Vintage and Prestige are proud to offer this 1935 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Hooper Sports Saloon For Sale.
Registration: CGF 298
Chassis no: GBJ44
Engine no: V27E
Rolls-Royce 20/25 chassis number ‘GBJ44’ wears four door, sports saloon coachwork by Hooper ‘The King of Coachbuilders”, a title rightfully earned in 1830 after being appointed the royal warrant as coachbuilder to King William IV.
This charming 20/25 is mechanically excellent thanks to works from the renowned Ristes Motor Company. She drives down the road beautifully, starts instantly, holds good oil pressure and does not skip a beat.
The exterior is finished in a deep Maroon/Garnet with Black wings and body line. There is also a gold coachline flowing through the length of the 20/25 and accentuating the body lines.
The grey hide interior is somewhat patinated but beautifully original, the interior adds real character to CGF 298 and is somewhat of a contrast from the exterior. The woodwork is in overall good condition throughout and believed to have been refurbished.
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