Morgan’s are interesting British sport cars that have a classic design and construction. Morgan’s have wood floors in them much like the early 1900s automobiles. This Particular Morgan has seen better days, but may have lived a life dedicated to racing. This Morgan was purchased in 1959 and imported to America. The seller has stated that this Morgan has never been registered state side, and there is a roll bar present. Also Morgans were popular racers in this time frame so it is likely this car spent its life as a racer until it reached long term storage. This one owner Morgan has an opening bid of $3,500. We are sure someone out there will find interest in this Morgan. Find it here on ebay out of Copake, New York. Thanks Peter R for the submission!
The 1991cc Triumph TR2 engine is still present, though its condition is unknown. The drivetrain appears to be complete, but questionable. The engine bay looks a little sparse, but the sheet metal in the engine bay does not look to suffer from rot. It is crispy though.
Having originally been painted Black with a green interior, all of the proof that is left of the green interior is around the shift lever and the seat back. The dash looks surprisingly decent, and complete, as does the steering wheel. The wood floors are gone, and the seat bottoms look to be missing. There is a roll bar installed in the car, but as we look this Morgan over we don’t see much else that indicates its possible racing past. There is no easy way to put it, but the exterior of this Morgan is crispy. There is likely still enough left to rebuild and restore this Morgan, but it will be at the hand of a dedicated person. At this point it would be easier to point out the items that are not rotted versus pointing out specific rust issues. The rear fenders looks to be solid, as do the engine covers. The front wings aren’t too bad off either. The lower part of the body of this Morgan needs work. The car looks to sit relatively flat and level, so likely the frame is good.
It is unfortunate that this Morgan went this far, but perhaps it will find its way onto a race track yet again. Would you save this 1960 Morgan +4?