Although the V5c states that this is a 1932 car, the chassis number indicates it is actually an early 1934 model.
Little is known of its early history, but the car spent time in London and North Wales, in the hands of various enthusiastic owners, until acquired in sorry state by the previous keeper.
A complete rebuilt was then undertaken, new ash frame was fitted, with head lining, floor and carpets, as well as a new radiator core, brake linings, reconditioned dynamo, chrome parts, two batteries, refurbished wheels and new tyres etc.
AUW 311 was then sold to the current vendor, who has finished the Riley to a very high standard. Now in a wonderful period green, with black wings and re-trimmed seats etc.
Running very sweetly and ready to use, a current V5c accompanies the Lot.
The Riley RM Series was an executive car which was produced by Riley from 1945 to 1955. It was the last model developed independently by Riley prior to the 1952 merger of Riley's still new owner Nuffield,.....
I believe that this lovely Riley on chassis number 600950 is the oldest surviving 2 seat 9 hp model - it is not only an early 9 but it also carries its original and very rare (if not unique) all-glass.....