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A truly stunning fully restored and refurbished convertible Rolls-Royce from the twenties. fitted with a new cylinderhead and an overdrive in the transmision. The log book shows the cars original owners like a list from 'Who's Who', being first owned by a member of The House of Lords, then a Famous Musician, and ...

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Picture of 1972 ROLLS ROYCE CORNICHE For Sale

Replacing the 1950s designed S series range of cars was a priority for Rolls Royce and when launched in 1965 the Silver Shadow went down a storm with its more contemporary design and technical features. The first generation used an RR designed 4-speed gearbox, but it was fairly old fashioned and was soon replaced in ...


Chassis No. GKM30 is a delightful 20 which was off test on 12th December 1928. The car’s coachwork is produced by Henry Binder, one of the most notable Parisian coachbuilders of the time. Binder designs are regarded as some of the most attractive and elegant, with only twenty bodies being fitted to a Rolls-Royce 20. ...


This Rolls-Royce Twenty (also called Rolls-Royce 20HP) is a very unusual car. To begin with because it is a van. Secondly because of its striking signwriting, that intensifies the classic character of the body. This Twenty has not always carried the van body. In november 1925 a Mrs Foreshew purchased an enclosed limousine ...

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Picture of 1924 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Piccadilly Roadster by Merrimac For Sale

1 of 4 examples with coachwork by Merrimac Sister car of the Howard Hughes Piccadilly Roadster Fitted with modern alternator and bespoke overdrive Exemplary maintenance record under current 10 year ownership MODEL HISTORY The year is 1906 and Rolls-Royce is preparing for the Olympia Motor Show. Their plan is to ...


1925 Rolls Royce Sports Saloon 20HP In my ownership for many years. Exceedingly rare vehicle with very attractive Southern Motors Coachwork Running & driving very well. Bodywork is basically sound but some areas would benefit from improvement. Interior is mostly original, front seats could do with repair/recovering. Viewing ...


Chassis number GZK32 was off test on 17th April 1926, supplied with two spare wheels, a louvered bonnet, side lights to wings, luggage rack and with rear wheel brakes only. Included on the build cards was a note for rear wheel brakes to be fitted later. The car was sold via The Clyde Automobile Company and dispatched ...

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