By Jennifer Tan GREAT MALVERN, England, Oct 30 (Reuters) - In the sprawling Morgan car factory in central England, business is brisk. Workers in navy blue overalls hunch over aluminium chassis and wooden frames of half-completed sports cars, the floor littered with wood shavings, the air punctured by the throaty roar of engines undergoing testing. "Good British cars are lovingly remembered, but great British cars are still being built," proclaims the Web site for enthusiasts of Morgan ...
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