Fans of one of the world's most iconic sports cars gathered in a village church to witness the unveiling of a stained glass window in memory of the man behind its success.
Peter Morgan was managing director, then chairman, of The Morgan Motor Company until his death in 2003, aged 83.
Since then, Morgan enthusiasts from across the world have been raising money to create a lasting tribute.
The window has been installed in the east window of the porch at St Peter & St Paul Church in the village of Stoke Lacy, Herefordshire.
It was dedicated on Saturday at a service attended by members of Mr Morgan's family, including his wife Heather, and car owners from around the world.
Stoke Lacy is about 15 miles from the Morgan factory at Malvern Link in Worcestershire, where the distinctive cars are still produced.
The Morgan family had a long association with the church as both Peter Morgan's grandfather and great-grandfather served as rectors. Mr Morgan, who succeeded his father, HFS Morgan, as head of the company in 1959, was also an active patron of the church, attending services and village events.
The window, designed and installed by artist Susan Ashworth, features three interlocking circles. One shows an image of Peter Morgan, another a Morgan car and the third the factory. The centre ground also features the Malvern Hills and the company logo.
Mr Morgan turned over operational responsibility to his son Charles in 1999 but continued to chair the board until his death.