1964 MORGAN PLUS FOUR:
--Grey with Black fenders, Black leather interior, Black carpeting, Black convertible top, 2.1 Liter Inline 4-cylinder engine, 4-speed manual gearbox, Long-term ownership.
The Morgan 4/4 was first introduced in 1947 and remained in production until 1969. Styling remained virtually unchanged throughout the years with both a 4-seat version and a 2-seat versions. Front disc brakes became an option in 1959 and were standardized in 1960. Interestingly, a racing version of the plus 4 became available in 1962, the same year, it won it's class at the famous 24 hours of Le Mans!
While early history is unknown, this Morgan Plus Four has seen long-term ownerships since the early 1980s. Owned by Mr. S.R. Leaderman, he commissioned a restoration in 1981 performed by B.R.G. Restorations in Pittston, PA. Mr. Leaderman then sold the Morgan to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heine of Baltimore, MD in the mid-1990s. The Morgan saw continued maintenance and servicing by Treasured Motorcar Services of Reisterstown, MD. The Heines then sold the Morgan in 2002 to its previous and long-term enthusiast owner, Mr. Ned Moran of Long Island, NY.
This Morgan Plus Four is an excellent driver that would provide hours of touring enjoyment. Body lines are excellent with no signs of any accidents or damage. Upon a recent road test, the Morgan drove well as it was intended from the factory. An iconic, well-sorted, classic British sportscar. It is complete with many service records, instruction booklet, spare wheel, jack, wheel hammer, tonneau cover and side windows.