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(Above) Powered by a 1936 Series A thousand twin, the Morgan of Harold Pass and crewing fearlessly, Peter Campbell. Unlike the postwar Series B-C-D engines, the prewar A's were iron heads and barrels and this one appears to have had the hairpin valve springs converted neatly to enclosed coils? The Concentric Amals are of course very recent. Front suspension is by the usual sliding pillar. (Below) Popular travelling marshal Colin Badger, another current user of Concentric carburetters. The 5-inch speedometer just behind the headlight is standard Black Shadow equipment, very impressive. Also seen here is how the normal Stevenage footrests fold up. Brake pedal is adjustable for height and length.