Morgan’s first proper road car was the 4-4 as released in 1936. It initially used a Coventry Climax 4-cylinder engine and was the first Morgan to have 4 wheels. Even with just 36 bhp available, the model was used in competition including the 24 Hours of Le Mans and many Rallies of the period.
In 1939, the model used a 1.5-liter Triumph engine with overhead valves.
Called the flat-rads by some, the model was known as the 4/4 in the post war period, and the car was produced with only slight upgrades until 1951.
Sliding Pillars w/Coil Springs, Telescopic Dampers
Live Axle w/Semi-Elliptic Leaf Springs, Hartford Friction Dampers
~128.72 kph / 80 mph
0 – 60 mph
Auction Sales History
1953 Morgan +4 Sports 2427 – sold for $40,700 Desirable, early flat-radiator style. An older restoration that still appeals. Eligible for a wide variety of historic motoring events. Stylish and rarely seen British roadster. Rarer than an XK120 for less money. Auction Source: 2014 Quail Lodge Auction by Bonhams
1953 Morgan +4 Roadster P2710 – sold for $79,200 Exceptionally well presented Morgan. Expert restoration by specialists Morgan Spares New England.Striking color combination. The classic Morgan sports car. Eligible for many rallies and tours. Complete with weather equipment. Auction Source: 2013 Quail Lodge Auction by Bonhams