Morgan's are an idiosyncrasy. Modern old cars or old modern cars
(some are of course old 'old' cars and that's another part of the beauty in that they have only evolved under the skin, and even then more limited than virtually every other car around). The aero, is even more so and perceived by the Mog community as the 'Johnny come lately'.
Because of all the above, not everyone 'gets' it. It does tend to be that the older you get, the more nostalgia you feel, and thus the fonder of a Morgan you become. Some start earlier than others
When you actually sample and 'feel' one, you realise two things; unlike virtually every other car, the tactility, sensation and general aura of driving a Morgan lets you know in no uncertain terms that this car has soul. The other, is that all of the former is only available because of how it's built and it's tenacious grasp of history and an era of great motoring experiences now gone by.
It also tells you pretty immediately that you will forgive its foibles (an English word meaning that 'things will go wrong occasionally') and you will do so because you just know
that to have such a car in this day and age it can only be provided by a smaller manufacturer, building for a specific smaller market who will never have the research testing or marketing budget of a large car producing conglomerate; and nor would you want them to as otherwise you'd be driving a Golf Cabrio
That's as close as I can get in words
so if that appeals, or rings a bell, go for it!!