2014 Morgan 3 Wheeler

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This 2014 Morgan is an extremely nice example of these really unique motorcycles. Hand built in England, one at a time, they are works of art. The Morgan was first produced in 1911. The first year they were actually sent to the US for sale was 2012.   In England these were produced and sold as 3 wheel cars. When they were finally exported to the USA, they were sold as motorcycles.   The S & S 1983 cc engine runs great. These V-Twin engines are rated at a top speed of 115 mph.   

These are really fun vehicles to drive. You get the sound of a Harley Davidson, the shifting of a car, and the fun of driving a roadster.    There is not a big list of features. These little gems have just the basics, and yet are extremely well built. You have the V-Twin engine, the Mazda 5 speed transmission, ventilated disc brakes up front, leather seats, brake away steering wheel, a cockpit that was designed after a plane 's cockpit.   The owner is a very petite lady and had a little trouble reaching the pedals. She had a custom  booster seat made by a professional upholstery shop that matches the leather seats perfectly. The cockpit looks small, but it is large enough for an average build man to fit with no problem.

This Morgan was purchased new by it's current owner and has just 13,404 miles logged. It has been well taken care of and will give a ton of pleasure to it's next owner.   You don't see too many of these bikes on the road. Be the first in your area to have this truly unique car/motorcycle.    The running lights were and added option.   Under the front bonnet is the oil tank, and battery, and brake cylinder.    The rear storage area is not very big, but holds the safety kit and room for the tonneau cover, and not too much more.    There is an extra belt included.    The undercarriage is basically just a skid pan, which is in very good condition.

These last 3 photos were done by Doug Pittman Photography. He's a friend who does some great photos of local cars in our area.