1929 Morgan Super Aero

Genuine B-Chassis Super Aero; highly original and super-rare; steel flywheels and new barrels; loads of patina; gorgeous...

Not all Morgan Three Wheelers were born equal, and if you know your three-wheeler onions, you will know that a B-chassis Super Aero is the most equal of all.....genuine examples are very thin on the ground, with a single-figure survival rate according to 'experts'.

The most sporting available at the time, when the three-wheeler was in its heyday, the two-speeder Super Aeros were rapid, stable and enormous fun to drive.

Supplied new by Beart and Co, Morgan dealers, we are told it retains its original engine (a rare thing on these early high-performance cars) and sits on its correct split-rim wheels (a good thing) and Newton shocks.

The engine has been rebuilt in the not too distant past with new steel flywheels and new barrels and although not run for a few years, was running when it stopped.

No fewer than three buff logbooks on file list an impressive array of past owners, the current having acquired it in 1972 while at university in Leeds.

As you can see, it has plenty of 'oily rag' patina, from years of love and hard use, but appears all present and correct and would be the envy of any paddock or club gathering.

We have not attempted to fire it up since it has been on site and reckon that it will need a bit of careful coaxing into life after a period off road.

If you've ever had a three wheeler on you radar, this is the one to have.

For more information - contact matthew.parkin@brightwells.com 

Reg No: PK6730
Chassis Number: 948A
Engine Number: 23438
Engine Size: 1100
Docs: V5C: buff logbooks

Sale Section & Buyers Premium (ex VAT): Car 12%, Minimum £150

Estimate: £30,000-40,000

Lot 308

Lot ended

Thursday 23/06/2022

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