Despite its dated styling—which harked back to the 1930s—the Supersport’s chassis is very responsive to inputs from both brake and throttle, with controllable oversteer easy to induce.
Photo: Peter Collins
The Morgan Motor Company With no thoughts of cars in mind, I first visited Malvern in the high summer of 1962, arriving by train after a three-hour journey from London on an oven-like day in June. It all seemed like the poem Adlestrop, as nothing stirred. Little did I know then that this was the home of one of the world’s most consistently idiosyncratic motorcars and that today, 53 years later, it would still be proudly independent. In fact, its…
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