This 1963 S3 Continental was the last coach-built car from Bentley, giving it a quality and grace that isn’t anything like a modern car. Charles Morgan wonders if the car even has a place in the real world anymore.
Hard to help falling in love with the Eagle Speedster. Look at those lines. The details. The bulge! And with the incorrigibly English Charles Morgan at the wheel, forget it. I’m dead. Take me away. Just please, oh please let me ride an Eagle in heaven.
There’s a reason why Bobby Ewing drove an R107 Mercedes SL. It’s because it was the best of the best all the way from 1972 to 1989, thanks to a group of brilliant engineers working hard to come up with elegant solutions for difficult problems set by American politics.
FACTS: The Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint is pretty much the most perfect car ever built, and Charles Morgan should get his own TV show, preferably on Channel 4 instead of BBC Two.
The board of Morgan Cars has voted to reject Charles Morgan's appeal, leaving him officially ousted from the company his family started. In a new post on his personal blog, Morgan reveals his disappointment and his ambitious plans for the company's future.
As has been widely reported, I have been asked to leave the Morgan Motor Company by the board. It is a sad decision that I am appealing; I remain a major shareholder in Morgan.
You've just been forced out of your position at a company your family founded and has run for generations. You don't want to say anything you'll regret later but you're clearly steaming. What do you do? If you're Charles Morgan you just go nuclear using Twitter's retweet function to let others say what you think you…
The Morgan Motor Company, founded by H.F.S. Morgan way back in 1910 and famous for making very old-school British sports cars, announced Charles Morgan – the founder's grandson – is no longer part of the company.