The Morgan Four Seater is a model from the Morgan Motor Company with four full seats and was designed as a touring car, with snap-on top and side curtains. The Four-Seater Tourer has been offered since 1937, the Plus 4 (1950–68); reportedly only about 50 four-seaters were built per year.
This two-tan green and ivory Morgan Plus 4 over tan leather upholstery is powered by a 1,991cc Triumph inline-four and has a four-speed manual transmission. Additional equipment includes dual SU carburetors, 15″ steel wheels, front disc brakes, Koni shocks, a tan soft top, a rear luggage rack, a Lucas driving lamp, new Vredestein Sprint Classic tires, and a Bluemel’s Brooklands banjo-style steering wheel. After residing in California for about 23 years, it is ready for a new home.