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Morgan Aero-Sports

On Display

Morgan, the most successful manufacturer of cyclecars, introduced its sporty new Aero model in 1920. For the first four years of production it was built only to special order. The Aero was continually improved and by 1927 was available with a choice of engine from Anzani, Blackburne or JAP as seen on this car. It was a popular choice for racing and trialling.

HFS Morgan started the Morgan Motor Company in 1910. Morgan three-wheelers sold well, production reaching over 1,000 a year by the outbreak of war in 1914. They were successful both on the track and as an affordable runabout. The advent of cheap family cars like the Austin Seven and inexpensive sporting cars such as MGs led to a decline in three-wheeler sales by the 1930s. The first four-wheel Morgan, the 4/4, was introduced in 1936 and remains in production today.

Year1927
CountryBritish
Capacity1,096cc
Cylinders2
Valvesoverhead valve
Output40bhp at 4,000rpm
Performance70mph/112.65kph
Price new£140
ManufacturerMorgan Motor Co. Ltd
OwnerMontagu Collection

 

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