1932 Riley Monaco - considerable expenditure excellent throughout
Making its debut at Shelsley Walsh in 1926 the Riley Monaco was a ground breaking step in small car design with its highly efficient twin-cam engine and distinctive body styling the Monaco was to rapidly become a firm favourite with those seeking a small family car with considerably above average performance and handling.
This example was first registered in Newcastle on the 5th October 1932. Over the last 8 years, some £12,500 has been invested in ensuring the car is in very good all round order. Beautifully presented in Maroon and Black with a functioning sunshine roof. This car has been extremely well maintained and improved by its current owner.
An extensive history is provided along with a spreadsheet detailing expenditure.
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