This California delivered E type Series One Roadster is under restoration to Concours standard. As can be seen in the photographs, the car has been fitted with new inner and outer sills and new floors., removing any question of unseen rust being left in the car. All manufactured and laser cut in Zintec which is far better than the original non coated steel. This wonderful E type is now well underway and is scheduled to be finished for late spring 2017. The engine has been built to fast road specification and the original matching numbers 4 speed gearbox fully rebuilt. The Differential has been rebuilt and the ratio changed to enhance cruising comfort. Everything is going to renewed or refurbished on this car. Please call to discuss. If you want an E type Series One Roadster this will be one of the very best cars you can buy. Fully matching numbers example.
997 4S Coupe. (3.8) 6 speed manual transmission. First registered 21/10/2005 55-registration. Finished in Arctic Silver with Ocean Blue leather interior. A really lovely example with a huge specification and an excellent service history. The car presents beautifully and drives without fault. Originally supplied by Porsche Centre East London - Certificate of Authenticity and all 3 keys (x2 main x1 valet) present.
1984 Silver Spirit 6.7l Automatic finished in two tone Dark/Light Oyster metallic with contrasting Magnolia leather and Sable carpets complete with matching RR over-mats. The vehicle has covered only 23000 miles from new and comes with full nut & bolt history from day one. The car was exported brand new to S.A. where it covered just 16000 kms in 17 years. Upon repatriation in 2001 the car underwent extensive re-commissioning to bring it up to UK spec, including the replacement of the speedometer to MPH version, the fitting of a fully sensored alarm system and secured wheel trims. The car was purchased by the second owner in 2002 and was fully maintained in and out of storage until 2014 showing just under 10000 miles on the odometer. I acquired the vehicle in 2014 and it has since been in the care of RR & Bentley specialist, N. Sandell, now showing just 12000 miles. The interior of the car is in unmarked condition, the export quality leather showing no creasing or tears, The over-mats have been cleaned and the original carpets underneath are as new. There is minor lifting of the veneer to the offside rear penger door capping but otherwise the woodwork is superb. The all original exterior coachwork is virtually immaculate with hand painted coach-lines and unmarked chrome. Mechanically, the car is in perfect order having been serviced in February 2015 and November 2016 with new MoT. The detailed invoices are in the extensive history file. The car also comes with the original RR dustcover and custom made 5-ply car cover. I doubt there is a better example at this price, £16500.
Rolls Royce Corniche Cabriolet 1984 in very good condition 1984 Rolls Royce Corniche convertible. Both the interior and body are in a very good condition. The colour is Old English White with a beautiful beige leather interior with black piping. The 6757 CC V8 engine runs fabulous. There was about € 9.000,- invested lately for technics, The car has 4 electric windows, electric roof, airco, cruise control etc. A fabulous and marvellous driving car, this very posh Corniche. Car has Belgian title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
SOLD/VERKAUFT/VENDU/VERKOCHT Rolls Royce Phantom 1 Open Tourer 1928 For more informations ask us. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
Features For more info on this vehicle call our showroom on 01708 687670 This car has covered 10000 miles, is a 1 owner vehicle and is ENGLISH WHITE WITH HOTSPUR HIDE, ADAPTIVE LED HEADLIGHTS, AMBIENT LIGHTING, BLACK CASHMERE HEADLINING, 21" FORGED 10 SPOKE POLISHED ALLOYS, TUDOR OAK WOOD FINISH, CHROMED VISIBLE EXHAUSTS, COMFORT ENTRY SYSTEM, CONNECTIVITY, CONTROL TELE SERVICES, DEEP RED HOOD, DVD, FRONT MASSAGE SEATS, FULL NATURAL GRAIN LEATHER, HEAD UP DISPLAY, HIGH BEAM ASSISTANCE, HOTSPUR RED COACHLINE, INTERFACE FOR SMART PHONES, LAMBSWOOL FOOTMATS, LANE DEVIATION WARNING, MOBILE APPLICATION PREPERATION, NAVIGATION SYSTEM, NIGHT VISION, REAR VIEW CAMERA WITH TOP VIEW, ROLLS ROYCE BESPOKE AUDIO, CONTRAST STICHING TO ROLLS EMBLEMS ON HEAD RESTRAINTS, SIDE VIEW CAMERA, TV TUNER, UP LIT SPIRIT OF ECSTASY, VENEERED DECK Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information but errors may occur. Please check with a salesperson.
Variant name:Coupe ,Variant: 2dr Auto Rolls-Royce Edinburgh present this 2015 Wraith, Two Tone finished in Metropolitan Blue with Silver Upper and Seashell Leather Interior. 12595 Miles. This vehicle comes with a 2 Year Rolls Royce Provenance Warranty and 2 Year Complimentary Servicing Package. Low Rate Finance and Nationwide Delivery available. Please contact a member of our sales team for a personalised HD video on this car.
