Completely Morgan

Four-Wheelers 1936 to 1968

Completely Morgan Four-Wheelers 1936 to 1968
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Format: Paperback / softback, 272 Pages
ISBN: 9781787112612
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For all owners – and would-be owners – of four-wheeled, four-cylinder Morgans, this invaluable book is packed with genuinely useful information.

A detailed look at the Morgan motor company’s history opens the book, followed by the marque’s motorsport record, and a thorough chronicle of the evolution of all four-cylinder models. Completely Morgan is also packed with invaluable advice on maintenance, repair and modification of these cars – practical information based on years of ownership and experience, and gleaned from a host of Morgan owners and specialists around the world. Guidance on restoration techniques with be useful for anyone considering a rebuild. Chapters are also given to the Morgan community, with information on clubs, organisations and specialists.

See the other books in this series, Completely Morgan – Three-Wheelers, and Completely Morgan – Four-Wheelers 1968-1975, also published by Veloce as part of its Classic Reprint series.

The author

Ken Hill’s love of Morgans began when he married his wife, Janet. Her family were all Morgan enthusiasts, and the Hills were given their first Morgan by Janet’s uncle – their now world-famous Morgan 4-4 Le Mans. In this car Ken and Janet competed in many European rallies, driving tests and concours events. He and Janet both became internationally accredited concours judges. In his time, Ken was a Post Office engineer, was in the RAF, and did long service as a dog handler with the Metropolitan Police, until a back injury forced him into early retirement. He then took up writing, and became a member of The Guild of Motoring Writers, having written several other titles about Morgans. See the others in the Reprint Classic series, all published by Veloce.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 272 Pages
ISBN: 9781787112612
Illustrations: 270 color & b-w photos
Size: 8.15 in x 9.84 in / 207.01 mm x 249.94 mm
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