The earliest paperwork on file for this delightful Morgan is a continuation buff logbook that was issued on 14th January 1925 by Bolton Council to Arnold Knowles Catterall Esq. A local haulage contractor, he may or may not have been the first owner. Interestingly, the only other name to appear in the buff logbook is that of the vendor (though, doubtless there were other keepers in between times). Entering the current ownership during the early 1980s, the Runabout was essentially complete but scruffy. Spending six months or so abroad on business every year, it was not until 2007 that the seller commissioned renowned Three-Wheeler specialist Bob Barlow to restore ‘TB 8032’ to its former glory. The work took three years to complete, and also included the help of another Three-Wheeler specialist, Bob Angell, when it came to overhauling the rare and potent 1100cc MAG OISE V-Twin engine. Some twelve years later and the quality of the refurbishment speaks for itself (as do the accompanying photos and invoices which chronicle it). The Morgan remains a jewel of a car. Kept garaged and not run of late, the Runabout turned over on inspection with plenty of compression. Thought to be one of just twelve surviving De Luxe models, ‘TB 8032’ would grace any collection. Offered for sale with V5C Registration Document, period MAG engine instruction booklet and history file.