1994 Morgan Plus 4 Four-Seater

SOLD £20,258

Very well cared for, low mileage family Morgan; recent expenditure; sports exhaust; powerful two-litre car with lots of extras

This fine-looking 1994 four-seater Plus 4 model comes with a stack of extras: galvanized chassis, chrome wire wheels, leather interior, headrests, walnut dash, stainless luggage carrier, full weather equipment including a full length tonneau cover etc. The original bill of sale for £24,693 from Wykehams of South Kensington gives the full list.

The V5C shows five former keepers, the vendor purchasing the car through Brightwells in 2018. There are eight service stamps in the Handbook/Service book from F H Douglas in Ealing - the last dated 2001 by which time the car had covered 15,250 miles. There are further bills and invoices on file, a more recent healthcheck taking place at Holdens of Bromyard in 2018 and a major service at Williams in Chipping Sodbury in 2019 costing £1,674 to include a Librands stainless steel sports exhaust system and four branch sports manifold; giving a more sporty exhaust note, better performance and improved economy.

The vendor has just taken it for a fresh MOT, which it passed with flying colours and no advisories - expiring in July 2021.    This is an archetypal English open-topped sports car with the sort of mileage (28,515 confirmed by a string of MOTs) you might expect from a four year old car and whose styling doesn’t betray its age – put a private plate on it and the neighbours will not know when it was made and that it didn’t cost you almost £50,000!

For more information - contact Matthew Parkin 07813 936698

Reg No: L50JKL
Chassis Number: T9080
Engine Number: 2054HG641000379
Engine Size: 1998
Docs: 17 old MOTs; Handbook and service record; original bill of sale; bills and invoices

Estimate: £19,000+

Lot 16

Lot ended

Thursday 13/08/2020

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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