"What comprised the original
Morgan tool kits?"
Interesting you should ask, as I am just now having some original type tool rolls made up. My recollection is that there was a screwdriver and a bunch of AF size open end wrenches in a black paint finish, similar to the tool collection supplied with British motorcycles of the period.
John H. Sheally II
The tool kits came in black leathercloth and were rolled with various width pockets and a 1/4 inch tie. Inside, one found a small push type grease gun, three double size whitworth wrenches, a box spark plug wrench with a cross bar that slipped into it to turn the plugs and a straight slot screwdriver with a real wood handle, tho later copies were plastic. The wire wheel knock off handle was seperate as well as the crank tube jack that fit inside the cars floorboard into chassis cross rail.
Best to you,
JOHN H. SHEALLY II
Tool Kits for 50/60s cars will comprise the special jack which fitted through the floor board apperture, an appropriate wheel nut spanner and if wire wheels were fitted (60s) a hammer for the wheel nut spanner. Later cars had a scissor jack & handle together with the appropriate wheel nut spanner etc. A sidescreen knob tommy bar was taped to the jack on delivery. The tools were normally wrapped in Brown Paper when the car left the factory!