Morgan have been hand building the 4/4 for 80 years.
Still hand built in England at the famous Pickersleigh Road factory, the Morgan 4/4 is the longest running production car in the world.
Morgan’s first proper road car was the 4-4 as released in 1936. It initially used a Coventry Climax 4-cylinder engine and was the first Morgan to have 4 wheels. Even with just 36 bhp available, the model was used in competition including the 24 Hours of Le Mans and many Rallies of the period.
ABOUT THIS CAR
Chassis 4/4 132
Engine #: MA151
Gearbox #: 10230
Dispensed 21 December 1936. Agent: Imperial Motor Mart. First Registered in the UK 1st January 1937.
The Coventry Climax engine has an F Head, the gearbox is a Meadows with a Salisbury diff, all are stamped 132 as are most of the body panels.
Seven owners noted on UK records and three in New Zealand.
Comes with Original UK Ownership papers.
First Registered in New Zealand on the 29th December 1976
Vintage Car Club Registered
Body Off Restoration in 1999. Photographic Records available
History and Maintenance Records available.
Jack / Jack Handle, Wheel Spanner etc available with car
Original Morgan Instruction Book available with car
Black Hood & Tonneau Cover Like New
The key to any good investment is to be selective. Some Morgans have done really well at auction in recent years and with the caveat of rarity and condition, the 4/4 is amongst the best investment Malvern Moggie you could buy. It's that rarity that makes this car such a good investment now. One can expect to pay upwards of £60,000 for one of these on the international markets, so at NZD55K fully restored, WOF’d and Registered, consider it a gift.
TRANSPORT / WORLDWIDE SHIPPING CAN BE ORGANISED ON THIS VEHICLE ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST.
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