Gordon Wilkins covers the world of motoring.
Some motor manufacturers introduce a new car every New Year. But one name which has never been linked with changing this year's model for next is the family firm of Morgan at Great Malvern, in Worcestershire. For half a century, Morgans have preserved the shape and the style of the traditional British sports car, with its firm springing, positive steering, and fresh air.
In 1968, new car safety rules in the United States will outlaw some long-established technical features of the Morgan two-seater. Will this compel Peter Morgan to alter the character of a car which has changed little since his father designed the first 8 h.p. Morgan three-wheeler in 1910? (Colour)