Chassis Number 2358 is clearly specified as a Colonial London to Edinburgh chassis being on test in April 1913. Supplied new to Marquis de Arquelles, Madrid, Spain and specified with Rudge Whitworth detachable wire wheels, fitted with larger than standard 935 x 135 tyres, nickel fittings and special .....
Two seater with dickey.
Detailed and authentic reproduction of Grosvenor Carriage Co. Ltd coachwork named The Silver Dawn. Total chassis-up restoration by P & A Wood. Delightful to drive and in top concours condition.
1915 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost London To Edinburgh
Chassis number: 9AD
Registration number: HLR5134 (German)
In 1914 was an order for a new SIlver Ghost was placed by one Nicholas Tchinkine of Moscow Russia with Barker Torpedo coachwork specified. Due to the outbreak of hostilities, .....
1912 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost Rois Des Belges Chassis 2082
Chassis number 2082
A quite magnificent Rolls Royce Silver Ghost that has just emerged from a nut & bolt stem to stern brand new restoration. We will be taking more thorough photographs when the car arrivees with us next week. .....
Vintage and Prestige are proud to offer this 1910 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost “Rois-Des-Belges” style tourer by Cadogan For Sale.
Registration no: M-766
Chassis no: 1192
Launched at Olympia in 1906, Henry Royce’s masterpiece, the new six-cylinder, 40/50hp Rolls-Royce, was in a class of .....
1913 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost Double Cab Limousine
Chassis number: 44NA
Registratin number: 13-C-20 (Irish).
A stunning pre-war parallel bonnet Ghost with a rare double cab body by Henri Labourdette of 104 Avenue Champs Elysees Paris.
Originally supplied to a Scottish estate, .....
Upon its debut in 1907, the Rolls-Royce 40/50 horsepower “Silver Ghost” was considered to be the most advanced motorcar money could buy. With Henry Royce’s impressively over-built 7,428cc side-valve inline six-cylinder engine as the centerpiece, the Silver Ghost was a true engineering marvel, .....