Morgan West Listing

Santa Monica, California

1930 Morgan Aero Van

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The Morgan 3 Wheeler is designed for one purpose alone, to make driving fun. A leather padded cockpit complete with aircraft instrumentation adds to the sense of flying on the road. The car seems to respond as much to thought as physical input. The S&S engine powering the Morgan 3 Wheeler has plenty of torque, and provides maximum power at minimum revs. At 2.0litres, the engine is powerful and when coupled with a lightweight body, means the 21st century Morgan 3 Wheeler provides unrivalled power to weight for its on the road price. The time is right for Morgan to take a new look at the combination of acceleration, performance and economy. The time is right to drive a Morgan 3 Wheeler.

  • 72 spoke wirewheels
  • Leather seats
  • New tires
  • Right-hand drive
  • Walnut dash

Engine
S&S 1979cc V twin
Gearbox
Mazda 5 Speed
Max Power (@5250rpm): 82 bhp @ 5250rpm
Max Torque (@3250rpm):140Nm @ 3250rpm


Performance
0 – 62 6 seconds
Top Speed
115mph (185 kph)
Power to weight: 0.072 kw / kg
Urban mpg:21.1 mpg (13.4l /100km)
Extra urban: 44.9 mpg (6.3l /100km)
Combined: 30.3 mpg (9.3 l/100km)
Co2: 215 g/km


Length: 3225mm
Width:1720mm
Height: 1000mm
Dry weight: 525kg
Homologation: USA
Fuel tank size: 42 litres
Chassis:Tubular steel spaceframe


Spec for the 2018 The Morgan 3 Wheeler

According to the records from the MTWC registrar, Steve Lister, OF 7062 has an eclectic lineage. It has the straight bottom tubes on the front typical of a Super Aero from 1927 to 1929 but with other features, like the M type bevel box and oil tank more appropriate to 1929-1933. Pictures from Mike Andrews, a previous owner (1964-1966) show it with a Blackburn radiator and JAP engine. The Birmingham registration number OF7062 was issued in late 1930 but the chassis number M326 (a Deluxe Family model) wasn’t dispatched from the Morgan factory until December 1930. What is known for certain is that in 1968 Alexander Frazier owned it. It was Mr. Frazier who fitted
Aero Van1
Period photo of the original livery by Alexander Frazier

the van box to promote his vintage auto parts business.

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Year: 1930
Make: Morgan
Model: 3-Wheeler
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Condition: Fully restored
Exterior Color: Bugatti Blue
Interior Color: Marsala Red
Pre-Owned: Pre-owned

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