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  • £31,950 £31,950

    Coming into stock 2005-05 Flying Spur. Finished in Silver Tempest with Portland interior. One owner, 53,000 miles, FSH. £31.950

    • Year: 2005

    • Last update: 4 days old

    • Mileage: 53000 mi

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  • Hanwells
    0208567 9729
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  • Chassis number: GGR58 Registration Number: DSK796 The copious history folder with the car proclaims his name to be William; no less then three fully filled ring binders come with the car minutely detailing its history for the last few decades & also containing illuminating correspondence between previous owners. The car went through a Brooks auction about 16 years ago & it was stated at that time that the car came with £48k of recent bills. I have not added up the bills since then but suffice to say they are numerous large & a credit to the fastidious last owner. Indeed this car has probably the best history file of any car I have ever handled. The car is finished in masons Black with the paint being in lovely order throughout. The body is a spacious non division sports saloon by Thrupp & Maberly exhibiting particularly pleasing proportions. To the interior is grey Connolly hide throughout complimented by dark blue carpets. The woodwork has been removed & refinished to a lovely satin glow by a specialist firm of Piano refinishers. A large sunroof allows for semi open motoring augmented by an opening hinged windscreen. The car sports twin trumpet horns, a spot lamp & twin driving la

    • Year: 1938

    • Last update: 6 days old

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  • Vintage & Prestige
    01375 379719
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  • £21,045 £21,045

    This 1976 Rolls Royce Corniche Convertible is an excellent original car. Silver with blue interior. Very desirable chrome bumper example. It runs and drives well but could use minor cosmetics to bring it to the next level. Chassis number DRH22449. Priced very reasonably at just $34,500.

    • Year: 1976

    • Last update: 7 days old

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  • Gullwing Motor Cars
    718-545-0500 
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  • Features : 1st Main, Rolls-Royce Paris, book a day. Comment : Apparent exhaust, starry flag, reverse camera, aluminum hood, iPod audio interface, Alloy 21, aluminum finish.

    • Year: 2009

    • Last update: 8 days old

    • Mileage: 4848 mi

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  • MMC Paris
    (+33)1 46 47 29 29
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  • In the 1940’s, Rolls Royce had survived the war effort and was finally back in the business of building cars. The Silver Wraith was the first post-war offering from Rolls Royce, and while it was based on the pre-war Wraith, it did feature many new updates to bring it up to modern standards of the time. The early Wraith’s engine block was retained but it was updated with a new overhead intake valve cylinder head. Rear suspension was by way of semi-elliptic springs and live axle, while front suspension was independent with coil springs. Braking was handled by the typical Rolls Royce system of hydraulic front brakes with mechanical rears – a system actually patented by Hispano-Suiza but built under license by Rolls Royce. The Silver Wraith has the distinction of being the last Rolls Royce that was offered in rolling chassis form, where bodies were fitted by independent coachbuilders. All subsequent models were made available with standard bodywork with coachbuilt cars being the exception rather than the rule. Typical for Rolls, the Silver Wraith was a long running model, built from 1946-1959, and could be had in standard or long wheelbase versions. This 1949 Silver Wraith is a standar

    • Year: 1949

    • Last update: 8 days old

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  • Hyman Ltd
    314.524.6000
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  • £44,835 £44,835

    Rolls-Royce’s ‘small’ car, known as the 20hp, was introduced in 1922 with a 3,127cc six-cylinder engine, as the post-World Way I recession intersected increasing labor and materials costs to price the venerable Silver Ghost out of the market. It foreshadowed many of the developments that would appear a few years later in the New Phantom, notably pushrod operated overhead valves, a one-piece cylinder block and open driveshaft. In 1929 a larger bore increased the engine size to 3,675cc in the 20/25. Major changes in crankshaft and flywheel design and increases in compression ratio made the 20/25 faster, capable of sustained continuous speeds of over 60mph, and smoother. Four-wheel brakes with Rolls-Royce’s famed gearbox-driven servo were more than up to the engine’s increased performance. Now with a taller radiator and vertical shutters, appearance was closer to the Phantom, making the 20/25 a pleasing alternative to the much larger and more expensive Phantom. Lighter weight and compact (by R-R standards) commended the 20/25 to owner-drivers who wanted more sporting driving but were unwilling to compromise Rolls-Royce luxury. That is where this lovely 1934 Rolls-Royce 20/25hp Sports

