This thread is for pictures of the dashboards fitted to various traditional Morgan models (including, but not limited to: Plus 4, 4/4, Plus 8 and Roadster - 3 wheeler, Aero 8 and all derivatives are welcome as guest entries ). Morgan have produced a wide variety over the years plus there are all the custom built dashes. If you would like to post a picture of a dash panel not already present on this thread, or of a colour or style already present but under different lighting conditions, please resize it to no wider than 800(w) pixels and note the details of the car and dash panel above the picture. If you do not know how to resize your picture please feel free to e-mail your photo to the Admin of Talk Morgan; they will edit it and post the picture for you. Please do not post comments or questions on this thread about the photos as they will be deleted as this thread is an archive of dashboards only.
Posting of photos by producers of after-market dash panels is permitted for information purposes.
If you would like to comment on the particular photos or styles, please start a separate topic in the appropriate Morgan forum to do so.
Morgan +8 1996, MK Holtztechnic Dash, with supplied switches and refitted Smiths chrome dial rings, extra lower right VDO is Oil Temp Gauge, Indicator/Light stalks from Parks DE in stainless, Motalita wheel and boss
Buggered Off, to a modern none leaky car, heart's still ticking
2010 Morgan 4/4 Sport. Body painted dash, from left, SuperSport type map light (as fitted to Jaguars) clip and mount for stopwatch on glove box, under dash centre a two accessory outlet socket, to right of steering column a digital speedometer and finally a Chronos surface mounted clock. The steering wheel is a 15" Derrington steering wheel by Motolita, Allon White leather steering shroud, alloy footrest (handy for storing things in front!) and mesh pocket on passenger side of transmission tunnel.
Jays Former Morgan owner. Gone but hopefully not forgotten!
Re: Traditional Morgan Dashboards [Photos]
#140074 12/06/1308:19 PM12/06/1308:19 PM
Not the best of photos and a tricky thing to do anyway.
From left to right Clock (proper one!) Oil pump (something for the passenger to do) Dash plaque - St Christopher (replica) Combined ammeter and switch panel (really an Austin 7 item, but has been on the car since the early 60s) Top - hidden by wheel Dip Switch bottom Magneto switch Speedo (could be original - mended and calibrated by me...) Rev counter (very non original, but I'm deaf and need one) Horn button
I need to add another button for the horn for the left hand - one bought but not got round to it...