At the core of Morgan motoring lies the Morgan 4/4. It is the great grandparent of the rest of the 'traditional' Morgan range. Representing the best of the traditional British sports car, it combines modern performance and reliability with iconic styling that recalls a golden age of motoring. In this fascinating and in-depth account, Michael Palmer examines the car's history, design, development and manufacture. With Morgan Motor Company confirming its commitment to production of the 4/4 into the foreseeable future - the little car from Malvern has become not only a motoring legend, but also a record breaker - as the car with the longest continuous production record in the world.
Morgan 4/4: The First 75 Years by Michael Palmer
About the author
Michael Palmer was born in London in 1963. He took an apprenticeship with British Airways in 1980 and, once completed, he joined a flight simulation company. In the mid-1980s the opportunity arose for him to work as a technician in the printing industry. Throughout the 1990s he wrote short sketches and one-liners for a variety of shows on BBC radio and ITV, before concentrating on writing projects. Michael has had a lifelong interest in cars - Alvis, Bently, Bristol, Jaguar and Morgan - and can be spotted regularly on the Kent roads at the wheel of his royal ivory 1997 Morgan 4/4.
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