The Club was formed in 1945 and today has over 1,400 members worldwide. The formation of the current Three-Wheeler Club pre-dates other Morgan clubs anywhere in the world.
The first Bulletin was circulated in October 1944, and the first social meeting in South London was held in February 1945 as Flying Bombs were falling on the city! For a more detailed history click here…
From its early days the Morgan was cheap, albeit with exceptional performance
compared with vehicles of similar cost, and provided regular transport for young
people setting out on their path through life. Now the cars have become more
treasured, with their owners lavishing more time and resources on them. But the
overriding passion has been, and always will be, that of having fun!
Inaugural General Meeting at Morgan Factory, Sunday September 23rd 1945
The club has a monthly illustrated magazine, The Bulletin that covers social events, racing news, gossip about members and their activities and technical and historical information.
There are ‘Wanted’ and ‘For Sale’ sections, a ‘Letters to the Editor’ page, and a wealth of sporting and technical matters relating to the use, maintenance and preservation of Morgans.
Back issues of this magazine from 1944 to 2000 are now available to members on CD-ROM from Regalia and are a useful source of older technical information as well as being an insight into many years of history. We believe
The Bulletin to be in a class of its own, it is not page after page of adverts, there are articles and stories of interest to the Morgan Three-Wheeler and vintage car enthusiast.
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Events and Social
The club organises events specifically for our members such as the Training Day and the AGM and Social Weekend.In addition, we’re invited to many shows and competitions in the UK and around the world. More information
The Morgan Three Wheeler Club has Regional Groups throughout the UK & Overseas. – Regional Groups
The Club has an Overseas Liaison Officer, whose role is to help Overseas Members get in touch with the right people within the Club for technical advice, spares suppliers and general enquiries. The Overseas Liaison Officer will also be looking to further publicise Overseas Member activities with pictures and reports appearing in The Bulletin and on this web site.
To contact the Overseas Liaison Officer click here
We operate a spares section, known as Mogspares, and in the Mogspares Handbook are listed not only regular spares but also scarce and normally unobtainable components that have been specially manufactured for the Club. The Mogspares Handbook and Mogspares Parts List are available to view on this site. Notices of updating are published in the Bulletin and an updated version of both, converted to Portable Document Format (pdf) are available to download from this site.
The Club is always interested in purchasing suitable parts for Morgan Three Wheelers. We also have Club Members who wish to purchase complete or project Morgan Three Wheelers for restoration. If you have parts or a car you wish to sell contact the Club.
The Club Library
The Morgan Three-Wheeler Club Library is a unique source of reference material for all matters relating to these remarkable vehicles.
The main library collection includes books, brochures, handbooks, on Morgans or Morgan related companies (suppliers of engines, carburetors, magnetos, etc.). There is a huge range of engineering drawings, plus factory records & correspondence and other miscellaneous historical and technical literature. These amount to over 1000 items, housed in 26 ring binders, plus many large format plans and drawings housed separately.
The Morgan Three Wheeler Club Sporting Section is dedicated to keeping alive the competition prowess of the Morgan Three Wheeler which began back in 1912 when HFS Morgan won the “Light Car and Cyclecar Challenge Trophy” at Brooklands at the first attempt. That spirit of competition still drives today’s racers to keep the Three Wheeler at the forefront of vintage racing where it holds a unique place, being able to compete and win in a wide range of events.
The club has a team of Technical Advisers who, between them, have well over 150 years of Morgan experience! There are technical advisers covering two-speeders and three-speeders with ‘V’ twin engines, and F-types with Ford engines. Each one is an expert in his field and can advise on technical aspects, history and catalogue specifications. See the Contact page for details.
Members have access to their mines of knowledge which helps keep our cars on the road.