[This falls into the category of ‘what not to do!’ The good news is that the cockpit looks relatively intact. I haven’t heard the condition of the driver, but the car is totaled. Mark]
John Stanley found this video. It is very appropriate as it shows some clips of the Revs Institute (previously the Collier Museum) which we visited on each of our trips to Key West.
I was quite amused when watching as some of the comments are equally applicable to these older Morgan three wheelers we are trying to maintain. ‘It has a total loss oil systems – the oil is drawn from the tank through the sight glasses – so you know the oil is flowing – into the engine then out onto the driver and the road. So it is a messy car . . . ‘
[This is a view of the factory as it is prior to any real changes. Things may be different in the future as modifications are driven, in processes and tooling, by the new investor. Also, there is an Aero 8 GT in build, well it appears all but finished, with a matching M3W. Striking color! (Turn up the volume or the tour guide is hard to hear.) Enjoy, Mark]
[It really is interesting just how the new ones are so like the old ones. We will hopefully see a few of these newer variants in the US in the near future. Mark]
[Any car that sits is a travesty! Get your car out, drive it. If it’s broken, fix it!! Go to a show. Let it be seen. It’s why we have these things! Mark]