Morgan Motor Company is one of those British outfits that can't quite keep up with the times, and that's perfectly all right for Morgan. Its range is delightfully anachronistic; even the "modern" Morgans are somewhat old-fashioned. The 4/4 roadster, with a frame supporting the bodywork partly made of wood from the ash tree, has been in production since 1936. The Three-Wheeler is an updated reimagining of a range of cars the company sold from the 1930s through the early 1950s, with a V-Twin engine up front and just a single wheel out back. While the Morgan Aero range doesn't use wooden framework, it offers thoroughly modern performance interpreted through a classic lens. However, the Three-Wheeler is currently the only Morgan sold in this country.
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