The F -TYPE
The Morgan F4 was introduced in 1933 at the Olympia Motor Cycle Show, it was a comprehensively improved three-wheeler with a brand new pressed steel chassis, a four seat body, and a more powerful inline-4 cylinder, liquid-cooled Ford side valve engine from the Model Y.
The engine was offered in two versions, there was a 933cc engine in the F4 and a more powerful 1172cc engine in the F Super. The F4 and F Super can be told apart by the cycle-type wings and louvred bonnet tops on the F Super, denoting it as the slightly quicker model.
Morgan would keep its popular three-wheelers in production up until 1952
Publications (available through the club) – F-Type
|The F-Type Morgan by Nev Lear||Morgan Three-Wheeler Handbook. Ford Engine Models by Tony Birks|
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