The Gerald Carr Memorial Morgan F4 DXL 651

Morgan LogoGerald D. Carr was one of the first members of The Morgan Three-Wheeler Club. He purchased his Morgan F4 DXL 651, new, from the factory in 1937, although, in many features it is a 1938 model. Gerald was a journalist with the Reuters News Agency and lived in London. He served in the Home Guard during World War II and was later awarded the honour of Freeman of the City of London. After the war he continued to use the Morgan as his sole means of transport and for many years was the Club’s Publicity Officer and wrote a number of articles for The Bulletin. Gerald died in 1995 and, in his will, he left the Morgan to the club for use by its members.

The car is available for loan to club members with the only conditions being that there is a minimum age limit of 25 and a clean driving licence is required.

To borrow the car for a long weekend a donation of £45 is suggested to cover maintenance and insurance. It is recommended that the car is used around the Malverns and may not be driven on motorways. If it is required for events further afield, trailer hire is available.

The F4 is now kept at Hareley Farm near Bromyard. There is a four star two-bedroom self catering holiday cottage available to rent on-site at a discount to club members.

For more infomration, contact Ross Herbert:
01886 884362
077917 60553


Related Links:
- The Three Wheeler Morgan Club
- Booking Form (including terms and conditions)


The Gerald Carr Memorial Morgan

The Gerald Carr Memorial Morgan