Harry Frederick Stanley Morgan said that traveling in a Morgan was almost like traveling in a Rolls-Royce. He prefered his “second choice” and pretty much everything about these cars was unusual. Starting with the “Threewheeler” in 1909 of which 40,000 cars were built until 1950, the cars were a commercial success! On December 28, 1935, “H.F.S.”, as Mr Morgan liked to be called, drove the first 4-wheeler Morgan 4/4 at the London to Exeter trial and created a sensation. Initially, a Coventry Climax engine with 4 cylinders and 34 PS powered the car and until 1950 1,436 cars were sold. Its successor, the Plus 4, which was built until 1968 already showed the Founder’s son’s (Peter Morgan) style with a square radiator grill. Only 48 cars of this model were built.
Our Morgan Plus 4 from the first year of production is a rarity with its square radiator grill and left hand drive. It has been partially restored with great care and is ready to drive! This classic has tremendous charisma and is a no brainer for any Morgan lover!
- front: drum
- rear: drum
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