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You'll want to watch this video because it features the Morgan Threewheeler, the Harley V-twin-powered bathtub that sends the Autoblog office into a collective tizzy every time it's mentioned. But there's a much better reason to watch the latest from Xcar than the awesome, motorcycle-powered Morgan.

In it, our hosts use a Threewheeler to pay tribute to Royal Air Force Captain Albert Ball VC, one of the United Kingdom's top aces during World War I. The timing, on Armistice Day in the UK and Veteran's Day in the US, is telling. This is much more of a story about Ball, and his extraordinary heroism, not to mention his love of his very own Morgan Threewheeler, than it is about the modern variant shown throughout the episode.

Have a look below for the entire video from XCar.


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      rlog100
      • 1 Year Ago
      I am not a number.
      Big Squid
      • 1 Year Ago
      The Morgan is NOT powered by a Harley engine!!! It is an S & S X-Wedge, and it shares nothing -- not parts, not architecture, not even V-angle -- with a Harley Davidson engine.
        R82014
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Big Squid
        You can order it with the HD V engine. It's the more expensive and faster option. The X-Wedge is the standard version.
        Lachmund
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Big Squid
        one would think AB does some research before writing an article.
      Dan Murphy
      • 1 Year Ago
      A touching tribute to RAF Capt. Albert Ball and the Morgan.