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Garage de Vaal

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Garage de Vaal

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  • Rolls-Royce 25/30 HP #GMP73 is a very elegant Sedanca de Ville. It is the only known remaining example of the Sedanca de Ville 25/30HPs designed by John Blatchley for Gurney Nutting. It is a multi award winning car, such as the Elegance prize at the 2010 RREC National Rally. It sports many striking features. It has highly unusual pontoon wings, a trademark ellipsoid peak over the moulded spare wheel cover, extravagently decorated rear wheel spats, a canted B-post, desirable Lucas R100 headlamps, ...

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  • This rare lefthand drive Bentley S3 was bought new by J. Kemp Waldie from Canada, heir of John Waldie & Sons, the Victoria Harbour Lumber Company. After some other Canadian owners it was shipped to the Netherlands in 2008 and has been there ever since. The car is originally finished in Shell grey with a blue interior and has still its original colour scheme. Parts of the leather of the rear seats have been replaced, the other parts are still in good original condition. It is provided with electric ...

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  • 1959 Bentley S1 Hooper Empress Line, chassisnumber B500EG. The actual chassis dates from May 1957 but the finished car wasn't registered until January 1959. First owner was William J. Charlesworth of Charlesworth Mouldings Ltd., a firm that still exists today. Finished in Ming Blue with a light Blue-Grey full leather interior. It comes equipped with the highly desirable power steering an automatic gearbox and a high compression cilinder head, as stated by the RREC chassis card. By 1970 the car was ...

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  • This elegant Bentley Mk VI was provided with a coach by James Young. The production of this model stuck to 35 examples, making it a rare opportunity. This design C12, body number 1977, has the unique characteristic of a 4d6l saloon body. This abbreviation means 4-door, 6-light, refering to 4 passenger doors and 6 side windows. It points out that side windows have been made behind the doors, usually resulting in a very spacious car. This is the only 4d6l design by James Young for a Mk VI. The first ...

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  • In October 1967, two years after the debut of the Silver Shadow, Rolls-Royce launched an exclusive two-door convertible model. This model would be the forerunner to the Corniche convertible which appeared in 1971, and is now recognised as being amongst the most desirable of all post-war Rolls-Royces and Bentleys. The Silver Shadow convertible was styled under John Blatchley’s direct supervision, to his concept and precise requirements. Part of the styling process was entrusted to Bill Allen, ...

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