If you live in the U.S. and want to buy a Morgan, you only have one option-the Morgan 3-Wheeler. It's treated as a motorcycle by the federal government, which allows Morgan to sell it without airbags. For many years, Morgan was banned from selling its actual cars here, since they don't comply with safety laws-but that could change as early as this summer.
According to the folks at Isis Imports, the (perhaps unfortunately named) official U.S. importer of Morgan vehicles, the recently-passed Low Volume Vehicle Manufacturers Act of 2015 could open up the U.S. market to Morgan's beautiful, previously-banned offerings.
The law allows "low-volume replica car manufacturers" to sell their vehicles in the U.S. without passing all the modern safety tests that large-scale production cars are subjected to. These limited-production cars still have to meet EPA emissions requirements, but they don't need airbags, and they won't be subject to crash testing.
There are still details to be finalized, but Morgan believes this law will allow it to sell four-wheeled cars in the U.S. again. In fact, it's confident enough that the company has begun taking U.S. pre-orders for new Morgan cars, which may be available as early as this summer.
It's still unclear which models will be import-able, or how many could appear stateside, though the Morgan V6 Roadster seems like a likely place to start. Pricing isn't available yet, either, but Isis Imports will gladly take your $5000 deposit and hold your place in line.