Morgan Sports Cars – The Early Years
Written by J.D. Alderson & Chris Chapman.
Foreword by Peter Morgan
First of 3 books in a series
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In 1970 Peter Morgan, when being interviewed by Motor magazine said “You must, I feel, have reasonable success in competitions if you have the nerve to call your vehicle a sports car. There are many forms of competition and the more your car can do, the better it will be”.
There is no question that the Morgan four-wheeler can truly be called a sports car, and this book covers, not only the development of the cars themselves, but also their many successes in several types of motor sport whether driven by works drivers or by the ordinary enthusiast.
This story is covered not just in Great Britain, but throughout the world for the period up to the end of 1953. Also included in a Morgan book for the first time is a detailed description of the layout of the Morgan factory premises from the beginning of HFS’s garage business in Malvern Link, Worcestershire, through to the end of 1953.