Lot 5009
Hand-built Reproduction of a Morgan 4
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
VIN: KF11360L Mileage:

The third of three hand built vehicles from the imagination and hands of an accomplished builder, this one-of-a-kind interpretation of an early Morgan 4. It was built on the chassis and suspension of a 1972 Triumph GT-6 and features a 1.6 liter four cylinder Mazda Miata engine and five speed manual transmission. A stainless steel custom made header is reduced to a Harley Davidson single exhaust in stainless steel. It features front disc brakes, and rear drums with black painted spoke wheels with Firestone F-560 155R-15 tires dated 2018. Other custom features are an intake with a K&N filter, and a custom aluminum radiator with electric fan.

It features an exterior paint in Cavanaugh green and black with the interior in burgundy leather. The body was hand built with a wooden frame covered with aluminum panels. The rear fenders are from an early VW Beetle, with Triumph signal lights. The front fenders were formed from spare wheel covers from an early 30's model Ford. With a three spoke steering wheel, and many custom touches to the interior. No top is present with a full tonneau cover.

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This lot subject to reserve. For this lot, payment accepted only by wire transfer. 15% buyer's premium for LLA live-online and absentee bidding. 20% buyer's premium for live internet bidding through Live Auctioneers. For winning bidders in NC, license plate and titling of vehicle will be obtained by Leland Little Auctions NCFL# 7452, provided all applicable fees and taxes are paid. Additional taxes may be due upon registration, depending on your state of residence.

From the Collection of Hand-Built Vehicles of D. Ray McArthur, Hillsborough, North Carolina

The following condition report, while thorough, is not exhaustive as vintage cars have inherent wear and imperfections. We welcome personal inspections.

With a photo album documenting the build; with a toolkit including jack, and hammer for knock-off wheels; no apparent concerns.