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1967 Morgan 4/4 Roadster / B1448 Vehicle Information

1967 Morgan 4/4 photograph

1967 Morgan 4/4
Sold for $58,300 at 2017 Bonhams : Greenwich Concours.
The Morgan 4/4 is the world's longest running production vehicle with today's example being recognizably the same car as the 1936 forbearer.

Engineer H F S Morgan showed his first three-wheeled car at Olympia in 1910. The first four-wheeled, four-seater Morgan appeared in 1936 powered by Coventry Climax's 1,122cc, four-cylinder inlet-over-exhaust engine. A special Climax-engined sports model competed at LeMans two years later, qualifying for the Biennial Cup. A special Standard 1,267cc overhead-valve four-cylinder engine was introduced for the 1939 season and would continue to power the 4/4 model to 1950.

In 1955, after a five-year hiatus, the Morgan 4/4 was re-introduced with Ford 100E power. Over the years, the 4/4 was regularly updated with more modern engines. Currently, modern versions are being sold with a 1.6-liter Ford Sigma unit.

This particular Morgan 4/4 two seater was dispatched on November 11th of 1967. It was sent to the United States and sold new by Joe Cam's Autorama of Pennsylvania. It left the factory with leather interior, wire wheels, a heater, and a louvered bonnet.

The Morgan was discovered in 1985 by Norris Haynes of Archdale, North Carolina. It was found in Florida under the ownership of the believed-to-be second owner, Ronald K. Ray. The car was with Norris until 1997 when Jeffrey March made an agreement to purchase the vehicle along with a brand new frame, with the understanding that Norris would complete a full nut-and-bolt, no expense spared, concours level restoration. The project took a decade to complete.

This Morgan is finished in Twilight Blue over a tan Connelley leather interior which is contrasted by deep blue Wilton wool carpets pipped with tan leather. It has a Stay Fast Canvas top and tonneau cover which are also pipped with a matching tan leather accent.

The current owner acquired the car in 2009 shortly after the restoration was completed.

The engine is a 1500cc 4-cylinder unit with Twin Weber carburetors and offers 85 horsepower. There is a four-speed manual transmission, a leaf spring suspension, and drum brakes.


By Daniel Vaughan | Jun 2017


2017 Bonhams : Greenwich Concours

Pre-Auction Estimates :
USD $40,000-USD $60,000 
Sale Price :
USD $58,300

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1967 sales)
1967 Morgan 4/4 Roadster
Chassis#: B1448
Sold for USD$58,300
  2017 Bonhams : Greenwich Concours
1967 Morgan 4/4 image  

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