Elsewhere in this issue you will find a bevy of convertibles. Though they represent a broad variety of manufacturers and range in price from $11,000 to $66,000, they have a number of common features: air conditioning, AM/FM stereo, and roll-up windows. Wimpy stuff that wouldn't even have been considered by the true sporting driver of two or three decades ago.
By Michael Brockman
PHOTOGRAPHY BY BOB D'OLIVO
AND PAUL MARTINEZ
can this be, in 1984? Yessir, Mr. Orwell, there is hope for the pure of
heart. Thanks to a few hearty souls, namely Peter Morgan, for carrying on
his family's work in England, and Bill Fink, for his undaunted persistence
in making the Morgan legal in America, we were able to have a Morgan Plus-8
on our 1984 convertible run.
The Morgan is one of the very few real traditional sports cars available in the
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