Classic Cars

Up for Auction: Jaguar and Morris Frankenstein Station Wagon

We have witnessed one of the most unholy of unions: The Morris Traveller and Jaguar XK150.

What do you get when you combine a Morris Minor Traveller and a Jaguar XK150? A very strange and awkward hearse... er, station wagon dubbed the Foxbat. The car was built in the 1970s and commissioned so that the owner could fit his two dogs into his Jaguar XK150. Making a bespoke Jaguar station wagon isn't necessary the first thing we would think of, but knowing Jaguar owners they can be a bit eccentric.

Jaguar enthusiast and chemist Geoffrey Stevens combined these two cars. The Foxbat is right hand drive and it features the original 3.4-liter 6-cylinder that puts out 190hp. The Jaguar Minor Travellor aka Foxbat is set to go under the hammer at the Goodwood Revival Auction in Chichester, England. The wagon is expected to fetch around £30,000.

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