If you have something you want to sell, send a note to email@example.com. If you have needs, perhaps that last shiny bit, to complete the restoration, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. This is the place for members to hock their Morgan wares.
Chris Bernath, son of MOGSouth members Chuck and Karen Bernath has time on his hands and the tools and talent to make interesting things!!
He has crafted two license plate sized metal signs, one with Morgan script and one with MOGSouth. These are perfect for states where there isn’t a front license plate requirement. Put in on your Morgan or put it on your daily driver!
“These products are made from 14 Gauge, 304 Grade Stainless-Steel and burnished to a Matte finish by hand. We recommend use of a Stainless-Steel Appliance cleaner/protector to keep this product free from fingerprints and other stains. Included is a backing of black or white depending on what looks best against the vehicle. Price for these is $55 each and includes shipping within the contiguous US.
The V8 sign is something new Chris is making for car lovers. This lighted sign is 30” x 23” and is selling for $350 which includes shipping. Limited supply of each but orders can be taken.”
The Morgan DHC has been fully restored from the ground up.
All new or restored parts new frame, panels and chassis.
Engine and gear box re-built (to run on unleaded).
Full pictures of this restoration plus Invoices from prior restoration.
Originally Owned by the Morgan Factory and used for the 1957 New York Auto Show.
Factory letter proving New York Show Car.
Many more restoration photographs available. Just ask!
Post restoration mileage is approximately 300 miles.
Priced in the UK at £32,950. Negotiable.
The MMC sold the car to Fergus Motors and they sold the car to it’s first owner in the US. The car was originally located in Florida. It was then shipped to the UK in 2011 where the restoration took place. The car is currently in the UK. If interested contact Ian Shelmerdine, MOGSouth Member, at email@example.com or call him in the UK at +44 1706 224088, Postal Address – 6 Edinburgh Road Helmshore Lancashire BB4 4RA England UK.
This car is light, responsive, and fun! A narrow-bodied Moss Box (4Sp) Plus 8. The best of all Plus 8s. A Morgan model in high demand!
Its odometer now shows 54055miles.
This car was the MMC’s Earls Court Plus 8 show car in 1971. It was bought off the MMC’s display stand by the international racing legend Anatoly Arutunoff (winner of the 1981 SCCA H Production Class in a Morgan 4/4) and shipped to New York on the (then new) Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2).
Originally the car was all Silver with a Stone Leather interior. It is now Burgundy over Silver, with a Regency Red leather interior, Super Sports bucket seats, and red wool carpet. The weather equipment, top, tonneau and side curtains are all matching dark red Mercedes cloth, new in 2011.
Over the years, the car has been modified for safety, reliability, and performance. It currently has a Holley 4 barrel carburetor instead of the finicky SUs, Luminition pointless ignition for reliability and an Edelbrock intake manifold to improve throttle response. The car also has Koni tube shocks in the rear, with AVO tube shocks in the front. New twin exhaust pipes and mufflers were installed in 2013. The car runs cool, even in Florida! It received a new water pump in 2014. Also, there is a cooling radiator scoop up front with an aftermarket electric pusher fan behind the grill.
The car has a racing electrical power ‘Cut Off’ switch for safety and the fuel pump sending unit was refreshed in 2014. Just recently (in 2020) the car got a new battery and new ignition wires / plugs.
If interested, call Mike to discuss at (352) 455-9218. Car is in Central Florida.
Folks, Lee Gaskins sold his palatial house and garage and has downsized. He now needs to get the following Morgan parts and cars into the hands of others. In addition to those listed there are lots of used wire wheels, NOS chassis frame for a Morgan, miscellaneous hood, fenders and body parts. Also 2 Triumph engines and a Lotus twin cam engine.
Lee is looking for any reasonable offer on any of the car parts. Lee has not individually priced anything on purpose because he truly just needs to find new homes for all of the above.
Lee is also ready to sell his white 1967 DHC Morgan that he’s owned for 15 yrs. Current mileage is 28K. He’d like to sell it for $30,000.
He also has a 1994 Jaguar XJS 6 cyl convertible for sale – flamingo red w/tan interior last tagged in 2019. Mileage around 90,000. Also a rare 1947 MG TC EXU Export model. Lee’s owned this car since 1966.
Photos of the cars (and the listed parts!) are available if desired.
Gary and Judy Heck are helping Lee temporarily store these items, so contact Judy at firstname.lastname@example.org, 404-234-0948 if interested in any or all and she will put you in touch with Lee directly.
