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About The The CM Booth Collection of Historic Vehicles

The main feature is the unique collection of Morgan 3 wheel cars, 11 are normally on display, dating from 1913 to 1935. Other vehicles include: 1929 Ford 'A', 1929 Morris Van, 1904 Humber tri-car, 1936 Bampton Caravan, 1911 P&M m/c sidecar, 1911 Premier m/c. Bicycles and tricycles, displays of toy and model cars, surrounded with Auto-mobilia. The collection was first opened in 1972 and has grown considerably since then. Most of the vehicles on display are in working order and several are used on the road each year, taking part in 'vintage' rallies, road runs, reliability trails and normal pleasure motoring. Morgan 3 Wheelers are the main feature of the collection and a particular interest of Mr Booth. The first car was constructed by Malvern Link Garage owner H.F.S Morgan in 1909. The Design is remarkably simple with nothing surplus to requirements . The backbone of the chassis encloses the prop-shaft, the lower frame tubes on some models are used as exhaustpipes, the steering pins form part of the framed Morgan sliding pillar independent front suspension. Various engines have been fitted J.A.P .- M.A.G - Anzani - Blackburne - Matchless - Ford and Precision can be seen in the collection. The Morgan Motor Company is still in existence making a range of 4 wheeled sports -cars, still built by hand in the traditional way. *Image is not necessarily one of the museum.

Opening Times

1000 - 1730 Monday - Saturday (Closed Sunday) We will attempt to Open all year, but due to unforeseen circumstances may have to close between these hours. If travelling a long distance please telephone to check.

Contacting the Museum

Please do not contact jonniejumble directly about the The CM Booth Collection of Historic Vehicles as they will not be able to reply to your mail.

Use the website address or contact numbers below. Thank you.

Falstaff Antiques, 63 High Street, Rolvenden, Kent, TN17 4LP

01580 241234

Webite Address : www.morganmuseum.org.uk