    • Year: 1934

    • Last update: 8 days old

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  • Hyman Ltd
    314.524.6000
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  • The Piccadilly Roadster by Rolls-Royce Custom Coach Works on the Springfield Silver Ghost 40/50hp chassis is one of the most desirable of all Springfield Rolls-Royce combinations. It combines excellent performance, sleek, distinctive design and intimate sporting character in an automobile of the highest quality. The appeal of the Piccadilly roadster coachwork is vastly enhanced by this 1925 example’s impeccable history and provenance. It is completely as-delivered, with its original engine, transmission, chassis and RRCCW body constructed for Rolls-Royce by the highly regarded craftsmen at Merrimac. Sold new to Boston department store owner, yachtsman and sportsman Samuel S. Conrad on April 15, 1925 resplendent in the same turquoise and green livery with black fenders that it wears today, it was later sold to an unknown owner in California who in 1939 sent it to Redman Auto in Phoenix for repairs. It was never reclaimed and in 1944 Redman sold it to Don Bringold. Its condition at the time must have been very good as Mr. Bringold drove it to Indianapolis in 1949 to attend the Indianapolis 500. Later that year it was sold to 19-year old Fred Buess in Sonora, California, the first Rol

    • Year: 1925

    • Last update: 8 days old

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  • Hyman Ltd
    314.524.6000
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  • . With the introduction of the Silver Shadow in late 1965, Rolls-Royce embraced monocoque chassis design for the first time along with much more modern styling than the Silver Cloud II that it replaced. Powered by the 6,230cc V8 introduced in 1959 in the Silver Cloud II and soon enlarged to 6,750cc, the Silver Shadow was shorter, lower and narrower with four-wheel independent self-leveling hydraulic suspension and four-wheel disc brakes. It was also the first Rolls-Royce to use a “straight through” body design. Some Rolls-Royce owners were initially reticent about the changes but the car itself was faster and had a more comfortable ride, better brakes and superior handling. The Silver Shadow was still built and trimmed to the high standards expected of Rolls-Royce, and it soon won over even the most skeptical. This beautiful 1972 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Saloon, chassis SRA14310, is an honest and original example with the desirable chrome bumpers instead of the later plastic ones. Finished in Silver Metallic with a red coachline, it has a black leather interior piped in red, maroon carpets, an upgraded Sanyo AM/FM cassette stereo, walnut dash and door trim, full instrumentation an

    • Year: 1972

    • Last update: 8 days old

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  • Hyman Ltd
    314.524.6000
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  • Rolls-Royce further improved upon its magnificent Silver Cloud with the Silver Cloud III introduced in 1963. Weight was reduced by over 200 pounds and thanks to larger SU carburetors and an increased compression ratio, Rolls-Royce’s all-alloy 6.2-liter V-8 engine enjoyed better performance with 246 horsepower. Most noticeably, however, was the change to quad headlights and a lower hoodline and grille. The chassis, fully developed in the first Silver Cloud since 1955, had already proven itself to be quiet, reliable and comfortable enough to more than satisfy Rolls-Royce’s discriminating clientele. Rolls-Royce built this final and most developed car in the Silver Cloud series from 1963 to 1966, and in that time just over 2,000 examples were constructed with only 253 of those being long wheelbase models. This 1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud, chassis CDL 67, is a long wheelbase car with right-hand drive that is finished in a dark green below the belt line with a lighter shade above and has a green leather interior, wide whitewall tires, the original radio, pullout trays in the back of the front seats and headrests on all four seats, a rare option for 1964. As documented in its huge, 100-

