Aero (1924)  Built from pre 1920-1933.  Although listed for the first time in the Sales Catalogue for 1920 some Aeros have been built earlier. Later it merged with the Super Sports Aero until production of the 2-speeder ceased in 1933.

Aero (1924) Built from pre 1920-1933. Although listed for the first time in the Sales Catalogue for 1920 some Aeros have been built earlier. Later it merged with the Super Sports Aero until production of the 2-speeder ceased in 1933.

Delivery Van (ca. 1929)  Built 1928-1935.  The Delivery Van was built on a standard chassis and was said to have a load capacity of up to 3 CWT. Only few were sold around 1930.

Delivery Van (ca. 1929) Built 1928-1935. The Delivery Van was built on a standard chassis and was said to have a load capacity of up to 3 CWT. Only few were sold around 1930.

Standard Model (1926)    Built 1911-1915 and 1921-1928.  It was the cheapest model of all Morgans. Later it became also known as the New Standard Popular.

Standard Model (1926) Built 1911-1915 and 1921-1928. It was the cheapest model of all Morgans. Later it became also known as the New Standard Popular.

Family Model (1930)  Built from 1915-1937.  Announced in 1917 the Family model in 4-seater version was said to carry 2 adults and 3 children. The model was redesigned several times and it was also available as a 2-seater model (Sports Family) with a luggage locker.

Family Model (1930) Built from 1915-1937. Announced in 1917 the Family model in 4-seater version was said to carry 2 adults and 3 children. The model was redesigned several times and it was also available as a 2-seater model (Sports Family) with a luggage locker.

Sporting (1919)  Built from 1913-1921.  The body of the Sporting was made without doors for strength, light weight, more speed and sporting appearance.

Sporting (1919) Built from 1913-1921. The body of the Sporting was made without doors for strength, light weight, more speed and sporting appearance.

Grand Prix (1926)  Built from 1913-1926.  This model was laid up as a replica of the car, which won the Cyclecar Grand Prix in 1913 in Amiens/France. With OHV J.A.P. engine the maximum speed was claimed to be over 60 mph.

Grand Prix (1926) Built from 1913-1926. This model was laid up as a replica of the car, which won the Cyclecar Grand Prix in 1913 in Amiens/France. With OHV J.A.P. engine the maximum speed was claimed to be over 60 mph.

Model "F" Super (1946)  Built from 1938-52.  The "F" Super was built up on a new chassis and fitted with a Ford 8 or 10hp engine. It could be obtained with either just a door on the passenger side or two doors.

Model "F" Super (1946) Built from 1938-52. The "F" Super was built up on a new chassis and fitted with a Ford 8 or 10hp engine. It could be obtained with either just a door on the passenger side or two doors.

Model "F-2" (1938)  Built from 1935-38.  A 2-seater bodywork on a 4-seater chassis with an 8 or 10hp Ford model "Y" engine. It was sold with no doors at all or a single door on the passenger side.

Model "F-2" (1938) Built from 1935-38. A 2-seater bodywork on a 4-seater chassis with an 8 or 10hp Ford model "Y" engine. It was sold with no doors at all or a single door on the passenger side.

De Luxe Model (1926)  Built from 1912-1931.  "For the man who wants something better..."  The De Luxe Model had some refined coach built bodywork and was over all better equipped than the Standard Model.

De Luxe Model (1926) Built from 1912-1931. "For the man who wants something better..." The De Luxe Model had some refined coach built bodywork and was over all better equipped than the Standard Model.

Model "F-4"(1937)  Built from 1933-52.  The "F-4" was built on a totally new chassis with a 4-cylinder inline 8hp Ford model "Y" engine. It was restyled in 1935 and 1938.

Model "F-4"(1937) Built from 1933-52. The "F-4" was built on a totally new chassis with a 4-cylinder inline 8hp Ford model "Y" engine. It was restyled in 1935 and 1938.

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