2013. Morgan 3.7 Roadster (narrow tunnel) with Power Steering.
2012. Morgan Three Wheeler.
2016. Morgan 4/4 80th Anniversary Edition.
1958 Morgan Series 11 4/4 2-seater in Ivory. Restoration nearly finished, but needs interior finishing, wiper motor assembly fitted and wiring connected. Material for door cards etc included, as well as bumpers, tonneau, lots of spares, etc. Hood needs fettling to fit. Body/chassis etc all refurbed some years ago to a very high standard. Engine/gearbox uprated to rebuilt Ford 1600e. Later style indicators for safety. Wider, banded, steel wheels with new tyres. Set of 5 wire wheels still in boxes, should new owner wish to convert. Runs and drives.
Today, having completed limited mileage since the aforementioned restoration, this Super Sport presents in superb condition and comes accompanied by a commendable history file including its original US Title document. This exceptional Plus 4 is located in our showrooms just outside London and available to view immediately.
Morgan Roadster in Garnet Red Mulberry leather, Overiders, Luggage rack, Walnut dash, 5 stainless wire wheels, Moto lita steering wheel, Mohair hood pack, Bonnet strap VED £285.00 For more information or to book a test drive, speak to Henry or Sean on 01392 833301
Morgan Roadster with Burnt Orange leather with Dark leather piping One owner, Luggage Rack, 5 Stainless Wheels, Mohair hood pack, Clock, Walnut Dash, Moto Lita Wheel VED £485.00 For more information or to book a test drive, speak to Henry or Sean on 01392 833301
2008 – 14,000 Miles - 3 Owners – Comprehensive service history – Full road pack
2008 MORGAN PLUS 4 2.0 2-SEATER (1 owner & just 3,000 miles from new)...Royal Ivory with Lombardy Atlantic Dark Blue leather, Equipped with Wide body, Walnut dashboard, Black leather steering wheel, Elasticated door pockets, Folding & reclining Sports seats, Heated windscreen, Kenwood Radio/CD player, Organ type accelerator pedal, Sunvisors, Blue carpets, Superior all weather pack (Easy up Hood/Tonneau cover/Side screens plus side screen bag in dark Blue), Stainless steel mesh grille, Stainless steel badge bar, Blue wing beading, Union jack bonnet badges, Overiders, Stainless steel luggage rack, Spare wheel, 15” Stainless steel polished wire wheels, Stainless steel sports exhaust, Originally supplied by Mole Valley Morgan, Complete with all owners handbooks/manuals etc, Full Morgan service history, Complete with cherished MOG registration number, A 1 owner example which has covered just 3,000 miles from new !
2010. Morgan Roadster-100. #52/63.
Morgan Plus 8 in Royal Ivory Mulberry leather, Walnut dash, Moto lita wheel, Luggage rack, Full bumpers, Tonneau cover, 5 Stainless wire wheels RFL £285.00 For more information or to book a test drive, speak to Henry or Sean on 01392 833301
Morgan Plus 4 in Royal Ivory Blue leather with ivory piping, Morgan headrests, Overiders, Luggage rack, Walnut dash, Moto Lita wheel, 5 stainless wires, Badge bar, Twin earred spinners. VED £190.00 For more information or to book a test drive, speak to Henry or Sean on 01392 833301
