Rolls Royce 20HP
Tax & Mot
Chassis Number GWL22
Here we have a lovely original example of a 1928 20HP Rolls Royce, We have a copy of the original build sheet that says the chassis was manufactured in 1928 and the Limousine body was supplies by Windovers of London
We believe that the car was taken from the road in 1939 and then in 2012 it was put through a Mot, Taxed and returned to the road
The 6 cylinder engine fires into life with the push of the starter button, and it sounds wonderful and it ticks over really well, Select first gear and you will be surprised at how well it pulls and how easy it is to drive as you change up and down slowly through the gearbox, and as you push your foot down on the brake pedal the car stops easily and pulls up well
The bodywork is wonderful so original with a few patches where it has been touched in over the years
And inside is also so wonderful and original, the front where the chauffeur would have sat is in black leather,the rear compartment is separated by a glass divider, the rear seats are in an off white and are fantastic as they are 85 years old there is a water stain on the back of the seat, it has perfect headlining and a blind on the rear window
This is a great original example of a 20HP Rolls Royce, I doubt there is another example as original as this available
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