The combination of classic British sports car design, reliable Triumph power and firm, responsive handling commend Morgan’s to everyone. The family-owned company's insistence upon going its own way through generations of changes in the automobile industry are a lesson in sticking to what you know and doing it consistently and very, very well. Over the years Morgan made few concessions to style, but one of the most important was the decision in 1954 to complement its cut down door roadsters with a Drophead coupe. Over the next fifteen years only 433 would be built including this very attractively restored and maintained 1960 with 100hp 2-liter Triumph power, chrome wire wheels, fender mirrors, badge bar with driving lights, accessory aluminum valve cover, banjo spoke steering wheel, rear mounted spare and the characteristic leather bonnet strap. It is nicely and thoroughly restored in deep maroon with brown leather upholstery and a tan cloth top and is complete with its sliding window side curtains. The interior is attractively and extensively trimmed in varnished wood on the dashboard, cowl and window sills. Rarely seen yet eminently practical, the Drophead coupe was for many years the top of Morgan's product line, a classy, distinctive, comfortable sports car with excellent handling but also unusual creature comforts compared with its more elemental roadster siblings.
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