50 years after the birth of the iconic Morgan Plus 8, Morgan Motor Company are celebrating with a memorable weekend of entertainment and motorsport. Split across two days and two sites, this is an event not to be missed by Morgan owners and enthusiasts alike. SATURDAY 11TH AUGUST 2018 EARLY BIRD £12 – GENERAL ADMISSION £15 – ON THE GATE £20 • Iconic line up showcasing 50 years of the Plus 8 • Fairground rides • Complimentary Factory Tours • Aerial display • Complimentary Barber Service • Ladies Beauty Treatments • Artisan food and crafts • Live music from “The Rockabellas” and “Soul Traffic” • Spectacular Firework finale SUNDAY 12TH AUGUST 2018 EARLY BIRD £10 – GENERAL ADMISSION £12 – ON THE GATE £15 – HILL RUN £20 • Pre-booked runs available • Passenger rides up the hill also available […]
Morgan owners and fans from around the world are invited to join together on the 26th & 27th of August 2017, at the Malvern Three Counties Showground for Morgan Run For The Hills. Held in association with the Morgan Sports Car Club, Run For The Hills is the annual Morgan event for 2017 and promises to be the biggest gathering of Morgan cars since the centenary celebrations back in 2009. Thousands of Morgans will return home in style for two days and nights of live entertainment, Morgan themed events, trade stands and much more. As with any Morgan event, we’ll be celebrating all things British and championing craft throughout. With lots more entertainment and activity announcements to come, this is an event not to be missed by any Morgan aficionado!
You are invited to join us August 25-27, 2017 in Burlington, Ontario. One hour drive from both Niagara Falls and Toronto and with access to beautiful Morgan rides in rural Ontario including Rattlesnake Hill. Program Friday, August 25th Hotel Check in from 3pm Registration for the weekend from 4pm Welcome Reception from 6pm to 8pm Saturday, August 26th Club Runs arranged both morning and afternoon. Drivers meeting at 9:30am. Or … possible “Car Show & Shine” Or … being one hour from both Toronto and Niagara Falls enjoy your own day of sightseeing. 6pm. – 10pm. . Anniversary Dinner in the main hangar at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum at Hamilton airport. A 30 minute ride from the hotel or take a cab or limo. Smart casual dress with a Morgan flair. Tickets …$110 per person (this covers all costs […]
Morgan car owners and fans from both coasts make the annual trek to the MOG event each year. This year’s setting is Williamsburg, VA, from June 16-18. Activities include the Concours, Rallye, Autocross, and car badge competition, with socializing throughout. An Awards Banquet with prizes awarded concludes this not to be missed Morgan weekend.
North America’s First Morgan Three Wheeler Convention will be held in Augusta Georgia May 18-21, 2017. There are plenty of Morgan 4 Wheeler outings, but there has never been a event dedicated to the Morgan Three Wheeler. This event will include both the vintage Morgan three wheelers as well as the modern three wheelers. But, you don’t have to own a Morgan three-wheeler to attend! Want a new Morgan Three Wheeler in your garage?? The vendors will be there. We have allocated Saturday and Sunday afternoons on our event calendar for marketing activities, test drives, product comparison, etc. Check out the website and also the event FaceBook page.
On Saturday 23rd of July 2016 the stunning Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb will become the setting for one of the UK’s largest gatherings of Morgan vehicles. Sports cars from past and present will delight the crowds as hundreds of them tackle the challenging climb. With music, entertainment and much more to see and do, this is a not to be missed event for any Morgan enthusiast and their family. This year we celebrate 80 years of the iconic 4/4 with a special historic display and lunchtime parade. Also on display, and included in your ticket price: • Some of the latest, oldest and most interesting Morgan cars in the world • 100s of Morgan cars on display • Live music from Elles Bailey and the Worcester Male Voice Choir • Trade stands, fashion and accessories • Indoor and outdoor catering […]
The Morgan Centenary Roadster 100 Register is sponsoring a charitable event to benefit COMBAT STRESS, providers of mental health services for British veterans in July, 2016. We are selling the Blenheim Badge to increase the donation. This badge is authorised by The Morgan Motor Company, Morgan Sports Car Club and Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and residence to the 12th Duke & Duchess of Marlborough.
The Morgan Motor Company has sent out notice that a new Morgan automobile will be unveiled at the March 3, 2015, Geneva Motorshow. A teaser video put out by Morgan can be seen on YouTube. It doesn’t provide any real information but does provide a view of the seats and the sound of the exhaust.
This week we are happy to feature the latest video from the Morgan Motor Company. in our VotW (Video of the Week). “This Is How We Do It” takes you behind the scenes at the world’s oldest privately owned car manufacturer. Take an exciting look at the production line of our Pickersleigh Road factory and allow the Morgan craftsmen and women to talk you through how they hand build each Morgan Sports Car. From cutting the first intricate pieces of the ash wood for the frame through to final road test and PDI, this video guides you through the unique production process. Condensing a complex process of manufacture that takes over 4 weeks into just 8 minutes of footage was difficult. For the full Morgan factory experience visit www.morgan-motor.co.uk/tours
Our video this week is entitled, “Morgan Motor Company: The Most Honest Car Factory in the World”. As you might guess, the video focuses on the Morgan Motor Company in Malvern, England where happy designers, craftsmen and women lovingly create cars for enthusiasts by hand every day. Perhaps this brief history of the Morgan car is best summed up by its inventor, H.F.S. Morgan, who said of his life’s work shortly before he died in 1959, “looking back through the years, seeing both the errors and the triumphs in their correct perspective, I feel I have enjoyed it all. The motor trade has been, so far as I’m concerned, a most interesting business.” Peter Morgan maintained the passion and today, the Morgan Motor Company enjoys continued success, with inspired new designs under the direction of Charles Morgan.
