Evaluation: Good paint and restored engine. Solid interior. The body panels aren’t completely straight but they probably never were. Well restored to appropriate standards for what it is and it looks like a blast. Rarely seen in this country, and high specs for a classic three-wheeler.
Bottom Line: This price is only a few grand short of the starting price of a new Morgan 3 Wheeler. The new one is of course a lot faster and more usable, but the classic ones have a certain charm and fun factor that only old cars can provide. Vintage three-wheelers aren’t easy to find on our shores, and this one appears ready to go on an adventure. It’s a solid value at this price but not the Aero Super Sports as it was cataloged and that accounts for the difference between the hammer bid and the pre-sale estimate range.