EVENTS 2012

 

EARLY BEGINNINGS

 

The founder and the man who guided the destiny of the Morgan car for almost fifty years, Henry Fredrick Stanley Morgan was born in the village of Moreton Jeffries, Herefordshire, in August 1881...

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DEVELOPMENT OF THE THREE WHEELER - 20s & 30s

 

When peace returned in 1918 Morgan was one of the first manufacturers to resume full production mainly due to the simplicity of the design. Most manufacturing operations were now moved from the original Worcester Road works to the new factory in Pickersleigh Road...

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INTRODUCTION OF THE FOUR WHEELED MORGAN

 

In 1936, after a prototype had been tested in trials and on the track, a four-wheeler was exhibited at the London and Paris Exhibitions. The new model was called the Morgan 4-4 to differentiate it from the three-wheeler, indicating four cylinders and four wheels...

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THE FAMOUS MORGAN PLUS 8

 

In 1966 the Triumph TR engine was nearing the end of its life and a suitable replacement was sought. The Rover Motor Company offered the forthcoming aluminium Rover V8 engine....

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MORGAN AERO AND LIFE CAR FOR THE 21st CENTURY

 

In the mid 1990s a remarkable new Morgan began to take shape. In order to remain competitive on the race track and to maintain Morgan’s reputation for producing world class sports cars, Charles Morgan decided to develop an entirely new chassis...

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CELEBRATING THE CENTENARY

 

2009 was a very special year for Morgan Motor Company when the factory and enthusiasts from around the world celebrated 100 years of manufacturing the most iconic of British sports cars...

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EMBARKING ON THE NEXT 100 YEARS

 

2009 was a record year for four-wheeler Morgan production, however the trend was maintained throughout 2010 with yet another significant increase in the number of cars built...

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