As with all classic cars being sold these days, this 1964 Morgan Plus Four Plus is widely coveted not so much for its performance, but more so because it’s incredibly rare. How rare, you ask?

Morgan only made 26 of them between ’64-’67 and since then, most of these cars have gone under the radar or worse, gone the way of the heap shops. Distressing as all that sounds, there still remains a few that are in tip top condition, like this one.

This particular 1964 Morgan Plus Four Plus is now being sold by a Morgan dealer in California for a price tag befitting its rarity and exclusivity: $225,000.

Before looking like this, this rare gem of a classic went through a “nut and bolt restoration”. After all the repairs were done, the 1964 Morgan Plus Four Plus is now decked in British Racing Green and a yellow two-tone paint finish. The Plus Four Plus also has Cognac ostrich hides that are used on the interior, as well as a Full SuperSport specification motor and a set of Chrome wire wheels.

So for $225,000, would you buy this classic model? Heck, if we had that kind of cash, we would’ve called up that Morgan dealer in California by now.


Source: Morgan West

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  (619) posted on 02.21.2011

The Proton Inspira will also compete with the Honda Civic and the Toyota Altis, and the sales target is 1,600 units per month.

  (273) posted on 02.21.2011

I can’t wait for Jeremy Clarkson to have a field day with this. Proton is such an unimaginative company, it sickens me.

  (158) posted on 12.2.2010

It was previously held in the Knut Hallen collection, and shown at the 2009 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

  (534) posted on 12.1.2010

I really hate to see a super car and exotic ended up in auction or online classified ads, cars like this should be keept make it a member of the family.

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