Any love for this?
I think it is just lovely. I may even get one if it looks as good in the metal as in the pics, if it rides and handles with excitement and verve and if it is well built.
No customer cars until 2016. Dealer demos around Oct 15.
Well done Morgan!
Harley's asked a question on here about good products for red paint. The general consensus was:
ClearKote Moose Glaze. Well I gave it a go with no machine tools. Then sealed it with:
Here is the result.
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During the major floodings we had down south, we had to move Aeromans vehicles out of there underground car park. When we moved the three wheeler it was apparent that an overflow pipe was dropping all over the 3w for quite sometime. Luckily the 3 wheeler was treated to the whole...
And not a bottle of Krug in sight :D:D
Apologies for the directness of this thread, but another forum member mentioned you might be thinking of selling your C55.
As newcomer here, I can't PM, so if you're interested in selling at all please feel free to get in touch.
Just found out our new French neighbours family own vineyards. Turns out they are the negociants, Bouchard pere et fils. Charles, for that is the gents name, does not have a tele so we have invited him around tomorrow evening to watch France lose to Spain. I wonder if he will bring something...
Drove one of these today.
What a hoot!
200hp from 4 cylinder 2 litre engine.
Limited edition of 60 cars only.
£50k. Seems very expensive to me.
Great fun to drive though.
What are they like to live with, and what are residuals like?
Ok, the following happened on Monday. In the grid of South Kensington I was waiting to turn right. The street into which I was turning was quite narrow. In my right a brown van was waiting at the give way lines to turn right into the road I was on. In front of me a green van was moving at...
Dear old Morgan cars have re-created a three wheeler, and what a joy to behold. I particularly like the idea of the starter button being the firing button from the Typhoon. Chocks away, chaps!