    • Year: 1964

    • Last update: 8 days old

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  • Hyman Ltd
    314.524.6000
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  • Introduced in 1959 to replace the Silver Wraith, Rolls-Royce revived a storied name when it created the Phantom V. Based on a conventional frame and separate body structure, it gave coachbuilders an ideal platform on which to create luxurious custom bodywork. There was no standard Rolls-Royce body for the Phantom V. Each was custom built by such firms as James Young, Hooper, Park Ward and others. One of the first to take advantage of the Phantom V was the Queen. Not surprisingly, in its ten years in production from 1959 through 1968, only 832 precious examples were built. Only one of them was, as far as is known, built with this body style. This lavish, gorgeous 1962 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Limousine was built by Rolls-Royce to U.S. left-hand drive specs and bodied by Mulliner Park Ward. It is a unique example, built as Rolls-Royce changed over to its new 4-headlight Design 2003 style, but from the cowl forward it is bodied in the earlier Design 980 style for its first owner, C.V. Hickox. Rounded windshield corners and smaller rear quarter windows are characteristic of the later VA-series style, but the single headlights and front fenders with round marker lights are from the Design

    • Year: 1962

    • Last update: 8 days old

    • Mileage: 36450 mi

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  • Hyman Ltd
    314.524.6000
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  • Four speed automatic gearbox, power steering, 8 cylinder 90 degree V-configuration engine, 6.2 litres displacement, 6230cc capacity. Drum brakes servo-assisted.

    • Year: 1971

    • Last update: 8 days old

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  • Frank Dale
    020 8847 5447
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  • Four speed automatic gearbox, power steering, 8 cylinder 90 degree V-configuration engine, 6.2 litres displacement, 6230cc capacity. Drum brakes servo-assisted.

    • Year: 1965

    • Last update: 8 days old

    • Mileage: 2500 mi

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  • Frank Dale
    020 8847 5447
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  • Four speed automatic gearbox, power steering, 8 cylinder 90 degree V-configuration engine, 6.2 litres displacement, 6230cc capacity. Drum brakes servo-assisted.

    • Year: 1963

    • Last update: 8 days old

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  • Frank Dale
    020 8847 5447
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  • Four speed automatic gearbox, power steering, 8 cylinder 90 degree V-configuration engine, 6.2 litres displacement, 6230cc capacity. Drum brakes servo-assisted.

    • Year: 1961

    • Last update: 8 days old

    • Mileage: 6000 mi

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  • Frank Dale
    020 8847 5447
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  • Four speed automatic gearbox, power steering, 8 cylinder 90 degree V-configuration engine, 6.2 litres displacement, 6230cc capacity. Drum brakes servo-assisted.

    • Year: 1960

    • Last update: 8 days old

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  • Frank Dale
    020 8847 5447
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  • Four speed automatic gearbox, power steering, 8 cylinder 90 degree V-configuration engine, 6.2 litres displacement, 6230cc capacity. Drum brakes servo-assisted.

    • Year: 1959

    • Last update: 8 days old

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  • Frank Dale
    020 8847 5447
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  • Right Hand Drive: One of only 452 Cars Produced Only 17,136 miles From New The Rolls-Royce Corniche was first launched in 1971 as the most stately, elegant and exceptionally luxurious Convertible in the world. To this day the Corniche is regarded as one of the most desirable and distinctive, full four seat convertibles ever produced and represent a true symbol of prestige the world over. The Series III Corniche Convertible was introduced at the 1989 Frankfurt Motor Show with the improvements and upgrades from the previous series which included: • New alloy wheels • Color-coded bumpers • An advanced suspension system • Air bags • MK-Motronic fuel injection • Interior changes included a revised dashboard, console and seats. Our superb low mileage example was originally supplied new by Henley’s of Chester on 1st January 1991. The car was commissioned to be built in: Exterior: Chrome Yellow with twin thin fine lines in black. Black Everflex Roof Interior: Magnolia Hide piped in Tan with Black Carpets. Factory features and options include: • Drinks Compartment to Drivers Side • Storage Compartment to Passenger Side with vanity accessories • Picnic Tables • Non Standard Paint On Hexagon