1) Pair of NOS alloy Morgan Super Sport fenders 2) Used Morgan nose fits +4 ‘54-‘68 3) Morgan nose NOS part # 1M3100 mfg 12/1997 4) Morgan grille – broken in lower R fits ‘54-‘68 5) Morgan grille – broken in lower L fits ‘54–‘68 +4 4/4 6) Used Morgan ‘54-‘68 front fenders 7) Used flat rad cowl 8&9) Used Morgan +4 rear fenders fit ‘54-‘68 10) Pair of NOS 3 wheel Morgan fenders fits ‘35 and maybe others 11) Used Morgan gas tank fits ‘55-60s 4 seater 12) Used Morgan gas tank fits ‘54-‘68 +4 4/4 13) Used TR3/TR4 carburetors 4 with manifolds – 1 separate manifold 14) Set of 4 NIB Morgan knock off wheel hubs 15) Pair of Morgan 3 wheel fenders 16) 2 pair of used Weber air filters 17) 2 Weber carburetors Part# 45 DCOE 18) Triumph rebuilt head 302137 for +4 Morgan 19) Triumph rebuilt head 302137 20) 6 Morgan steel wheel hub caps – 1 with very slight dent 21) 4 used Morgan steel wheel hub caps 22) Modified TR4 oil pan enlarged for racing 23) Morgan super soft leather interior for ‘54-‘68 car with bucket seats 24) Pair of GE head lamps w/cloth wires 25) Morgan radiator fits +4 4/4 embossed with “EJ Bowman, White House St., Birmingham 89145” 26) 2 Triumph air filter housing for Morgan +4 27) Exhaust manifold fits mid 60s TR or Morgan embossed with DA 14221 304164 28&29) Rowland radiator fits Morgan +4 mid 60s embossed with 57830 30&31) Morgan +8 radiator 32) TR3 reconditioned crankshaft 010 main 010 rod 33) TR3 reconditioned crankshaft 010 main 020 rod 34) TR3 valve cover 35) TR3 intake manifold w/Stromberg carburetor 36) TR3 reground cam shaft 300 mech 110 degrees 37) New Triumph distributor Mallory part# 2332001 38) New Morgan knock-off wheel hubs 1 RH and 1 LH 39) Set of 4 15” diameter 6” wide wire wheels marked RSM 67 6L X15 KE – made in England 40) Pair of used Brookland Aero Screens 41) Pair of Aero Screens – unmarked 42) 3 Aero Screens with hardware only 1 marked Brookland – 1 has cracked glass 43) Mini-Lite style 15”x6” wheels – set of 4 very good condition
1964 Plus 4, No. 5610, TR4A, engine, Dual Zenith Stromberg CD175 (replaced original carbs in 1981. Carbs were mfg for 1969-1970 Jaguar XKE)
Approximately 17,700 miles
Purchased from David Chiles in High Point, NC in Dec. 1980. David rebuilt the car prior to my ownership in 1978, 10,000 miles.
Mechanicals restoration in 1982. Restored chrome parts, gauges, wiring harness, new teak dashboard, leather interior and exterior paint, some upgrades like PL1 headlights. New interior leather, new British wool carpeting. Frame coated with zinc chromate primer and gloss black Rustoleum. All fasteners replaced with SS. Finish was changed from BRG to dark blue with clear coat applied.
In 1996, at 14,000 miles in anticipation of a 3 year UK move, body panels removed, stripped own, checked for rust, re-primed and painted the current bright red with two clear coats. At the same time, the wood frame was inspected and showed no beginnings of dry rot, and the frame was repainted with an architectural gloss black epoxy based coating.
In 2015, at 17,000, rubber parts, gaskets, brake shoes, hoses, sliding pillars replaced. Engine completely rebuilt. New clutch, starter, speedo cable installed and Carbs rebuilt. Petronix electronic ignition installed. New gas tank and fuel sender installed.
In 2019, Chrome spoke wire wheels and knock offs replace the painted originals. New tubeless Michelin radials.
To bring the car to 100% – new carpets, a new temp gauge sender and the 60 year old leather could stand a refresh. The car has been garaged 100% since 1982 and I know has only seen the rain twice in the last 40 years.
I wouldn’t be selling it if it wasn’t for my wife’s concerns about driving it around a city like Charlotte. Huge SUV’s don’t even notice the little red roadster in the right lane next to them before switching lanes!
The car is vic of Charlotte NC. For pick up, the car would have to be paid for and bill of sale executed. Same for shipping. Buyer would have to arrange for shipping from North Carolina. Contact Seller for More Information or Pictures.
Alan Aron, Charlotte, NC, 704-957-5785 or Ajaron133@att.net
We all know of Lee Gaskins and his treasure trove of Morgan items! Well he is now willing to part with a few of his favorite toys!
Lee’s son helped him make the video. I suspect a video was the right way to go as an enumerated list would be exhaustive!!
Lee would love to find a buyer that wanted it all, however, I suspect he will entertain other options.
The Moss Box Plus 8 is gone but Lee still has a totally restored white Super Sport , a Drop Head Coupe and a 37 MGTC. You might also note the 1952 Morgan Flat Rad project in the video. (Clink Link Below to watch the video.)
Morgan Plus 8 3.5L Engine – Professionally Rebuilt in 2019. 3.5L Block with mostly all new parts. 4,000$ (The heads (new) are worth that!!) Comes with 1 free original +8 radiator and 1 free original +8 steering wheel.
Universal 4 Car Dollies for sale. $50 for the set of 4. Includes 4 free jack stands.
Free delivery for any item is not included. Buyer pays postage if shipped. However, Pick Up vic Sarasota Florida is free.