Comments - Cars That Won't Die: Morgan 4/4

Published: Feb 22, 2013
Description: Not only is the Morgan 4/4 the oldest car in this series, but also probably the one which has changed the least during its many decades on the market. Like the company itself, the 4/4 has a devout fo...
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Anthony Dillon Feb 23, 2013
Cars that won't die? Can't understand why carbuzz wants this car dead?
Joe Robinson Feb 23, 2013
I always loved the "racing green" color on these types of cars, it compliments the car's classic style driving experience
Description: The Morgan Motor Company was founded in 1910, and even after 103 year, it is still in the Morgan family. Morgan started out building only three-wheeled cars, which had always enjoyed a certain degree ...
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Alex Bouckley Feb 22, 2013
I saw a red 3 wheeler the other day! I'm in love...
wayner Feb 22, 2013
I know I would own one in a heartbeat if I could afford one...love it!
Wyatt Gordon Feb 22, 2013
Im loving that new 3 wheeler, just saying
Description: The 4/4 was actually the first four-wheeled car built by Morgan, and is named for its four wheels and four-cylinder engine. What with the 4/4 having entered production in 1936, the four-cylinder engin...
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Wyatt Gordon Feb 22, 2013
Gray, "Ew" what?
Kyle Malcomson Feb 22, 2013
That's British racing green and cream
Gray Conron Feb 22, 2013
@Wyatt ewwww
Wyatt Gordon Feb 22, 2013
I like racing green. I like tan interiors. But I absolutely hate the two of them together. Honestly, they look awful together.
Samuel Reid Feb 22, 2013
Well, I like this four seater.
Adam Thomson Feb 22, 2013
Nice color.
Description: Things would get better in 1961, when a new bigger Ford engine was used, and horsepower got up to 62. That actually made for a pretty decent power-to-weight ratio for the time, and sales were much bet...
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Description: There have been a couple of 4/4 offshoots produced over the years, and some of these have been pretty impressive. Most recently (in 2003), there was the Runabout, basically just an entry-level 4/4 mod...
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Ryan Lopez Feb 22, 2013
Oh really
James E Caldwell Feb 22, 2013
Don't forget that the car only weighs less than 1500 pounds!
Andrew Benson Feb 22, 2013
Speedo in front of the passenger, my wife love that. Lol
Wyatt Gordon Feb 22, 2013
Jommel, not really... Look about the same size as the ones on the barn find '66 Mustang my dad and I found on his ranch
Jommel Marcella Feb 22, 2013
Those dials are massive.
Description: Of course, much more power in a car that is small and antiquated would have probably been dangerous. It’s sometimes difficult to believe than Morgan still exists, and that it's still making cars like ...
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Julian Rapps Feb 22, 2013
It is a great looking car
Nodnarb Ydil Feb 22, 2013
If I had the money, I would buy one in a heartbeat.
Rico Turner Feb 22, 2013
No thanks old chap!
Jommel Marcella Feb 22, 2013
@jt, I agree.
Jt Collier Feb 22, 2013
morgan has to be one of the coolest companies out there
Eric Anthony Feb 22, 2013
Only if it was really made put of wood..
Lou Guerrero Feb 22, 2013
Driving this would be a nice break from techno-laden speed machines every once in a while
Christian Billman Feb 22, 2013
I love this