Just in.......as with ANY near sixty year old car, filled with ups and downs.
Has 15" wire wheels (and very expensive to convert a steel wheel Morgan to wire wheels), disc brakes, master cylinder looks new, original gauges (three just rebuilt), excellent chassis (rare for one of these cars, no rust, no damage, no cracks, no patches), 70+ psi oil pressure, no smoke cold or hot, 195 psi compression in every cylinder, left hand drive, very good wood floors and framing, fairly new wiring, excellent gearbox.
Paint appears older and certainly amply presentable....easy to repaint and easy to change the color 'cause, unlike their contemporaries (T Series MGs), Morgans are black on the firewall and under the fenders, hence, a color change is easy. BRG? Red? Whatever....
The seats appear to be from a more modern English sports car and, in fact, they resemble the seats in my own '77 Plus 8. Much of the rest of the interior is new and, overall, has a very clean appearance.
Lots of other odds and ends: has an alternator instead of a generator, new radial tires, just received a complete tune up top frame is installed, most of the back seat area of the interior appears fairly new, some additional new parts have just been fitted: new windshield seal, new armrests/door tops, new door hinges, new cowl beading, and a new factory full tonneau cover.
Interested in a rare, very useful, four seater Morgan? Call for details....(and imagine this car in BRG with a tan interior)