- Photographed at the Adelaide Heritage Run, Keswick, South Australia in October 2018

Back in the 1930's, between 1935 and 1939, Morris named a range of motor cars the Big Sixes.

The first models are sometimes referred to as the Big Six Series II, and the last ones the Big Six Series III, distinguishable by having an overhead-valve engine.

The largest of all Morris models, the Big Sixes were produced with 4-door saloon and 2-door "Doctor's Coupé" bodies.

The Twenty-Five Series II as seen here had a Morris OK side-valve engine displacing 3485cc, which produced 25.01 hp (the .01 was very important!)

It had a top speed of 123 km/h.

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