1925 MORRIS COWLEY Bullnose Tourer. The nickname ‘Bullet nose’ for describing the radiator shape of these small economical English cars quickly became popularly - ‘bullnose’.
“New, improved” Morris Cowley models appeared in Australia in late 1925 with a washer sealed between the carburettor and the cylinder block to prevent the cars being driven too fast, this effectively limited the maximum speed to 30 mph (48 kph) for running-in.
The Hotchkiss engine used in 1925 was a 4 cylinder 11.9 hp., 1548 cc. side valve with magneto ignition and a 3 speed transmission. Max. speed 50mph (80 kph). Wheelbase 102”. Tyres 5.00x19”.