    • Year: 1991

    • Last update: 10 days old

    • Mileage: 17136 mi

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  • Hexagon Classics
    2072253388
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  • £139,995 £139,995

    2011 (11) ROLLS-ROYCE GHOST SALOON 4dr Auto, 4 Door Saloon, Diamond Black Metallic, Seashell & Black, previous owners 0, number of keys 2, 17,071 miles, MOT'd until 3rd May, 2015. UNDER OFFER! The Rolls Royce Ghost is a beautiful car, smaller then a Phantom and easier to drive, yet still obviously a Rolls Royce. Very comfortable for front & rear seat passengers and with all the usual refinements. This 2011 / 11 Ghost has just arrived, and it is a fantastic example. With just 17,071 miles on the odometer and 1 keeper from new, it is presented in Diamond Black Metallic with a Silver Satin bonnet and an interior of contrasting Seashell and black leather. It has an enormous specification list, including: Adjustable Steering Column Air Conditioning with Climate Control Cruise Control Fully Electric Seats + Heating Front & Rear Lumbar Support Panoramic Glass Roof Power Boot Lid Bluetooth Preperation Satellite Navigation DAB Radio 20" Alloy Wheels Monogrammed Headrests Rear Entertainment Package Head-Up Display Camera System Roll Royce Umbrella's - unused It comes with the fantastic 4 year free servicing package and 4 year warranty, so this will expire in March 2015. The MoT expires in Ma

    • Year: 2011

    • Last update: 8 days old

    • Mileage: 17071 mi

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  • Amari Supercars
    01772 663 777
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  • Finished in Cobalt Blue with Parchment Hide Piped in French Navy, Masons Black Top Roll, Parchment Knee Roll, Dark Blue Wilton Carpets and Sheepskin over-Rugs, Service History.

    • Year: 1989

    • Last update: 12 days old

    • Mileage: 70000 mi

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  • Balmoral UK
    01562 711114 
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  • £54,595 £54,595

    This 1961 Rolls Royce Phantom V James Young RHD is a superb original example and a very rare find. Very presentable and an excellent driver. Blue with grey interior. Priced to sell for only $89,500

    • Year: 1961

    • Last update: 9 days old

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  • Gullwing Motor Cars
    718-545-0500 
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  • £16,000 £16,000

    Chassis number: SCAZN00A7MCH36045 Registration number: J981OPV Supplied new to Hong Kong which has consequently kept the miles off the car; to date only 30,000 miles have been covered. The car is long wheel base Silver Spur version of the more common spirit giving huge leg room in the rear. The car is being serviced prior to sale so is absolutely ready to go. It currently is UK registered but also has a French Carte Gris as it has been residing garaged in a french country property & has during that time been sparsely but regularly used. The exterior is immaculate Peacock metallic blue with no corrosion at all in evidence. The car is sitting on four chrome wheels agin in lovely order. To the interior is cream leather piped in dark blue, the leather condition again being commensurate with the low mileage. Highly figured walnut adorns the dash & door cappings. It also extends to the rear mounted occasional picnic tables & to the steering wheel. Beige carpets complete the ensemble. At such low mileage the car drives as new & is a delight to take down the road. Under the bonnet the car is highly detailed & has obviously been garage kept for most of its life. Hurry as the last Spur we ha

    • Year: 1991

    • Last update: 17 days old

    • Mileage: 981 mi

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  • Vintage & Prestige
    01375 379719
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  • This Series III Corniche Convertible is in genuinely immaculate condition throughout and has covered just less than 13,000 miles. Stunning in vermilion with magnolia interior and red piping, this remarkable example has a comprehensive specification which includes: active suspension, red top roll, burr walnut trim, tinted windscreen, rear seat armrest, lambswool rugs, electric seats, immobiliser, and stereo system. Expertly maintained throughout its life, with full Rolls Royce service history including a recent full hydraulic service. Complete with original Rolls Royce build sheets and a fitted indoor cover.

