Faye

Morgan Plus 4

Faye the Morgan Plus 4

Everyone loves Faye.

Faye is a 2-door convertible 4-seater sports car.

Who doesn’t love a Morgan? Even non-drivers seem to want one.

The Morgan Motor Company is a family-owned British car manufacturer, founded in 1910. Based in Malvern, Worcestershire the company employs 177 people, making around 1300 vehicles a year, all assembled by hand. Famously, there is a considerable waiting list for those who want to purchase one.

The first cars that the company manufactured were all three-wheelers, until the 4–4 (for four-cylinder engine and four wheels) was released in 1936. The Morgan +4 was introduced in 1950 as a larger-engined (“plus”) car than the 4–4

Faye the Morgan Plus 4

Dom DeLuise, Marty Feldman, Mel Brooks and a canary yellow Morgan Plus 4 in Silent Movie

At 145bhp, the 2.0 litre Ford engine will get you from 0-60 in 7.5 seconds, so if used as a groom’s transport there will be little to stop him being in the right place at the right time.

Our model is fairly rare as the four-seaters are no longer manufactured. She boasts red leather interior, a retractable soft hood and heated seats.

She also looks fabulous in photos.

Faye, Morgan +4 with happy couple

Technical Specifications

Length

4.01 metres (157.9 in)

Engine

IFord GDI 1999cc

Fuel

55 litre tank

Transmission

Mazda 5 speed

Chassis

Autophoretic coated steel

Max Power

115 kw (154 bhp) @ 6000 rpm

Max Torque

201 Nm (148 lb/ft)