1934 MORGAN SUPERSPORT TRIKE
1934 Super Sport Trike with matchless V-twin motorcycle engine. Albert Ball VC was a highly commended and decorated English fighter pilot during the First World War. As an original Morgan Three-Wheeler owner, Ball famously surmised that driving his Morgan was the closest experience to flying without leaving the ground.
Note the Hubley toy ariplane radiator cap. The toy is really cool and is period correct to the car. The toy is called the "Lindy" to commemorate the first ever transatlantic flight in 1927 by Charles Lindberg from New York to Paris in 33 hours! The propeller spins as the car drives down the road.
Also included in the sale are custom renderings of the Morgan. See photographs.