Lot 82 (Imperial War Museum Duxford, 14th October 2015)
Registration No: EJH 102
Chassis No: F449
Mot Expiry: Exempt
- Lovely restored example and a rare survivor
- Original mudguards offered with car
- Split prop shaft, electric fan and fuel pump making it highly useable
A rare F Type Super Sports model, as evidenced in a letter on file from the Morgan Three Wheeler Club dated 1978, this two-seater was first registered to a Robin Phillips of Arundel Square, London, on 8th September 1938. Retaining its original registration mark, EJH 102, the car was restored over a ten year period having lain for many years in the front garden of a house in Dorset. Completed approximately two years ago, invoices on file show a new body was commissioned from Richard Williams of Newland, Worcs. A reconditioned engine was fitted to the chassis along with a retrimmed interior and new chrome parts. Additional features include a split prop shaft to prevent flexing and electric fuel pump and cooling fan. The radiator has also been re-cored and the vehicle rewired. Presenting extremely well, she is accompanied by a Swansea V5C, assorted invoices and correspondence, original style mudguards and buff logbook.