MORGAN The Real Thing ???

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It resembles a pre WWII Morgan three wheeler, but there the similarity ends..It was built from a kit of parts incorporating a rather ancient Citroen 2CV engine well after WWII. Still, it looks pretty good if you like quirky cars...Anyone remember the Messerschmitt three wheeler?? Now that was quirky!!

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Jim Evans (AXOTA) on November 18, 2009

♪ Silver Moon Hi! but did you recognise the parts from the Citroen 2CV ?? I'm glad you like this shot Silver Moon ;>)

Thanks for stopping by!


TheiMoors_ on May 11, 2010

Well Q, what's this little button for?

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on May 30, 2010

Bruce da Moose It's not bad, is it Bruce..considering it's origins are gaulic..would you believe Citroen 2CV??

TheiMoors2010..I cant somehow imagine _JAMES ever stepping across the foot-sill of this old jalopy Thei..It would be a question of losing his cred!!

Thanks for dropping in guys ;>)


Hans J.S.C. Jongstra on May 30, 2010

The real thing you ask ? for me it is. After they had invented the windtunnel, all cars started to look like eachother, well this is certanly different. A marvel of technical adchievement in my book, thanks for the posting.

Hans | NL.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on June 21, 2010


Hans J.S.C. Jongstra,>>This unusual kit car reflects the individuality of it's owner..I think the spirit of the thirties is well portrayed here..I agree with your point on computerised car design ;>)

ϐriţisђ>>>Thanks for the feedback Si

Now if either of you would like to see THE REAL THING then look no further ;>)



Ekki Müller on September 24, 2011

super - "like" - ekki

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