2016. Morgan Plus-4 2.0 GDi.
Morgan 4/4 in Bahama Yellow Black leather, Ex Geneva Motor Show car, 5 painted wire wheels, Side exit exhaust, Leather moto lita wheel, Stainless door and interior mirrors RFL £185.00. Available for immediate delivery. For more information or to book a test drive, speak to Henry or Sean on 01392 833301
About this Morgan Plus 8 Injection After a successful debut at the 1968 London Motor Show, production of the Morgan Plus 8 commenced initially in 3.5 Litre form then 3.9 Litre (1990), 4.0 Litre(1998 - 2004) with an optional 4.6L (1996 - 2000) all based on the same Land Rover block. While the traditionally styled Morgan's brick-like aerodynamics restricted top speed to around 125mph (more than fast enough for most people driving an open car) the Rover V8's 168bhp and 210lb/ft of torque made for supercar-league performance through the gears. Indeed, in its later 3.9-litre form, the Plus 8 proved quicker to 80mph than the contemporary Porsche 911 Turbo. Its lengthy production run has seen the Plus 8 alter little in outward appearance, save for ever widening wheel arches accommodating fatter rubber, yet beneath the skin the changes have been innumerable. Better gearboxes, fuel injection, rack-and-pinion steering, improved corrosion protection and paint, telescopic rear dampers, air bags and the obligatory catalytic converter have all become part of the Pus 8 picture over the years, along, of course, with bigger engines to offset the inevitable increase in weight. This 1993 3.9-litre Pl
Born in 1881, Henry Francis Stanley Morgan was the son of a vicar who, unlike his father and grandfather before, eschewed a life in the church in favor of a life in engineering. Morgan studied at Crystal Palace Engineering College and apprenticed on the Great Western Railroad, unknowingly following in the footsteps of fellow motoring icons Henry Royce and W.O. Bentley who both served apprenticeships on the railroad. Morgan soon set up a small shop in Malvern Link, Worcestershire as a service and sales agent for Darraq and Wolseley. But H.F.S grew bored with selling other people’s products and he decided to build a motorcar of his own design, the first of which was built in the engineering workshop of Malvern College. Morgan’s car was an innovative single-seat three-wheel design, with two wheels up front and a single driven wheel in the rear. It was powered by a Peugeot V-twin sending power through a dog transmission via chains and sprockets to the rear wheel. The most innovative feature, however, was the “sliding pillar” independent front suspension – the basic concept of which is still used on Morgans nearly 110 years later! A £3000 loan from his father (no small sum in 1910) allowed H.F.S. to set up a manufacturing facility where he could build his new machine. Morgan unveiled his creation (now powered by a J.A.P. V-Twin) at the Motor Cycle Show, though the single seater configuration did limit initial interest, a two-seater variant introduced in 1911 finally saw orders flowing in. Sporty and economical, the Morgan three-wheeler’s popularity grew exponentially, its image cemented by the company’s participation in trials and track competition. Initially all Morgans were two-seaters, powered by a succession of J.A.P., Blumfield, and Precision V-twin engines. Front brakes were added in 1923, the year total Morgan production surpassed 40,000 units. A Family model, with a modest rear seat, was added to the line in 1925. Late 1931 saw a new chassis design as well as a three speed gearbox with the rather handy addition of a reverse gear. Two years later, even more changes were brought with the addition of a four-cylinder Morgan, powered by an 8-horsepower, 933-cc Ford engine. A completely new Z-section frame was supplied by Rubery-Owen, Ltd., and Ford’s three-speed (plus reverse) gearbox was used. Designated as Model F (for Ford) it would remain in production even as a four-wheeled Morgan was introduced in 1935. V-twin Morgans ceased production at the beginning of World War II, but the F model was continued until 1952. Both two- and four-seat Fs were built, and from 1937 an F-Super was added with cycle fenders and a 1,172-cubic centimeter engine rated at 10 horsepower (30 brake horsepower). It is one of these rare F-Supers we offer here, one of just 129 built after World War II. This delightful Morgan F-Super was treated to a complete and meticulous restoration by the previous owner. It presents in fabulous condition, looking fresh and cheerful in its distinct shade of light green accented by black front wings. Paint quality is excellent with high quality detailing throughout. As part of the restoration, the wood body framing was renewed as needed and the car remains in outstanding order. Chrome trim is likewise in excellent condition and the car retains pleasant details such as leather bonnet straps and an original 1953 tax disc. The interior is charmingly spartan, with room for two on the black leather seats. The upholstery has been beautifully crafted and looks fresh and inviting. Black carpets and door cards are similarly excellent and the polished wood dash stands out, accented with a body color instrument panel. Instrumentation is limited to the very basics, just a fuel gauge and speedometer keep the driver informed. Should you find yourself in adverse weather conditions, there is a full canvas top to keep out the elements. But for sunny days, this Morgan is best enjoyed with the top stowed and the windscreen folded for the full wind-in-the-face experience. The 30 hp Ford engine is simply presented but pleasingly detailed down to a set of spare plugs on the firewall. As part of the restoration, the engine and associated mechanicals were rebuilt. A jack bag and period trouble light are found in the cowl-mounted tool box. Since the restoration was completed, this wonderful Morgan has been shown at a number of prestigious events including Keels and Wheels, Boca Raton, Ault Park, Meadowbrook, and Hilton Head Island Concours where is received numerous class and special awards. Most notably, it has scored an AACA Grand National First Place award. Rare and eminently charming, it remains in excellent condition, an outstanding early example from this most quirky of British car companies.
