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"Morgan (sold)"


Page update June 6th, 2016.

Lady Jane.

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RIGHT-HAND DRIVE as in England. This is a genuine Brrritttish Morgan.
Complete logbook kept up to date since 1969.

The Morgan is in original condition - I was restoring it as and when it needed attention
So far I have replaced the soft-cover hood, the tires, the clutch, crankshaft seals, new timing chain and leather seats.

Jim Walters of Bristol Motors personally serviced the clutch cylinders and replaced the front brake rotors and pads.

Morgan

She was buffed and waxed by a professional detailer (see pic below) but no doubt there's a lot more that can be done.

Lady Jane gets detailed, March 2010.
"Lady Jane has been detailed by Jason Conolly of Sticklers for Details March 2010."

Lady Jane gets a new clutch job, March 2008.
"Lady Jane gets a new clutch job, March 2008."

A new owner can continue with the original basics that exist now. Right now she purrs and has a good feel on the ground.

Called the first and last of the real sports cars, this 1969 model shows some signs of age, is complete and running.

The color orange is original, licensed in BC Canada and used for trips to car meetings.

This is me painting lady Jane at ECAIP 2009.

Morgan never made their own engines.

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These cars are still being made by hand in Malvern Link, England. (see the Morgan Factory link below).
I am the second owner of the 1969 car, having owned it since 1971. We love it.
it creaks and squeaks a bit but it is still running well.

See this YouTube video "Morgan Factory visit. New and older models"

Lady Jane's negligee in the basement of our condo. G'night, sweet dreams...

Way back in 1973 I restored my first Morgan (see pic below) a 1947 straight-rad.

In his book, author Ken Hill added a chapter about the stage-by-stage re-build at the time.
It was great but the 1969 four-seater is even greater!

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