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Morgan and Co of Long Acre, London (1908) of Leighton Buzzard (WW1)
Agents for Adler Cars
1885 The company was registered on 30 October, and has acquired the businesses of carriage builders of Morgan and Co, of London, and other firms. 
c1903 Made bodies for the Vauxhall Ironworks Co
1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices see the 1917 Red Book. Selling Adler (German) cars.
WW1 Morgan and Co was a maker of aeroplanes.  The works was used to assemble Vickers Vimy two-engined bombers, Sopwith 1 1/2-Strutters, Airco D.H.6 and the and Avro 504K
1919 The company was taken out of liquidation by R. E. Jones Ltd
1925 Morgan and Co of Dover Street, London exhibited a small-boat petrol paraffin engine.