MORGANS ARENT OWNED, THEY ARE SIMPLY LOOKED AFTER
Re-connecting old & new owners to their past and how these cars play integral parts in these relationships.
“We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.”
— Winston Churchill
A young boy aged 6, who lived at the farm would hear that Morgan approach. He’d rush down to the fence and watch the Morgan pass. Come rain or shine, without fail, that little bot would be there.
The next custodian, the next drive and to influence their environment. And the little boy? He’s all grown up now and has a Morgan of his own now.
“It was a sports car. You wouldn’t be seen dead in a Morris Ten Four or an Austin Seven. They hold no charisma to me you see, it had to be something a little bit special.”
— Pete Gutteridge