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1930 MORGAN AERO SUPER SPORTS

High-Performance 3-Wheeler

生产

1911 - 1939

国家

Great Britain

生产数量

100 - 150

工程师

H.F.S. Morgan, William Stephenson-Peach

The 1930 Morgan Aero Super Sports is a high-performance 3-wheeler that exemplifies British automotive ingenuity and design. Engineered by H.F.S. Morgan, the founder of the Morgan Motor Company LTD, and William Stephenson-Peach, this vehicle boasts a water-cooled V-type 2-cylinder engine, rear shaft/twin chain drive, and fully independent suspension.


In 1930s Britain, three-wheeled vehicles enjoyed a tax advantage that allowed them to be registered as motorcycles, making the Morgan Aero Super Sports both a practical and thrilling option. This car became the best known of the British 3-wheelers, celebrated for its performance and innovative design. The low center of gravity, coupled with the J.A.P. engine running a twin chain from the drive shaft passing between the seats, provided exceptional handling and speed.


H.F.S. Morgan completed his first 3-wheeler in 1909, establishing a legacy of hand-built cars that continues to this day. Even the "modern" versions of Morgan cars, still produced in 2021, retain many features from the original 1909 model, showcasing the timeless appeal and enduring engineering of these vehicles.


The Morgan Aero Super Sports also boasts a rich history of speed and performance. In 1930, Mrs. Gwenda Stewart of France piloted a similar Morgan Super Sports to a record speed of 115.66 mph at Montlhéry, underscoring the car's capability and advanced design.


With its unique combination of performance, practicality, and historical significance, the 1930 Morgan Aero Super Sports remains a cherished piece of automotive history, admired by enthusiasts and collectors alike.

1930 MORGAN AERO SUPER SPORTS
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