1934 Rolls Royce 20/25 Gurney Nutting Sedanca Coupe
Chassis number: GYD-55
Utterly Desirable & in perfect Just restored condition; this car has been subject to a massive restoration over the last 8 years & presents absolutely beautifully.
The car is magnificent finished in shimmering silver paintwork that is the last word in elegance in the evening light. To the interior is brand new red leather throughout with matching red carpets. The woodwork has been all removed & spent to Burr walnut specialists Silvercrest who are simply the first & last word in spectacular woodwork. The headling is beige wool cloth again in brand new condition.
The car has had a full & thorough engine rebuild carried out by a specialist & is now being gentley run in. The car under the bonnet is of course spotless as one might expect from such a painstaking restoration.
Massive bills come with the car. The list from the owners recollection is as follows:
Taylor's UK Ltd Chichester. £18000
Penny Vintage Carriage. £29983
Fiennes Restoration Ltd. £20000
OSC Chessington £700
Freddy Gaby. £1250
Richard James upholstery carpet. £5000
Vintage Tyres. £1500
Tadworth Tyres. £150
Silver cross Dutton Farm. £500
CCB metal specialists £2000
Dennis Eva wiring engine. Rebuilding £35000
Total cost £119083.00
The above not including some 1000 or so hours of labor by the owner himself.
In the bootlid is a tool tray & supplied separtely with the car is an almost complete set of Rolls Royce small tools.. The sedanca rood slides easily away into its rear recess allowing for alfresco summer motoring. The coachwork on this car is drop dead gorgeous & as pretty a car as one might find on the 20/25 chassis.
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