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Those who seek sportscar service and parts will find journey’s end at Arkley (Herts). Morgan 4/4 2-seater. 1973. finished in Hotspur (a sort of icky mauve), black interior. 6.000mm bumper, grid. Morgan Plus 8, 1970J, cooking apple green with brown leather, brown hood and brown tonneau cover: woodrim wheel. Morgan Plus B. 1969, cinnamon brown with double cream, spent much of its life breathing the rustproof air of the Highlands. Morgan 4/4 2-seater, 1963, brown. 1650 power unit. wire wheels, there’s-a-hole-in my-bucket seats. Morgan 4/4, 1971, bumper, tonneau, stereo, property of a butcher, fin. ished (oddly enough) in blood red. Morgan Plus 8, 1969. broken white, bumper, grid. sad previous owner wanted to take it back to Argentine, deterred only by 3,000% import duty. Morgan Plus 4, 1968. four seats, Post Office red, black trim, 23,000 miles. Morgan Plus 4, 1952 (a FLAT RAD of course). black with dark green trim, orignal manual and some history. twin’ carburettor Vanguard 2.088cc engine to the very smooch 75bhp specification, four seats, solid driver. Morgan 4i4 2-seater. late 1972 with “L” reg.. royal ivory, wire wheels, grid, bumper. Plus 8-type bucket seats, Previous owner was cautious to a degree. Morgan 4/4 (IWO seats unless I say otherwise). 1969, canary yellow, wire wheels. Morgan Plus 8, 1972 “L” reg.. 6,000 miles, royal ivory, push-button radio. rear bumper. Morgan 4/4 4-seater. 1973M, canary yellow, wire wheels, tonneau. grid, Underseal, latest reclining and folding seats as shown Earls Court. Morgan Plus 4, 1956, hump-tail single spare model, 15in. wheels, white, LRSW, Morgan Plus 4 4-seater, 1966. Oxford blue, black trim, grid, tonneau: one owner now returned to tropics where car spent much of its life (he found time to order a new Plus 8 before sailing). Morgan 4/4 4seater, 1969. heavily customised as i alosa tion of wealthy Guards officer’s fantasies, dark green with black wings, black leather, Webers, Klaxon, woodrim, catcher, chrome wire wheels, strap and much else. Morgan 4/4 4-seater, 1973, dark green, one owner, Ziebart treated (this costs (49.50. did you realise?). Morgan 4;4, 1965, black. 1500 GT unit, wire wheels. Morgan 4)4 Competition, 1969, indigo blue (a colour of many coats, which the first lady owner paid extra for), old. fashioned Morgan bucket seats, lovely dash. Brooklands steering wheel. Morgan 414 4-seater, 1973M, signal red, radio. wire wheels, Ziebart-treated, latest fresh-air heater, etc., etc. Morgan 4/4 4-seater. 1972, royal ivory, one lady owner, always garaged, 8,000m.. Underseal. door handles, grid, tonneau, mirrors. bumper. Morgan Plus 4, 1968. dark metallic green with gilt edge. bumper. tonneau, grid. Morgan Plus 4 4-seater, 1963, kingfisher blue, black trim, multi-spoke wire wheels, badge bar. tonneau, bumper, branched exhaust. Kenlowe fan. Morgan Plus 8, 1974. metallic Manhattan blue, stone leather trim, matching headrests. Latest model with wider bodywork. 3.31 final drive, fitted with faired rollover bar, bumper; Q.I. headlamps. fitted tonneau, piped hood, Wolfrace wheels, spare wheel cover. Several other Morgans arriving soon. Austin Healey 3000 Mk. 11 sports convertible. 1963, original indigo blue paintwork with blue leather, overdrive, wire wheels, winding windows, RS5s. 41.000m.. one lady owner. Lotus Seven Series 11/111, stardust apple green, 1,500cc quasi Cosworth with twin 40000Es. wide wheels, hard top and full folding foul weather equip merit, radio. two owners. Dutton “B” Type. I believe the “8” stands for “boot” I972K. new 1,300cc Spitfire engine, yellow. roll-over bar. Minilites (two). TVR Vixen, 1967 or ’68, MG B 1.798cc unit, ermine white, wire wheels, radio; once upon a time our demo car. Triumph GT6, 1967 white, black interior, walnut dashboard. late type wheels. TVR Tuscan V6, 1969′ nut brown, black trim, sun-roof, radio, overdrive. Lotus 7 Series III, 1970. white, fully equipped. Triumph GTR4, 1964. jasmine yellow, fixed-head coupe with four seats, 2.1/2 -litre V6 unit. MG Midget, 1967/8F, 1.275cc, wire wheels, new gearbox, awful paintwork, ideal for Arkleybuilder. MG Midget, 1967, 1,275cc, as above but glorious paintwork, hard and soft-tops, lady owner. radio. TVR Tuscan V6. 1970, aquatic jade, overdrive. 18.000 miles. MG ‘Y’-type saloon, 1951, maroon with beige leather. sliding roof, opening screen. two owners, full history: those who feel that inspiration died at Abingdon as the alpha. bet drew to a close will approve of this long, narrow and solidly built thoroughbred. New Morgans. The waiting list is long, but we deal with all orders in strict rotation. If anyone has to cancel, we offer his car down the line, it does not become one of those black market ones you see advertised. Our mechanics enjoy working on Morgans: if you’d like them to work 011 yours see our man Bob Shellard. New Jensen Healey. We have these in stock, choice of colour. Also spare parts, display panel festooned with special tools and a demon mechanic called Sid who is our J.H specialist. ARKLEY SS in kit form from stock again: £130. a tatty Spridget and a.soupcon of VAT enables you to build your own with remarkably little expenditure of labour and skill: we have a show Arkley on permanent display so you can see how it’s done. We have a Prodsports racing Morgan Plus 8 which came 5th in the 1.4.500 class at Brands Hatch the other week but we guarnntee to do better next time out. We have more fancy registration nos, than cars to put them on and would sell JOY 25, TVR 4 and perhaps 1 KON to reasonable offers. also NMF 123. Would quite like to buy a FOX. LENHAM HARD-TOPS in stock. We also require a Mini Tractor, the kind that’s also a lawn mower (I understand that Denny has got one) and other garden tools and equipment. Have for exchange inflatable boat with outboard motor. may be seen at the premises of the people on the opposite page who never answer their phone (out sailing?). Open to 7pm weekdays, 6pm Sats. (work shops and stores close Iprn Sat.), closed Sundays and Bank Holidays. We are on the A44I road between Barnet and Elstree, ; mile from the Al (turn off at Stirling Corner caravan display): nearest tube station High Barnet, followed by brisk walk. 107 bus, or phone us to come fetch.

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