2009. Morgan 3.0 Roadster.
--Dark Red Cherry metallic with two-tone Grey and Black leather interior, Black carpeting edges Grey and Grey Mohair top edges Dark Red and full weather equipment, 12.000 miles from new, 5 speed manual transmission, 1 of only 100 produced. Completely hand-built in the fine British tradition, today's Morgan combines style and driving excitement with modern reliability and performance. Powered by a 4.0 liter fuel injected V-8 engine developing 200 bhp @ 4800 rpm and 225 ft. lb. of torque @ 3500 rpm makes for breathtaking performance. The performance is matched with exceptional handling and braking through 4-pot Lockheed calipers with 11’ front discs and 9” rear brake drums. Standard options as well as added options include: Walnut dash, Clock, Stainless firewall, Valances, Front/rear bumpers, Wood rimmed airbag steering wheel, Walnut steering column surround, Polished stainless steel wire wheels, Double eared knock offs on the wire wheels, Polished stainless steel Le Mans ’62 mesh grill, Stainless badge bar with 35th anniversary commemorative badge, Lucas driving lights, Stainless steel chassis crossbar covers, Stainless steel entry run plates and Stainless steel luggage rack. This M
Morgan 4/4 4 Seater in Indigo Blue Black leather upholstery, Full bumpers, 5 painted wire wheels, Walnut dash, Wing sidelights, 1 previous owner. Full service history. VED £235.00 For more information or to book a test drive, speak to Henry or Sean on 01392 833301
Morgan 4/4 Sport in Sport Green Tan leather, Moto Lita steering wheel, Black wire wheels, Luggage rack, Mohair hood, Union Jack badges. 1 previous owner. Full service history. VED £185.00 For more information or to book a test drive, speak to Henry or Sean on 01392 833301
2000. Morgan Plus-8 “Super Charged” Yes that’s right, the fabulous 3.9 litre V8 has been professionally super charged at a cost of £18,000! But don’t worry, it remains totally docile and useable until provoked, then you ride a huge wave of toque.
Chassis # 096 Engine # N/A One of The Earliest Known Pre-War Morgan 4/4's Detailed History File Back to The 1940's Offered With Full Weather Gear Excellent Restoration & Highly Correct Details The process, the craftsmanship, the factory they are built in have all remained the same since their genesis in 1936. 80 years later these cars are still in production, making them on of the longest running production cars to date. The nostalgic Morgan 4/4 was the British car manufacturer’s first road car that utilized a 4-wheel platform. In past years, Morgan was known for their 3-wheelers that boasted a unique tri-wheel design of which they had great success with. However, due to changes in tax regulations, it made vehicles powered by motorbike engines more expensive to run. This, amongst other factors, encouraged Morgan to build a proper automobile which spawned the creation of the 4/4 which designates its 4-cylinder, 4-wheel set up. It utilized Morgan’s signature steel chassis and wooden frame which they diligently fit and cater to each example the rolls off the production line. The 4/4 was one of the ultimate open two seater sports cars to have at the time and is still adored to this day
2012. Morgan Plus 4 - 60th Anniversary SuperSport - No. 50/60.
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2011. Morgan Plus-4 2.0 Duratec.
1960 Morgan Plus-4, Period “E” FIA Race car.
Morgan 4/4, 4 Seater in Ivory Mulberry leather, Walnut dasah, Moto lita wheel, 5 painted wire wheels, Full bumpers, Luggage rack, Vinyl hood and tonneau For more information or to book a test drive, speak to Henry or Sean on 01392 833301
*** THIS CAR HAS BEEN SOLD *** Please contact us if you were interested in this car. Our inventory is constantly changing and we will have similar examples of this model becoming available soon. ----------------------------- Morgan 4-4 Roadster 1978 dark green in very good condition
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