2004 Morgan Plus 4£32,950
Detail and Specification
|Reg No PO54 UGD||Chassis Plus 4|
|Engine Layout Front Engined||Mileage 47000|
|Engine Size (Litres) 2.0||Year 2004|
|Engine configuration Straight four||Doors 2|
|Valves 16||Transmission type Manual|
|Cylinders 4||Fuel type Petrol|
|Engine power (BHP) 145||Colour Ivory|
|Top Speed (MPH) 118||Seat(s) 2|
|Acceleration 0 to 60 in 7.3 seconds||Gears 5|
2 litre Duratec engine with 47,000 miles. Ivory paintwork with dark red leather interior. Red vinyl weather equipment. Stainless steel wire wheels. Walnut dashboard. Overriders. Moto- Lita steering wheel. 2 owners.
What the owners says:
‘We are very reluctantly having to sell our beloved Morgan due to health reasons. This car is so much more than a car. It has given us many amazing memories over the years we have owned it, and it has always generated so much interest where ever we have been ,resulting in meeting people we would never have met. I suppose the highlight of our ownership was when we drove to Italy to celebrate my retirement. We have always loved camping and decided that the limited space in the Morgan was not going to stop us. We packed up the Morgan with all our camping stuff on the rear rack, and the rest stuffed in every available space, and set off. We set up camp just before the Mount Blanc tunnel under a glacier where my air bed developed a puncture and I had the most freezing cold and uncomfortable night!! Not exactly the height of luxury but unforgettable. After another couple of sites we encountered the most horrendous weather, and whilst the car coped well our camping gear didn’t leaving us to resort to bed and breakfast accommodation there on in. Driving the Morgan was certainly an experience in Italy. The Italian drivers seemed intent on getting on the luggage rack in their endeavours to see what make the car was, and leaning out of the window taking photos. Invariably wherever we parked the car it was surrounded by people on our return. We hope whoever buys the car will enjoy it as much as we have’.