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• Multum in parvo: the history of Morgan from the earliest three-wheelers, to the 1990s
• Three-wheelers in competition – the Morgan motorsport story from 1911
• Covers every three-wheeler model, from the Standard of 1910, to the Ford-engined models produced until 1952
• Contemporary practical information to help you to get the very best from your Morgan
• Lists Morgan clubs around the world, and their activities
• Detailed appendices, covering original specifications and production changes, general data, technical data sheets, and wiring diagrams
• Includes information on manufacturers, specialists, and distributors
• Also includes bibliography, details of Morgan miniature models, and factory sales literature
For all owners – and would-be owners – of three-wheeled Morgans, this is an invaluable book, packed with genuinely useful information.
Starting with a detailed look at the Morgan motor company’s history, Ken Hill goes on to describe the marque’s motorsport record, and thoroughly chronicles the evolution of all three-wheeler models since 1910.
For owners and would-be owners of three-wheeled Morgans, Ken Hill has created an invaluable ‘Bible’ which is absolutely packed with genuinely useful information.
Ken sets the stage by detailing the history of the Morgan motor company, describes the marque’s motorsport record and then, with great thoroughness, chronicles the evolution of all three-wheeler models since 1910.
Next comes practical advice on maintenance and repair – advice based on expert information produced when the three-wheelers were still in production.
Part of the ‘Morgan experience’ is the extraordinary social scene that embraces the marque on a worldwide basis, so Ken devotes a whole chapter to Morgan clubs and their activities.
The last part of the book is a series of appendices comprised of original specification, production changes, wiring diagrams, technical data sheets, details of specialists, distributors and manufacturers, details of Morgan miniature models and a record of factory sales literature.
Altogether, this work is a unique source book of essential information for all Morgan three-wheeler owners and enthusiasts.
The two other books in this series: Completely Morgan - Four-wheelers 1936-1968, and Completely Morgan – Four-wheelers 1968-1995, are also being reissued as part of Veloce’s Classic Reprint series.
All three-wheeler models