Buying and Maintaining a Modern Traditional Morgan

David Wellings
From 1997, traditional four-wheeled Morgans were modernized with superformed aluminium wings, a stainless steel bulkhead, stainless exhausts, and alterations to the body tub that provided longer doors, an increase in interior width, and a roll hoop under the dashboard. Buying and Maintaining a Modern Traditional Morgan provides practical advice on choosing, running and even modifying one of these exceptional cars, including full technical specifications of each model since 1997. Topics covered in the book include: buying your first Morgan, and the variations available; making the best of the cockpit area and optimizing comfort; staying dry in the rain and protecting the bodywork from wear and tear; Morgan suspension, the practicalities and the modifications available; service and maintenance for the home mechanic and, finally, a practical guide to touring holidays in a Morgan. Foreword by Steve Morris.
Buying and Maintaining a Modern Traditional Morgan by David Wellings

About the author

David Wellings bought his first sports car in the shape of an MG Midget in 1973, and he quickly became active in the MG Owners Club and MG Car Club, writing technical articles for their monthly magazines, and founding a local MG Group on South Yorkshire. David moved into the world of Morgan in August 2008, and was soon sharing his hands-on-experiences with the Morgan Sports Car Club, becoming Concours Secretary from 2010 to 2017, and writing a monthly column in Miscellany on all things Morgan. This is his first book for Crowood.