Nice pictures of your Morgan

Nice pictures of your Morgan

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Chris99

347 posts

132 months

Monday 26th September 2016
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I hope it's OK to add a Youtube video recording when 13 Morgan 3 wheelers (old and new) visited France to commemorate Capt Albert Ball - a WW1 flying ace and early Morgan customer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0_XbLh6QFw&fe...


joncon

1,441 posts

195 months

Tuesday 27th September 2016
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Brize Norton a few weeks ago...


NDA

18,393 posts

197 months

Tuesday 27th September 2016
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Lovely!

joncon

1,441 posts

195 months

Tuesday 27th September 2016
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couple more.....











Edited by joncon on Tuesday 27th September 23:03

joncon

1,441 posts

195 months

Tuesday 27th September 2016
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NDA

18,393 posts

197 months

Thursday 10th November 2016
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Great shots... smile

SailingTom

55 posts

71 months

Saturday 10th December 2016
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How mine now looks smile

tvrchim500

149 posts

178 months

Wednesday 29th March 2017
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Pictures of my Centenary Morgan Roadster





asbojohn

231 posts

170 months

Thursday 6th April 2017
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We've not had a post in April yet so I thought I'd add these from Scotland







Cpt Stirling

287 posts

173 months

Tuesday 11th April 2017
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Spotted your aero outside the Kylesku Hotel on 25th March. That colour is outstanding.

asbojohn

231 posts

170 months

Thursday 13th April 2017
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Lovely part of the world, the roads were nice and quiet and the weather was kind to us.

Are you a local?

Cpt Stirling

287 posts

173 months

Thursday 13th April 2017
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It is indeed. The roads and scenery are spectacular helped as you say by the marvellous weather. My family are originally from Aultbea but I live on the Isle of Wight now (nearly a 2000 mile round trip). We make the trip twice a year usually in March/April and October/November when it's quieter. Always stay at the Kylesku and the Torridon down in Wester Ross. My father took a keen interest in your car as an ex +8 owner in which I have fond memories of touring the area with him. Alas far too uncomfortable for an octogenarian these days. Good job really as we had a 5 1/2 hour detour around Stoke on the way up as the M6 was shut in both directions!

Did you drive a planned route John or just mooch about?

asbojohn

231 posts

170 months

Thursday 13th April 2017
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You should have come and found us I would have taken your dad for a spin.

It was a little last minute. We had a rough of idea of where we were going but nothing fixed apart from hotels. Left the hotel and headed north along the coast road then turned right at Tongue through to Pitlochry.

Hardly saw any cars for a good 3 hours or so. Lovely drive.

I don't think envy your round trip the roads south are hell compared to Scotland. Although the middle part of Scotland seemed to be full of plod and Tesco home delivery vans.


1560

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182 posts

170 months

Friday 14th April 2017
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wow John, what a nice choice of colors!!!

Cpt Stirling

287 posts

173 months

Friday 14th April 2017
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It looks even more stunning in the flesh! That would have been a very kind offer, thank you. We did try and guess who would fit the bill at dinner without success smile and were away early in the morning. The only plod we encountered the entire trip was two bikes escorting some enormous turbine blades near Auchtertyre (A87). Glad you enjoyed your trip.

Chopper01

88 posts

140 months

Sunday 23rd April 2017
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NDA said:
That is beautiful. I REALLY want a Morgan. Had TVRs in the past (and now a family) but thinking about my next toy.

best to go for a Plus 8 or are the other, smaller engined, models as quick?

NDA

18,393 posts

197 months

Sunday 23rd April 2017
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Chopper01 said:
That is beautiful. I REALLY want a Morgan. Had TVRs in the past (and now a family) but thinking about my next toy.

best to go for a Plus 8 or are the other, smaller engined, models as quick?
I now have this one - a Plus 8



My experience of the 'traditional' Morgan was that it was lovely, but with the engineering sophistication of a medieval ox cart. Leaf springs at the back and sliding pillar at the front. If you're prepared for this rather eccentric set up, then you'd like it. Mine was a Roadster, so a 3.7L V6 engine..... quick? It's OK, but not a 911 beater - 0-60 in 5.5.

The Plus 8 is an entirely different animal. A big lazy 4.8 V8 from BMW and a proper aluminium chassis, proper suspension and decent vented discs all round. Seriously quick. Seriously expensive (for what it is).

RedThree

132 posts

110 months

Tuesday 16th May 2017
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Haven't posted any pics up here for a while so here's one from an evening run last week on the climb up from Cockbridge to the Lecht.

M3W Evening Light-1713 by Calum Fraser, on Flickr

greenapple

15 posts

132 months

Friday 26th May 2017
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RedThree - great photo!

dafydd2008

452 posts

156 months

Thursday 22nd June 2017
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My brother collected his today, stunning car!!!!