood-framed two-door Traveller estate version of the SII/III is worth double the price of a saloon. It was replaced in 1957 by the estate-only Series IV Oxford, with an all-steel four-door body. These command about 25% more than saloons.