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Morgan 4-4 Series V : 1954

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This was Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard's (actor David McCallum) car in the 2005-2006 season of the TV show NCIS.

Built in 1954 at the Morgan factory in Malvern, England, it raced in England in the fifties and sixties and is fitted with a Ford Lotus 1600cc GT engine.


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Morgan emblem from a 1954 Morgan 4-4 Series V.

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Morgan emblem from a 1954 Morgan 4-4 Series V.

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1954 Morgan 4-4 Series V

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