If you have something you want to sell, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have needs, perhaps that last shiny bit, to complete the restoration, send a note to email@example.com. This is the place for members to hock their Morgan wares.
Current SVRA log book #17-006 Morgan Vintage Race Car, 1959 4/4. Engine built by Bob Wagner Motor Sports in Decatur (Atlanta), GA. 1364 cc 5 main with billet crank, titanium rods and Carrillo pistons.
The engine was built for easy maintenance and is currently only running at 8.9-1 compression with a dry sump and Kent Rally cam #244.
The transmission is a Quaife Rocket Box with dog engagement.
The Morgan, when purchased almost 4 years ago, had been nicely restored for street use and lots of equipment has been added to bring it up to racing specifications.
The paint is not as pretty as it once was and does show chips and scratches from racing. I am 5’ 11”, 185 lbs and about the maximum size person that will fit in the car.
I just ran Put-In-Bay Vintage Races and recommend that whoever buys the Morgan return to PIB again next year. The Hoosier tires on the Morgan have one more race weekend on them, other than that the Morgan is ready for next year’s racing.
Engine built by Bob Wagner Motorsports, Decatur, GA.
5 main 1364 cc.
Billet crank, titanium rods, Carrillo pistons
Currently running 8.9 – 1 (.060 off head would get it to 10 – 1)
Kent #244 Rally Cam.
Weber 32/36 DGV carburetor
Full range of jets go with the Weber.
1 spare Weber carburetor and manifold.
Holley Red Top fuel pump with Aeromotive pressure regulator.
1 2 3 Ignition Distributor, Blue Tooth compatible adjusting curve.
The factory stopped making the 4 Seater a few years ago, so only the vintage 4 Seaters are available now. There are many reasons to love the Plus 4, 4 Seater. I know I certainly do. And, this is a good one! $20,000