Morgan Celebrates Just Like Me: By Painting Stuff Gold
When it comes to celebrating events—anniversaries, conquests, the downfall of nemeses—I would say I am somewhat of an expert. There’s always much celebrating to be done when you are me, simply because I am so good at winning. And I must say, Morgan’s Plus 4 70th Anniversary Edition is commemoration done right.
I’ve noticed the general mood to be quite down these days. Understandably , when you’re the type of person who needs to “work” to “make ends meet.” I sympathize completely; I once scuffed the heel of my Valentinos while strolling through the garden. I had the maid pay for it with her annual salary so it’s fine, but thank you for your concern.
Anyway, what I’m saying is, you have to celebrate what you can in these dark times. Morgan, that plucky little English company, is celebrating 70 years of the Plus 4 , its most popular car, which was first built in 1950 . It’s created exactly 20 Plus 4 70th Anniversary Edition models and the chassis have all been specially painted gold.
Yes, gold! The perennial color of hope, happiness and wealth. Paint it gold, that’s my motto. Fountains, clocks, driveways, toilets and staff. Paint it all gold if you can’t already make it out of gold.
I worry not enough neighbors will be able to see the gold if it’s on the chassis, thus not eliciting the optimal amount of jealousy, but the free market dictates you do whatever you want ...
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