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2011 Morgan Threewheeler

2011 Morgan Threewheeler

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Lightningman

Original Poster:

1,228 posts

87 months

Wednesday 3rd November 2010
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RosscoPCole

2,305 posts

79 months

Wednesday 3rd November 2010
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Oh wow! Yes please. Just added to my dream garage. Buying a few extra lottery tickets this week. Looks amazing in grey & without much chrome. Love the sport colour, tan leather, black wire wheel combination Morgan has introduced recently.


Bomb release style start switch hehe
And just noticed the new stle Threewheeler logo/badge.

Boshly

2,488 posts

141 months

Wednesday 3rd November 2010
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I think its stunning!

I also think it might sell quite well too smile I know of 4 orders already biggrin ...

1560

172 posts

103 months

Thursday 4th November 2010
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a real stunner,
but some say............you have to have a moustache to be allowed to drive one bowtie

AeroMan

585 posts

150 months

Thursday 4th November 2010
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Start growing one brother, this car is magic!
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RosscoPCole

2,305 posts

79 months

Thursday 4th November 2010
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1560 said:
a real stunner,
but some say............you have to have a moustache to be allowed to drive one bowtie

Take your pick and see what suits you best when hooning.

GLLHG

155 posts

71 months

Thursday 4th November 2010
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Guys,
I have total respect for your views on moustaches etc but, as for the rest, in my humble ( !!) opinion you couldn't be more wrong. See my post under " Tech Details- New Morgan Three Wheeler"

Sorry, but you'd expect nothing less from the arch-cynic

G

Boshly

2,488 posts

141 months

Friday 5th November 2010
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RosscoPCole said:
1560 said:
a real stunner,
but some say............you have to have a moustache to be allowed to drive one bowtie
Take your pick and see what suits you best when hooning.
Definitely "Bullet heads" for mine biggrin

joncon

1,342 posts

128 months

Friday 5th November 2010
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looking forward to trying one of these !

1560

172 posts

103 months

Saturday 6th November 2010
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Boshly said:
RosscoPCole said:
1560 said:
a real stunner,
but some say............you have to have a moustache to be allowed to drive one bowtie
Take your pick and see what suits you best when hooning.
Definitely "Bullet heads" for mine biggrin
I agree, those look most suitable to the 3whlr thumbup

2winscrew

50 posts

90 months

Friday 12th November 2010
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I'm really liking that

1560

172 posts

103 months

Thursday 18th November 2010
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you like?:
1. the motorcycle?
2. the moustaches?
3. the "cosy atmosphere" between Morgan-lovers?

Kickstart

718 posts

142 months

Sunday 28th November 2010
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I love the look of this car - I think it would be great fun to drive without risking one's license.

Does anyone know the likely price ?

Boshly

2,488 posts

141 months

Sunday 28th November 2010
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Under £30k (hopefully nearer £25k but maybe wishful thinking) with added packs (chrome/track etc) as extras. smile

Kickstart

718 posts

142 months

Wednesday 1st December 2010
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I appreciate it is very low brow but on the topic of filthy lucre a friend of mine told me that the 3 wheeler was going to be close to £50k - I really hope not.

Does anyone actually know the proposed price ?

asbojohn

203 posts

103 months

Wednesday 1st December 2010
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Boshly said:
Under £30k (hopefully nearer £25k but maybe wishful thinking) with added packs (chrome/track etc) as extras. smile
Boshly has some friends at the factory and the figures quoted are those given to a few of us who were lucky enough to be given some insight into the 3 wheeler a week or so ago so I'd be more inclined to take more notice of Boshlys figures than your friends wink

That's assuming your friends not Charles Morgan

I hope he's right as I can't find anymore change down the back of the sofa, and the missus won't let me sell the kids or the dog frown

asbojohn

203 posts

103 months

Wednesday 1st December 2010
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Boshly said:
Under £30k (hopefully nearer £25k but maybe wishful thinking) with added packs (chrome/track etc) as extras. smile
Boshly has some friends at the factory and the figures quoted are those given to a few of us who were lucky enough to be given some insight into the 3 wheeler a week or so ago so I'd be more inclined to take more notice of Boshlys figures than your friends wink

That's assuming your friends not Charles Morgan

I hope he's right as I can't find anymore change down the back of the sofa, and the missus won't let me sell the kids or the dog frown

asbojohn

203 posts

103 months

Wednesday 1st December 2010
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Boshly said:
Under £30k (hopefully nearer £25k but maybe wishful thinking) with added packs (chrome/track etc) as extras. smile
Boshly has some friends at the factory and the figures quoted are those given to a few of us who were lucky enough to be given some insight into the 3 wheeler a week or so ago so I'd be more inclined to take more notice of Boshlys figures than your friends wink

That's assuming your friends not Charles Morgan

I hope he's right as I can't find anymore change down the back of the sofa, and the missus won't let me sell the kids or the dog frown

ukshooter

422 posts

117 months

Thursday 2nd December 2010
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I expect RRP will be £29,995 for the basic model. Various options will take it as high at £45,000 would be my guess.

Boshly

2,488 posts

141 months

Thursday 2nd December 2010
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ukshooter said:
I expect RRP will be £29,995 for the basic model. Various options will take it as high at £45,000 would be my guess.
Not the option packs we saw, can't see how they would add £15k? Even combined.

You in Ian??