FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED! |
This family owned business started as a way to provide for the family back in 1970 when Jimmy Morrison came back from Vietnam War. The family began selling special-interest automobiles near their home in Concord, North Carolina. As the years past and the business grew they started to carry all types of vehicles along with the special interest collector cars. Now Jimmy's two sons, daughter, son in law and grandson are keeping the family business running for the future. To learn more about Morrison Motor Company please go to our history page. Also view our classic car museum Morrison Motor Car Museum .
Now, Morrison Motor Company is one of the most active buyers and sellers of collector cars, trucks and Harley-Davidson motorcycles in the Carolinas. We try our hardest to have the best quality pre-owned vehicles on the market. We are here to earn your business today and for the future. The way we do this, is not to charge all the unnecessary fees like other dealers do. For example our Dealer/Doc fee is only $195, not $500 or $700 like others. Our sales staff will make your vehicle purchase as easy as possible. Our Finance manager will work our banks and lenders against each other to get you the best deal that is out there!
Located just 10 minutes north of Charlotte Motor Speedway in the heart of NASCAR racing country, this family-owned business has been a vital part of the local automotive scene since its founding in 1970. The modest lot - packed to capacity with Corvettes, Mustangs, Camaros, Harleys, trucks and SUVs - is a "must-see" stop for any performance enthusiasts visiting the area. It is the goal of this Web site to display the entire Morrison inventory in an up-to-date fashion; however, should you have a question about a car, truck or bike not represented on these pages, please call (704) 782-7716 or e-mail one of the Morrison staff.
GREAT SELECTION OF V6 SPORT CARS! MANY MORE AVAILABLE!
GREAT SELECTION OF MID SIZE SUV'S! MANY MORE AVAILABLE!
UNIQUE DISPLAYS AT MORRISON MOTOR CAR MUSEUM!
VIETNAM INFANTRY SOLIDER, 67 SURVIVOR CORVETTE, RICKY BOBBY RACECAR