    • Year: 1992

    • Last update: 17 days old

    • Mileage: 13000 mi

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  • Cheshire Classic Cars
    01244 529500
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  • 120 bhp, 7,688 cc OHV inline six-cylinder engine with a single two-jet carburetor, four-speed manual gearbox, front and rear semi-elliptic leaf-spring suspension, and four-wheel servo-assisted brakes. Wheelbase: 144 in. Formerly owned by the Earl of Moray, Scotland Early, era-correct Shooting Brake body replacement Documented history; original engine and gearbox The Phantom II, which was introduced in September 1929, was the last model produced before Sir Frederick Henry Royce, OBE, died in 1933. Its 7.9-liter engine was much faster than any previous Rolls-Royce. Its lowered chassis, with its distinctive radiator shell now placed directly above the I-beam front axle, lowered its stance, and its bonnet measured nearly half its entire body length, creating a handsome, sleek appearance. This car was originally delivered as an understated Weymann fabric-bodied saloon to its first owner, S.C. Harrison of Birmingham, and then it was sold within the next ten months to W.F. Player, of Nottingham. The fabric body was not as robust as its chassis, the Rolls-Royce part of the car, so rather than retire a reliable and powerful car wearing a worn out body, it was re-born as a Shooting Brake. Wh

    • Year: 1930

    • Last update: 17 days old

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  • RM Auctions
    +1 954 566 2209
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  • Rolls Royce Corniche convertible from 1973. Beautiful throughout condition. Very nice dark blue interior and soft-top, mechanically very solid and perfect working and driving condition.Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055

    • Year: 1973

    • Last update: 17 days old

    • Mileage: 8680 mi

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  • The Gallery
    +31 (0)575 56 40 55
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  • Chassis number LCC.45 is one of the very rare, desirable LWB James Young aluminum bodied Rolls Royce Silver Cloud’s. The chassis was delivered to James Young Coachbuilders on the 22nd August 1961 and the car was delivered by Jack Barclay Ltd to its first owner, Heritable & General Investment Bank Ltd, London on 9th March 1962, also of Berkeley Square, W1. The Rolls Royce was supplied in Tudor Grey with Beige leather, power assisted steering and division. This stunning SCT 100 Rolls Royce covered very little mileage in and around London in its first thirteen years, changing hands for the first time in July 1975. We have an MOT certificate from 1975 to confirm the mileage was just 22,285. The second owner in Surrey didn't keep the car long and in September 1975 Jack Barclay Ltd sold the Rolls Royce to its third owner in Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA. We have records to confirm the Rolls Royce won a first in class at a Rolls Royce event in Dearborn, Michigan in 1977. By 1977 the Rolls Royce had covered 24000 miles. The Rolls Royce returned to the UK in 1988 having being kept in lovely, original condition as expected when participating in club events. We know that since been back in the UK,

