75 years later and the Morgan 4/4 has barely shown any signs of age. Nor will it ever.There are few cars that can make this claim, but the Morgan 4/4 certainly can. Since it first began production in 1936, the Morgan 4/4 hasn\'t changed all that much.In fact, with the exception of true Morgan aficionados, it\'s nearly impossible to spot even the slightest changes.That\'s because there are so few. And now the Worcestershire-based boutique automaker is paying a proper tribute to the 4/4 by releasing this new limited anniversary edition.It\'s powered by a 2.0-liter inline four engine that propels it from 0 to 62 mph in 7.2 seconds and has a top speed of 118 mph. Total weight comes to just a little over 2,000 pounds.The exterior features a choice of three flat paint colors (Sport Black, Sport Red or Old English White), a matte black stripe with a \'4/4 75th\' graphic, black painted 15-inch wire wheels (with a matching spare, of course), and round door mirrors and matching polished door handles. The interior has black leather with perforated leather center pleats on the seats, a tawny ash polished dashboard with a cargo-net storage area, and a unique wood trim steering wheel.Pricing starts at £38,750, which includes VAT. As usual with all Morgans, there will likely be a huge demand, with customers often on the wait list for their car for over a year.So here\'s to another 75 years - and we doubt much will change even then.