Morgan Motor Company is a British car manufacturer founded in 1909 by Henry Frederick Stanley Morgan in Malvern, Worcestershire, England. The company is known for producing hand-built sports cars that combine traditional design with modern technology.
In 1936, the company introduced its first four-wheeled car, the Morgan 4-4. The 4-4 was a compact sports car with a lightweight body and a four-cylinder engine. The car was a success and remained in production for over 70 years, making it the longest-running production car in history. During World War II, the Morgan factory was used to produce parts for military aircraft, but production of cars resumed in 1946. In the 1950s and 1960s, Morgan produced a range of sports cars, including the Plus 4 and the Plus 8. These cars featured larger engines and more advanced suspension systems than previous models.
The Morgan +4 was first produced in 1950. It was an evolution of the previous Morgan 4-4 model, but with a larger 2.0-liter engine and a more modern four-speed transmission. The +4 also had a stronger chassis and improved suspension compared to the 4-4, which made it a more capable sports car. The +4 remained in production until 1969, and during this time, it went through several iterations with different engines, including a 2.2-liter version and a 2.5-liter version. The +4 was later reintroduced in 1985 and has been in production on and off ever since.
The +4 which we are presenting here today was newly ordered by her last (and first) Belgian owner back in 1989 at Garage Alberts in Brussels, Belgium. She was finally delivered, after a 3 year wait, in 1992. He has since taken great care of her. He ordered her in a non-standard Connaught Green paint with black leather interior and chrome spoke wheels. She has been configured in a great classic British colour which compliments her curves very well. She is in good condition overall with her bodywork presenting well for her age and mileage. She has been driven for 90.000 km since new, so she has barely run in… The wooden floor and frames are in good condition throughout and show no rot. How many cars can you buy with actual wood? Morgan, to this day, still uses genuine wood in their cars to honour their history.
Mechanically, she is ready for many more fun miles blasting down country lanes with fellow classic cars or with your partner on a sunny summer’s day. Her 2.0L Rover engine produces a lovely classic sound that will make you and your passenger smile on every drive. The gearbox and mechanicals feel great, but we didn’t expect anything less as she was lovingly cared for by her only owner. A lot of documents are present, including the original bill of sale and the communication with the factory in Malvern. The slide-on windows are also present.
What are you waiting for? Summer is right around the corner, so it is time to get yourself a classic British roadster to enjoy the countryside on a lovely sunny day! But don’t forget your sunscreen…
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