29 Jun

SOLD – 1964 Morgan 4/4 Series V

1964 Morgan 4/4 Series V. Chassis # B 1054

SOLD – Sorry, Too Late

I completed the restoration of the Morgan in 2007; there are 18,000 miles on the restoration.

  • new frame(tub) purchased from Morgan factory in 2003, rear deck, quarter panels and doors done in aluminum; wood treated with Cuprinol
  • new crossframe, kingpins and bushings, coil springs,  Koni shocks, rebuilt lever shocks in rear, new five leaf springs, crossframe brace bracket

  • Engine: pre-crossflow, original block, new cylinder liners, .040 pistons and new rings, new bearings, bronze valve guides, hardened valve seats, double springs, Kent 224 camshaft, large valves, steel rocker shaft and posts, ARP fasteners on rods, mains and cylinder head, cylinder head ported, engine fully balanced’ est. 105 bhp
  • Twin Weber 40 DCOE carbs(new) on a Redline intake manifold
  • Pertronix distributor built for this engine
  • 5 speed English Ford Type 9 Sierra gearbox
  • Dana Spicer 4.1 rear axle built by Bob Couch
  • Dual brake master cylinder, stainless steel brake lines
  • Gemmer steering box
  • Electrics:  58 amp alternator, Tilton gear reduction “super starter,” electric fuel pump, 2 speed heater, all electric components fused individually and relays fitted; amber auxiliary turn signals, original turn signals function as additional brake lights, halogen bulbs used, center mounted brake light; electric cooling fan fitted behind radiator
  • 72 spoke Dayton wire wheels, stainless spokes, chrome rims 
  • Stainless steel exhaust system
  • leather over Super Sport bucket seats, transmission tunnel covers, cloth hood with zip out rear window, full tonneau
  • solid walnut dash with glove box door and matching gearshift knob

This Morgan is docile and smooth in traffic, quick and fast on the open road, has no steering vibration and no squeaks or rattles.

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[In my opinion, this car is one of the best sorted Morgan 4/4s in the US, if not the entire Morgan world.  A wonderful car that anyone would be extremely proud to own.   And, I would be at the front of the line, if not for a lack of garage space . . .   Mark]             

                                      

             

                                        

             

                                     

                                         

                                 

                                

02 Apr

Selling Manifold and Holley Carb for +8 !!

I brought the intake/carburetor back from North Carolina to Naples. The intake is an Offenhauser dual port. The Holley carb doesn’t appear  to have any print on it to tell me what it is. It’s a 4-barrel with a  electric choke. Perhaps between a 550 cfm to 650 cfm. I can’t find any  comparables by which to price it. $200 seems fair.

I took this off my 1969 +8 about 15 years ago.

Frank Spaeth, 336-260-1985, Fjspaeth@gmail.com