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The Morgan Motor Company - now the last long-established independent British car manufacturer - forged its reputation with a remarkable range of three-wheeled cyclecars that offered value for money and (in sporting guise) astonishing performance.
Produced from before the First World War until after the Second World War, the Morgan came in many shapes and sizes and was powered by a variety of proprietary V-twin motorcycle-type engines and, latterly, a four-cylinder water-cooled unit from Ford.
The author has thoroughly researched this fascinating subject, and offers detailed information on every model and type. Glancing also at the racing and record-breaking achievements of these iconic cars, this well illustrated book will appeal to all enthusiasts for pre-war light and sporting cars.