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1958 Morgan 4/4 - SOLD

Not the usual fare for the Latham Sports Register, but one of our associate members had something rather different for sale; a Morgan 4/4. It has now been sold.

The car was completely dismantled some twenty years ago pending a total restoration.

Originally registered in 1958 as VFH 11, this is a rare two-seater competition version (Model, #A399) and well worth taking on as a major restoration project.

Formerly in dark wine-red (above right) with black leather interior, the car has been dry-stored and is in excellent (if disassembled!) overall condition.

Work had been started, and approximately £3000 had already been spent on the chassis alone, including radiator re-core, new birch ply floor boarding, chassis shot blasting and painting, differential bearings and seals and grease nipples. Engine and gearbox included but believed non-original (#105E 6015/T5/C5D T5). However, there was no ash frame for the body, and no front seats, although all these major components are still available from the Morgan factory or through specialist companies like Harpers. There was also no original log book. In all other respects, however, the car was understood to be complete with all panels, glass, steel disc wheels, dashboard, instruments, wiring loom, brakes, suspension, chrome work etc.

The car was being sold being sold to create space and fund Lagonda hill climb special project.

Just to enthuse you, the image (left) is an artistic interpretation of what the car might look like once completed.

The Morgan was located in north Oxfordshire.

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