614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Owning a Morgan is all about enjoying fine craftsmanship built in the traditional way. It makes for exceptional cars with discriminating rarity. And there have been the correct major investments in this 1962 Morgan Plus 4 Roadster to keep it a true solid driver's classic. So if you have a favorite road, this Morgan should be the best way to celebrate it.
Morgans have a timeless sense of style. The sweeping fenders, pontoon headlights, rear-mounted spare tire, waterfall grille, and ash wood frame - it is often hard to tell the difference between a Plus 4 roadster built today and one that's over a half-century old. Of course, a timeless appearance is also aided by the right investments. It starts with the two-tone paint. The tan and brown both have a nice metallic so that this roadster loves the sunshine. The darker brown fenders love to show off the curvaceous style, and the tan body draws attention to the sporty louvered hood. Plus, the full two-tone effect gives the proper sophisticated look to the and-formed steel body. There's even a matching tan pinstriping on the edge of the fenders for added chicness. And everything from the leather hood strap to the whitewalls really gives this a true classic motoring feeling.
There's a nice folding roof for whenever you need it, but really, a Morgan was meant to be open to the world. So you get an interior tastefully done in a brown that harmonizes with the exterior colors. The seats have the classic British look with a shared back and individual bottoms. Morgans are a great lesson in purist motoring, and so nothing gets in the way of enjoying the old-world driving experience. You sit behind a proper Brooklands-style steering wheel and look out over a dash made or real wood. You get a full set of Smiths gauges and the shifter is in that ideal position that feels like it's an extension of your right arm.
Under the hood (bonnet) is a 2.2-liter motor borrowed from the Triumph TR4. This engine is known for its legendary pep, especially with the Cannon intake and twin Weber carburetor upgrade. Best of all, the more mass-produced motor means maintenance is easy on your rare bespoke Morgan. The driving experience is maximized as you row through the gears of the four-speed transmission and get the most out of this four-cylinder. Your senses will go into overload as the wind whips through the interior, and you help create the wonderful soundtrack from the motor. It gives you an instant connection to this classic machine that makes Morgans one of the most enthusiast-driven brands out there. Add in front disc brakes, and you know this roadster is just begging for the open road.
This has the old-world hand-built kind of feel we all want in a true European classic. So don't let this opportunity pass you by. Call today!!!
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