2019 Morgan Plus 4

110 Edition
RM Sotheby's London 2021
Saturday, 6 November 2021
£54,625 ($73,695)
Sale Price
£50,000 - £60,000
Est. Range
6 November 2021
Sold Date
Lot Number
RM Sotheby's
Auction House
Chassis no. SA94420K2K0004165. Blue with blue cloth top over beige leather. RHD. 2.0/150hp Ford GDI four, Mazda 5-speed, 16-inch wire wheels, rear overriders, chrome interior mirror, door pockets, Moto-Lita woodrim steering wheel, walnut dashboard, sun visors, badge bar, spare wheel, luggage rack, leather suitcase.

Evaluation: Offered from The Cayman Island Motor Museum Collection. The 110 Edition celebrated Morgan’s 110th year as a carmaker. This one is represented with around £2800 of factory extras and shows only 173 km (107 miles). Not a single surface on this car looks used. The seat leather is of the highest quality and the chrome wheels have incredible depth. Even the luggage is of the highest order. Delightful in every way.

Bottom Line: Morgan introduced a redesigned Plus Four last year but, hey, this is a Morgan. They all look and drive like they have for years. This was therefore a chance to jump the waiting list (which can range from a few months to several years) for one of these charming hand-built English anachronisms with an essentially new car. And the winning bidder did just that, getting the immediate gratification of a shiny fresh Morgan and doing so at a several thousand pound discount compared to ordering it straight from the manufacturer.

by Andrew Newton
20 November 2021
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