    • Year: 1962

    • Last update: 17 days old

    • Mileage: 24000 mi

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  • This wonderful Rolls Royce 20/25 Sports Saloon by H.J Mulliner was delivered on the 13th September 1932 to Major Bradstock of the famous London MG dealership University Motors. Interestingly, MG was a London Metropolitan number plate and it was frequently used by the MG Car Company to register their cars. The Rolls Royce was supplied with a long type chassis, offside spare wheel, locks to bonnet and polished bonnet hinges. The Rolls Royce was in London for its first year and in 1933 it was sold to L.A Clowes Esq in Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Between 1933 and 1961 the Rolls Royce changed hands three times, all within Derbyshire. From 1962 the car was unregistered and off the road and when changing hands again in 1964, the Rolls Royce was back on the road. In 1978 a Rolls Royce with an identical body was advertised in 'The Times' newspaper, stated that it was 'believed to be one of two bodies produced of this type'. This suggests MG 1933 was the other, making this an almost unique opportunity. This beautiful car has been with its last owner since 1991 and has attended many RREC events over the years. The Rolls Royce has been kept in excellent mechanical order and has attended events all

    • Year: 1932

    • Last update: 17 days old

    • Mileage: 25000 mi

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  • This fabulous, 38500 mile from new Rolls Royce Silver Shadow I was delivered to C A Britton (Liverpool) Ltd on the 7th November 1972. Chassis Number SRH14121 was delivered from Rolls Royce Motors Limited, Motor Car Division Crewe in Regal Red with Beige leather upholstery. The Rolls Royce was supplied new to the Director of a Lancashire Finance Corporation who owned the car until 2004. In 2005 (34,545 miles) Rolls Royce specialists Frank Dale and Stepsons carried out re-commissioning work that totalled almost £5,000. This included new brake pump, brake pads, 2 accumulators, 2 new brake hoses, new micro switches and labour. After this re-commissioning work, the Shadow was sold to a collector in Goxhill, Lincolnshire. The car was accompanied by the ex-George Formby owned Rolls Royce Silver Dawn and in 2011 both cars were sold through us. We sold SCW 184L to reputable classic car engineer in Harrogate who has covered 1500 faultless miles in the car and three years later the car has returned in exactly the same beautiful original condition. The Rolls Royce comes with a comprehensive file of paperwork, original handbooks and service book stamped at 1229, 3993, 14118, 17359, 24520, 34717

    • Year: 1972

    • Last update: 17 days old

    • Mileage: 34545 mi

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  • £17,995 £17,995

    This 1975 Rolls Royce Corniche Coupe is an extremely elegant, high quality example and a superb driver. Only 213 LHD Corniche coupes ever built. The paint has some minor flaws but the car remains extremely presentable. The interior is absolutely beautiful all around and everything works as it should including the air conditioning which was just overhauled. The car runs and drives excellent as it just went through a full mechanical recommissioning within the last few hundred miles. Black with tan interior. For only $29,500.

    • Year: 1975

    • Last update: 18 days old

    • Mileage: 213 mi

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  • Gullwing Motor Cars
    718-545-0500 
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  • £154,950 £154,950

    Satellite Navigation Bespoke Interior Scheme in Navy & Seashell Crossbanded Walnut Burr & Boxwood Inlay Panorama Sunroof Adaptive Headlights 20' Fully Polished Forged Alloy Wheels Camera System Including Top View Chromed Visible Exhausts Comfort Entry System Natural Grain Leather Driver Assistance (System One) Individual Seat Configuration Rear Theatre Configuration Television Tuner Picnic Tables Leather Headlining & Convenience Door Pocket Lights RR Monogram to All Headrests Lambswool Footmats UK Supplied Cost New £259000 Immaculate Throughout Adjustable Steering Column Alarm Automatic Climate Control Bluetooth Telephone Preparation Climate Control Electric Seats Park Distance Control Satellite Navigation Veneered picnic tables in rear Dealer/Manufacturer Warranty Delivery Available Financing Available Full Service History

    • Year: 2013

    • Last update: 16 days old

    • Mileage: 7000 mi

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  • Tom Hartley
    01283 762762
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  • Four speed automatic gearbox, 6 cylinder in-line configuration engine, 4.5 litres displacement, 4887cc capacity. Drum brakes servo-assisted.

    • Year: 1953

    • Last update: 19 days old

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  • Frank Dale
    020 8847 5447
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