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1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Sports Saloon by James Young For Sale

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Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Rolls-Royce
  Phantom II Sports Saloon by Ja
Year 1934
Mileage 76,102 Miles
Country Netherlands
Region International
Status Trade
Ref C1329781
This Rolls-Royce Phantom II Sports Saloon by James Young was sold on March 1, 1934 to its first owner: Mr. A. C. Wall Esq, a (then) well known industrialist. The automobile is a fine example of the bespoke coachwork from coachbuilder James Young, one of the best in those years. The superbly stylish and elegant design of this Phantom II was worth an entry in two reference books: "Rolls-Royce, The Derby Phantoms" and "The Rolls-Royce Phantom II & III".

The Rolls-Royce production card (a copy is available) states that the car was intended for "town work and touring". Because of ingenious foldout chairs, beautifully hidden in the back of the front seat, there was room for seven people. The central division that separated the passengers from the driver fully disappears, transforming the car, according to the manufacturer, to an "owner driver sports saloon". The owner of this beauty obviously did not wish to be chauffeured around everyday. At the request of the buyer louvres were placed in the hood. Prepared for any mishap whilst travelling on the continent, a bulb holder inside the front passenger footwell provided spares for the striking Marchal headlights. Other special options ordered by the owner were an opening front windscreen, pull down front sun visors, the extra rear seats, fold down picnic tables and a blind for the rear window. The Phantom II was repainted some time ago in the favourite color combination of the English royal family: Dark Balmoral Green over Black. The interior is still partly original. Furthermore, this car is mostly original and technically good condition. A true image of real English class!

Price: € 129. 900,-
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