Iceni Minors maintains a list of websites which may be of interest to our members.
If you would like to be listed on this page, please get in touch using the contact page. Click on the headings below to visit the respective websites.
Our aims are to promote the preservation and use of the postwar Morris Minor, 1.6 million of which were built between 1948 and 1971. The MMOC exists to unite people who have a fondness of these loveable jellymoulds, and people who still use them as everyday transport.
The Minor LCV Register is dedicated to the preservation, use, restoration, as well as the historical study of all Minor LCVs, Morris and Austin no matter what condition, concourse or just rough! If you have a Minor LCV then we are the club for you.
The Northern Ireland Branch of The Morris Minor Owners Club is one of the most active clubs in the province. Having been formed in 1980 and with over 100 members, the club has gone from strength to strength. Over the years we have handed over in excess of £10,000 to local charities gathered from various club events.
Since 1985 the MMOC & IR has supported owners of the Morris Marina, Ital and all of its derivatives. From its humble beginnings in the letters pages of Practical Classics the club is now into its 30th year.
Started in 1993 by Dave Senior and Steve Nash, DSN Classics aims to provide a specialist retail and trade parts service to the Mini & Morris Minor market. In 1997 our website was launched, making DSN Classics one of the first to provide full e-commerce in the industry.
Minor Models is run by Morris Minor enthusiasts, David & Lesley Price who own an ex-Army Traveller. If you are Morris Minor enthusiast why not buy a model of your car or do you know someone else who would appreciate a model of a car they used to have? We cater for most variants of the Morris Minor.