Had a yellow one of these in the Netherlands, just like this one.
The thing was great around the city but was very low powered for Dutch motorways and any side winds meant you had to steer into it to keep going in a straight line. Lol.
@powered_by_howard 250SE only model years 66-68. Distinguishable by its 15" (or maybe 14, but I think 15) wheels with the non-spoked trim rings - earlier and later cars had spoked trim rings. This would have cost around 10K USD new. Gotta be careful restoring these, as work is not inexpensive, tons of wood and leather inside.
@powered_by_howard Fun fact about the Morrie Minor: that raised strip along the middle of the hood is the result of Morris' management looking at Alec Issigonis's finished styling buck and telling him the car was too narrow to comfortably seat 4. So he ran a saw through the centre of the buck, moved the halves apart 4" and filled it in. As a result of which Minors have a 4" wide flat strip down the middle which runs from nose to tail: the raised strip in the hood was originally just a narrow stiffening ridge. Early production ones even have a blanking plate in the middle of the bumper where they were cutting the actual part in half to widen it.