1987. Morgan Plus-8 class B Morgan Challenge Race Car.
1973 Morgan Plus 8. “43 MOG”. Red with black interior. Very well known and fantastically fast Morgan Challenge Class A race car. Class A winner 2011, 7 over all victories and 4 2nd places, 7 fastest laps. New John Eales engine in July, ready to go for the 2012 season.
1969 Moss Box +8 full FIA spec race car.
2013. Morgan Plus-8. Manual - 6 Speed Gearbox
2012. Morgan Aero Plus-8.
(SOLD) Coming in a beautiful two-tone Silver/Dark Grey colored exterior, this stunning Morgan Plus 8 35th Anniversary Edition is one of 100 35th anniversary Morgan editions built! This stunning roadster comes complete with many upgrades such as, leather bucket seats, bad weather windows with top and fitted boot, a “Matthias Kauffelt” wood dash with the Rally Gauge package, a Premier CD player, triple washers, restyled front and rear for more of a European look, driver and passenger mirrors, driving lights and fog lamps, badge bar with badges, a full size spare, alloy radiator, and a Moto-Lita three spoke steering wheel with tilt column. Also included are the factory build pictures nicely bound in a leather cover, with the owner’s manual. This beauty has participated in several events and has won Best in Class at the MOG West 24 Concourse, the Western National Morgan Meet at Cambria in 2006, and the Morgan’s at Mallory Park. This Morgan presents a fantastic opportunity for the collector or enthusiast that is ready to drive and enjoy a piece of history!
1997 Morgan Plus 8 in Connaught green. Good service history VED £285 2 previous owners Black leather upholstery, Walnut dash, Motolita steering wheel, 5 alloy wheels,Luggage rack, Full bumpers, Wing side lights Tonneau cover For more information or to book a test drive, speak to Henry or Sean on 01392 833301
Morgan Plus 8 3,5 2 seater Equipment: Suveræn fin bil total restaureret dette unikke køretøj skal ses ring for info måske DK s Flotteste.
Morgan Plus 8 Indigo Blue with grey leather upholstery and power steering fitted 3 Owners, Power steering, 5 alloy wheels, luggage rack, new black vinyl easy up hood, walnut dash, motolita steering wheel, spotlights. VED £230.00 For more information or to book a test drive, speak to Henry or Sean on 01392 833301
1985 Morgan Plus 8. Brown with black vinyl interior Wing sidelights, 5 Alloy wheels, Luggage rack, Spare wheel cover, Full bumpers, Twin exhausts, Good service history, 3 owners, VED £284.00 For more information or to book a test drive, speak to Henry or Sean on 01392 833301
The development of the Plus 8 was led by Maurice Owen, an engineer taken on specifically for the role. The Plus 8 prototype was based on a modified chassis from the +4, altered to accept the Rover alloy block 215 cu in (3.5 l) V8. The chassis was developed in stages to accommodate gearbox changes in 1973 and 1976, the body widened in 1976 to accommodate the widened chassis and the wings widened to accommodate larger tyres to handle the increasing power and trend for lower profile and wider tyres. At the end of 1983, the company offered an EFI version using a Bosch L-Jetronic based system. With the added power (204 bhp (152 kW; 207 PS)) and low weight, the Plus 8 was, according to the magazine road tests of the day, able to best a Porsche up to 90 mph (140 km/h). In 1990 a 3.9 L version of the engine was fitted and that used the Lucas fuel injection. To mark the 35th year of production of its Plus 8, MMC released a commemorative 'Anniversary Edition' in 2003. Following the discontinuation of the Rover V8, production of Plus 8 ended in 2004. A revised Plus 8, powered by a 4.8-liter BMW V8 engine, was introduced in 2012. Specifications >>>>> Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sal
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