£15,7501982 Morgan 4/4 4-Seater



This is one of only 80 Ford CVH 1600cc 4/4's with the 4 speed gearbox. We have looked after this Morgan for many years. The last owner purchased the car in 1989. It has had a total of only 5 owners

Due to items picked up on our pre-sales check, the car is being sold as a usable project and therefore will not be serviced, MOT'd or supplied with a warranty.

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 In 2014 we carried a medium service, radiator repair, new timing belt, brake hoses and new headlamps

In 2015 New tyres  and a tonneau were fitted ready for a long continental trip

In 2016 it had an exchange steering box fitted, and a timing belt in 2017. Since 2016 it has covered very few miles since. It was given a check service in 2019 and new kingpin bushes on the drivers side. MOT is valid till November 2020, but the car is not currently roadworthy.

Our pre sales check has identified the following items:

Left hand rear indicator not working.

Both spot lamps are in poor condition and one doesn't work- these are obsolete but others are cheaply available

Fan switch broken

Driver door hinge is loose

Right hand front brake binding and left hand rear wheel cylinder has leaked onto the brake shoes

Sump plug has been repaired

Fuel cap seal split and exhaust tail pipe needs adjusting as it is rubbing on the rear wheel.

Some staining on the radiator at the bottom of the core, but doesn't appear to be leaking.

Passenger side king pin bushes are half worn

Exhaust manifold heat shield corroded and down pipe is blowing

Passenger rear wing stay adrift

Passenger side triangle plate on chassis / engine bay corroded (can be repaired in situ), there is surface rust in the footwells. This needs catching now 

Passenger floor board rotten and adrift. This is a plywood board

Right hand sillboard has rotted at the very front with a small (50 pence) hole.The rocker,  hinge post and rear section of the sillboard all look sound- this does not need immediate attention but may need in attention in a few years time.

Paintwork and hood are in good order. It requires MOT work, and a full service to get the car to a useable condition again. It is an DIY ideal project.