The Aeromax is Automotive Theater

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Charles Morgan takes the opportunity to discuss his Aeromax and why it's such a special car for the small brand.

Although it has just announced that he’s stepping down as managing director of Morgan Motor Company, Charles Morgan will remain the face of his family’s company internationally as he attempts to expand sales and further promote its cars. But since he’s worked in the family business since 1985, Morgan is still fully a part of the company’s future as well as its past. And there was one particular Morgan model that combined both past and present into one single extraordinary piece of automotive theater.

The Aeromax is the coupe variant of the Aero 8 and only 100 units were built between 2008 and 2009. And now Charles Morgan himself gives a throughout rundown about that car complete with unique details and insights.

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