We just received more news on the Special Edition Morgan Plus 8 Speedster we mentioned about a week ago. The information Morgan has provided is as follows… The Morgan Motor Company have been producing hand crafted, lightweight and fun sports cars for 105 years. For the last 100 years, production has taken place at the world famous Morgan factory on Pickersleigh Road in Malvern, Worcestershrie. To mark the 100 years at Pickersleigh Road milestone, Morgan have commissioned a line of special edition vehicles, the first of which is the Morgan Plus 8 Speedster. Following huge interest in the initial launch of the Plus 8 Speedster last week, Morgan are extremely excited to be able to announce further information. A comprehensive list of options and a full price list is now available on the Morgan website as well as the chance […]
Morgan Motor Car Company has announced a new special edition Plus 8 Speedster for delivery this summer. The new Morgan Plus 8 Speedster embodies all of Morgan’s core values and has been commissioned as part of a special line of vehicles to celebrate 100 years of vehicle manufacture at Pickersleigh Road. The Speedster, the latest evolution of the Plus 8, offers an even more invigorating driving experience inspired by a bygone era of stripped back, road going race cars. A 367 bhp 4.8 litre BMW V8 engine and a 6 speed manual or ZF 6 speed automatic gearbox propels the car from 0-62 in 4.2 seconds with a limited top speed of 148 mph. The latest in aluminium chassis developments ensure that its performance and road-holding will match its looks. The Speedster boasts a power to weight ratio to rival any […]
Stepping into the Morgan factory in Malvern is like stepping back in time. There is a wonderful article on the Moss Motoring site about a tour through the factory that has been producing Morgans since 1919. To understand the circuitous path that a Morgan car travels, from Malvern Link to your driveway, we were lucky enough to have a docent to shepherd us through the process. Dixon is the embodiment of an English gentleman. He has been part of Morgan for many years and he led our group through the Morgan manufacturing process. Be sure to check out the list of 10 Morgan facts you didn’t know!
While other models were sleek and streamlined, the Morgan looked and sounded like sports cars were supposed to. But its throaty roar could be a thing of the past, at least on one model, with the 101-year-old company developing an electric low-carbon version of the iconic vehicle. The electric car will be made of aluminium and be powered buy a plug-in battery. Morgan is co-operating with two other British companies, Zytek and Radshape, to produce a concept car which could be seen for the first time at the Geneva motor show next year. In fact two cars are being produced. One will be held back for further engineering research, while the other will be on public view as Morgan decides whether to develop a version which could be put on sale. The project is being backed by a £100,000 grant from the […]
Hagerty, those fine purveyors of classic car insurance, have put together their list of the top ten British cars that you should buy now – before their values go up even higher. While they are all fantastic, of course, I am not sure I totally agree with the ones they include, nor especially the ones Hagerty left off. Much like the earlier mentioned contest for the “Best British Sport Car”, this is a fun list to fight over more than anything. I don’t know of anyone who would actually use this as their shopping list. And if there were someone with that kind of money, they probably already have that list in their head anyway. So, what do you think of the list? What would you put on that isn’t listed, or take off that is here? 1968-2006 Morgan Plus […]
Over thirty rare, unusual and beautiful sports and racing cars manufactured in England will be on display at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum in Pennsylvania from February 20th through March 14th, 2010. Titled the “Best of Britain,” the show is comprised of cars from individual collectors in the mid-Atlantic states and is intended to illustrate why the adjective “British” is inseparable from the term “sports car.” Cars in the show include a 1935 Triumph Gloria Southern Cross that was once part of the Henry Ford Museum, a 1960 MGA Twin Cam Coupe that raced at Sebring, and a 1966 Aston Martin DB6, one of the most potent sports cars of its era. The poster car, a 1933 Squire is the first of only seven ever built, and is considered by many to be among the most beautiful British sports cars […]
The stunning new Morgan Aeromax has been unveiled as the latest in a long line of British sports cars to use Avon tyres as official tyre supplier. The Avon Tyres brand offers a complete range of high performance tyres that are manufactured and marketed by Cooper Tire & Rubber Company Europe. Classic British manufacturer, Morgan, chose Avon’s trusted ZZ3 as the perfect choice for their brand new 362bhp, 170mph machine, which has a 0-62mph speed of just 4.5 seconds. The Aeromax will be Morgan’s flagship model as the marque heads into its 100th anniversary year in 2009. The Avon ZZ3 was selected because of its excellent road holding in both wet and dry conditions and its predictable high-performance handling characteristics suit the powerful car perfectly. The Aeromax will use Avon’s 225/35 R19 XL 88Y XL ZZ3 at the front and […]
We have covered it before, but I just can’t get enough of this “Green” Morgan. But there is another article on Morgan’s unveiling of the world’s first pollution-free sports car at the Geneva Motor Show. This car is simply gorgeous. For the full article, see The Daily Mail. What do you think of the styling? Would you buy one? How does it fit in with the other Morgans?
Morgan Motor Co., the tiny British automaker so old-fashioned it still uses wood frames, is stepping well into the future with LifeCar, a hydrogen fuel cell hybrid it says will prove “a zero-emission vehicle can be fun to drive.” Morgan will unveil the hand-built aluminum-bodied coupe next month at the Geneva Auto Show, and although there’s no word on whether LifeCar will ever be more than a one-off concept, the company hopes to show hydrogen is a viable – if distant – alternative to fossil fuels. Morgan has spent more than two years working with a British defense firm, two universities and a hydrogen supplier to develop a car it promises will “minimize the fuel cell cost and provide the fuel economy for a 200 mile range.” As impressive as the LifeCar is, what makes it truly remarkable is a […]