Welcome to the Flymall's Morgan page. The webs only Flymall is all about Wheels & Wings.

For reviews and video on the New Morgan 3 Wheeler visit Flymall's Test Drive page found in the Wheels and Wings section of our site. You can use the search box and simply search for Morgan. You can also search our newsletter section for "Morgan" for more information and post on the Morgan, new and old.

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To network with other Morgan and three wheeler fans join the following two groups on Facebook: & Morgan 3 Wheeler Fans.

In the mid 1930s Morgan was one of the leaders in the three wheel vehicle market. As early as 1919 the Castle Motor Company was the first to make a serious attempt to rival the Morgan with their Castle Three. The Castle Motor Company was in Kidderminster, Worcestershire. The other were BSA, Coventry Victor, J.M.B., and Raleigh.

The Triking or TriKing is another three wheel cycle car currently available in the UK. You can order a factory built or it is also available in kit form. Visit their site at - see below for a clickable link to the site.

For more information and pictures of Morgan vehicles look up the Morgan Cars group on Flickr and Morgan 3 Wheeler Fans on Facebook.

Enjoy these YouTube videos showing a few Morgan 3 wheelers in action.

Lucas Electrical:
Get home before dark
Prince of darkness
Lucas is the patent holder for the short circuit
Lucas - Inventor of the first intermittent wiper
Lucas - Inventor of the self-dimming headlamp
The three position Lucas switch - Dim, Flicker and Off
The Original Anti-Theft Device - Lucas Electrics
Lucas is an acronym for Loose Unsoldered Connections and Splices

Robert W. Kearns was the inventor of the intermittent windshield wiper. He tried to sell it to the big three auto makers however none were interested. They did copy his idea and Kearns had to sue them. There is an interesting article online about him, his invention, and lawsuits with the auto makers.

Click here for the article

Robert Kearns Wikipedia page

About the time of WWI, a French gentleman named Robert Darmont started his business as a importer of the Morgan 3 wheeler from England. After the war he obtained a license from Morgan to build the Morgan 3 wheeler in France. The Darmont-Morgan was born. The Morgan and Darmont-Morgan are basically identical, although one was built in France.

Stewart Sandford, another French gentleman was selling the Morgan 3 wheeler in France. Stewart saw the need for a faster, more powerful 3 wheeler so he designed the Sandford 3 wheeler. It had a 4 cylinder Ruby engine in it. Very different from the Morgan. The Sandford is all steel with the engine fully enclosed. The Morgan F series 3 wheeler did have an enclosed engine.

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The Morgan Motor Company is a British motor car manufacturer. The company was founded in 1910 by Harry Frederick Stanley Morgan, generally known as "HFS" and was run by him until he died, aged 77, in 1959. H.F.S. Morgan's first car design was a single-seat three-wheeled runabout, which was fabricated for his personal use in 1909. Interest in his runabout led him to patent his design and begin production. One report states that there was nearly 40,000 Morgan three wheelers built between the years 1910 to 1952 and it is estimated that only about 2000 have survived.
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