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Sale price: $9,000.00 make an offer
Last update: 12.11.2013

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Date: 2014-07-29
My offer is not based on this beauty. It is based on what I can afford Anthony Pistorino (from Middletown ct. ) offered 6,000.00 usd
Date: 2016-04-15
Is this car still for sale? Jim Evans offered usd
Date: 2017-01-17
Dan Sanborn offered $6,500 usd
Sale type: Fixed price listing

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Color: Burgundy
Mileage: 22,034
Engine: 4 Cyl
Trim: Black Leather
Interior Color: Black
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Description:This 1964 Morgan Plus Four is solid. runs well. and could be used as the basis for a restoration project. She is complete. runs and drives well. but to be a show winner. it will need paint. and some attention the shinny bits. her original Triumph 2. 0L inline 4; the engine makes good power and torque. The steel chassis is solid. and the brakes. engine and transmission all work as they should. The seats and dash need to be redone. The exterior paint is actually in really nice shape.  No peeling or flaking but some chips and scratches as would be expected for a driver.  Minimal rust (as seen in the photos) and all body metal and panels are intact. straight and in good condition. The 2. 0 liter motor mated to her 4 speed manual transmission runs and shifts well. and the car is fun to drive. If you are looking for a MORGAN that is a beautiful driver and with a bit of elbow grease could be a show winner. look no further.  She recently was gone through by a reputable British shop here in Charleston. SC.  They are open to discussing the car and letting you know that she is solid and ready to roll so let me know if you have any questions.  The car has been in the family for the past 30 years and hardly driven.  That is why the mileage is so low.  Don't want to see her just sit.  This Morgan needs a new owner that will enjoy her.
Here is a nice article about the Morgan Plus Fours1964 Morgan Plus Four History of the 1950-1969 Morgan Plus 4

It's a cliche to be sure. but Morgan really is the car company that time forgot. Or. more accurately. they're the car company that forgot about the passage of time. Morgans aren't replicas of anything. they have just steadfastly adhered to a 1930s look since. well. the 1930s.

The Plus 4 arose alongside the ready availability of the Standard Triumph 4-cylinder engine in twin carb tune as used in the Triumph TR series. The engine offered considerably more horsepower than the other (mostly Ford) 4-cylinders that Morgan had access to in the 1950s.

Nearly everything else remained the same. including the ash wood framed body. sliding pillar front suspension that dated back to the Edwardian era. cut down doors and rudimentary weather protection. the nifty Bluemels Brooklands steering wheel. and the special-to-Morgan cream-colored Smiths gauges. Flat radiator front ends gave way to a really pretty waterfall design around 1954. and 48-spoke wire wheels began to become more prevalent. but that was pretty much it in terms of changes.

There were three body styles available the standard two-seat roadster. the very lovely drophead coupe (with a three position top and roll up windows) and the slightly ungainly four-seat roadster. The Super Sports model added tuning mods and some additional horsepower. They're subsequently rare and desirable.

Supplies of the Standard Triumph four began to dwindle (the TR4 went out of production in 1967) just as U. S. safety and emissions regulations started to get tough for small companies like Morgan and more Ford Kent engine 4/4s started to turn up in the U. S. before the spigot shut off entirely until Bill Fink of Isis Imports in San Francisco figured out how to import propane-powered Morgans in the 1970s.

Plus 4s are easy to own. Mechanical bits are Triumph equipment and the factory will happily supply anything else that an owner might want. from entire bodies to new chassis and fenders.

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Comments and questions to the seller:

from james odenback, dated 04 october 2014
is this car still for sale and where are you located

from james odenback, dated 04 october 2014
is this car still for sale and where are you located

from Thomas, dated 15 march 2014

is the car still for sale? Please let me know!
I am really interested!

Regards Thomas

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