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When it comes to building traditional sports cars, no other company in the world (that we can name, at least) is steeped in as much tradition and history as Britain’s Morgan Motor Company.
Morgan sports cars are still produced at the factory much in the same way as they have been for more than 100 years
The Morgan Motor Company hosted more than 1,500 Morgans recently in its Run for the Hills reunion celebrating the company’s 108-year history
Since I returned from the New England MGT Registry Gathering of the Faithful event, I’ve been thinking a lot about classic British roadsters.
Morgan is one of the world’s oldest sports car companies, and amazingly it has stayed in private hands for the company’s entire history.
The 1956 Morgan Plus Four model, was produced in Worcestershire, England.