Morgan tricycles

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You can still buy one at the Nimag. Completely new: a 'Moggie'

The current Morgan 3Wheeler is based on the pre-war tricycles that Morgan has produced from 1909 to mid-years 50, but then adapted to the current time using current technology.

Such a new Morgan 3Wheeler equipped with a 2.0 V Twin S&S engine with 86 hp. A 5-speed gearbox is mounted on this engine block and via a cardan shaft and

a toothed belt drives the rear wheel. This combination ensures smooth operation but also impressive performance.

And JZR and Triking, they have made replicas of it.

But of course there is nothing like a really old Morgan tricycle. That's why we thought it would be nice to receive a message from Reader Bertus Dierink, who is restoring a classic Morgan. in the tricycle in 1996, and three years ago unrestored by Bertus Dierink

adopted. Sometime in the coming year, the project, including some practical improvements such as conversion to 12 V, must be ready.

We keep in touch with Bertus and keep you informed.

To be continued ...

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