Morgan Plus Four

Make & Model Family

The Morgan +4 was introduced in 1950 as a larger-engined ("plus") car than the 4–4. The +4 initially used the 2,090 CC Standard Vanguard engine (while the 4–4 had used a Standard Special 1,265 CC) engine), and at introduction sold for £625 (two-seater) or £723 (coupé).

The +4 used Triumph TR2 (in 1953), TR3 (1956), or TR4A engines (until 1969). Plus 4 production was suspended in 1969 but brought back in 1985 with a Fiat engine (1985–1988) and then a 4-cylinder Rover engine (1988–2000). Production was again suspended and the Plus 4 returned once more in 2004 with a 155 HP Ford 4-cylinder.

The Morgan +4 was introduced in 1950 as a larger-engined ("plus") car than the 4–4. The +4 initially used the 2,090 CC Standard Vanguard engine (while the 4–4 had used a Standard Special 1,265 CC) engine), and at introduction sold for £625 (two-seater) or £723 (coupé).

The +4 used Triumph TR2 (in 1953), TR3 (1956), or TR4A engines (until 1969). Plus 4 production was suspended in 1969 but brought back in 1985 with a Fiat engine (1985–1988) and then a 4-cylinder Rover engine (1988–2000). Production was again suspended and the Plus 4 returned once more in 2004 with a 155 HP Ford 4-cylinder.

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