Variant name:Convertible ,Variant: 2dr Auto Rolls-Royce Edinburgh present this 2017 VAT Q Dawn with excellent specification and very low miles. This ex-demo comes with the remaining of the 4 year service inclusive package and manufacturer's warranty. Contact our team for more information on this stunning Dawn. Tailored finance packages available. Nationwide delivery available.
2011/11; Rolls Royce Phantom Convertible Finished in Arctic White with Black Connolly Hide/Contrast Stitching. Fitted with Camera System Front and Rear; Visible Exhausts; Audio Integration for Ipod; Contrast RR Emblems on all Headrests; Lambswool Foot Mats; Outer Seat Piping; Chrome Grille and the Latest Style Polished 21’’ Wheels.
- 1 of just 525 Camargues made and 34,500 miles from new - Purchased by the mercurial Raymond Way on 18th June 1975 for _29,250 as a 'used' car (it was initally the Jack Barclay demonstrator) - Current family ownership for the past 20 years and 6,000 miles When launched in March 1975, the Camargue was the world's most expensive production car; for the price of which you could have bought five Jaguar XJ6s or 26 Minis! Styled by Paolo Martin of Pininfarina, it was the first post-WW2 Rolls-Royce not to be designed in-house. The model's sleek two-door coachwork was crafted in London by Mulliner Park Ward and power was provided by an uprated version of Rolls-Royce's 6750cc V8 engine mated to Turbo Hydra-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission. Between 1975 and 1986 just 525 Rolls-Royce Camargues were produced (plus one bearing Bentley badges). Finished in Richmond Blue with Turquoise leather upholstery, chassis JRH18624 initially served as Jack Barclay Ltd's demonstrator before being bought on 18th June 1975 by the mercurial Raymond Way whose career encompassed: Brooklands racing driver; RAF pilot; proprietor of Shackleton Aviation; Lloyds underwriter; boxing and wrestling promoter; farmer
The Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith was intended to be the brandâs ultimate model during the late 40âs and 50âs. As such, most of the 1,783 chassis delivered in 12 years were fitted with large saloon and limousine bodies. Exceptionally rare were the Silver Wraith cars, even rarer were the Silver Wraith convertible styles cars which could be considered as the ultimate Rolls Royce in the period. Â Our car, the chassis no. LELW94 is one of this ultimate Rolls Royce Silver Wraith.Indeed, the body of our car combines the best of the 30âs design. Furthermore, it is a convertible (with an electric system!). Only five Rolls Royce Silver Wraiths were built to this particular design. Four cars were left-hand-drive for North American customers. Our car, chassis number LELW94 was the second of the only five and the first of the four LHD cars. It was fitted with many options, including automatic transmission and most importantly, power steering which had just become available. The car was sold new in Quebec to Mr. H.J OâConnellâs, for the use of his wife. The car stayed in Canada with its second owner, who restored the car in Florida to its present color combaison. The interior remained o
The Silver Wraith II was the final stage of refinement for the highly successful Silver Shadow long wheelbase saloons. Production officially began for the long wheelbase saloon for the 1969 model year, however, 10 were built as early as 1967. The extended wheelbase increased rear seat passenger legroom. The added inches to the bodyshell was anonymously added to the rear doors to retain the appearance of the standard saloon. The Silver Wraith II was formal and suitable for a chauffeur. It was a masterpiece of hand-built craftsmanship. The Silver Wraith II was built from 1977 until 1980 with a production total of only 2,145 vehicles. Specifications >>>>> Oldtimerfarm is going to renovate! Due to renovations we are currently publishing less pictures per car on our website. For more pictures or more information please contact Xavier via phone: 0472/401338 or via e-mail: email@example.com Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment).
- Finished in dark blue with grey leather upholstery - Offered with original owners wallet with handbooks and well stamped service book - Described as having "excellent" engine, transmission, electrical equipment and interior trim Successor to the long-running Silver Cloud, the Silver Shadow was launched in October 1965 although development prototypes had been testing since the summer of 1957. However, early models were quite rightly criticised for having somewhat woolly handling with appreciable amounts of body roll and despite minor improvements over the years the first major attempt to make the Silver Shadow more of a driver's car came with the launch of the Silver Shadow II in March 1977. This Shadow II is finished in dark blue with grey leather upholstery and is described by the vendor as being "excellent" with regards to the engine, transmission, electrical equipment, and interior trim with "very good" paintwork and bodywork. Offered with a collection of old MOT certificates and owners wallet with handbooks and well stamped service book this potentially inexpensive entry to the exclusive world of Rolls-Royce motoring is offered for sale with an MOT certificate showing no advi
DAWN.GUN METAL WITH CREME LIGHT.DRIVERS ASSISTANCE 3 PACKAGE.HEAD UP DISPLAY.NIGHT VISION.LANE DEVIATION WARNING.CAMERA REAR TOP AND SIDE VIEW.CHROMED EXHAUST TIPS.RR CRESTS IN BLACK.TV.COMFORT ACCESS. AMBIENT LIGHTING.ADATIVE HEADLIGHTS.BAMBOO CASHMERE HEADLINING.21inch FORGED 10 SPOKE ALLOYS.POLISHED TREAD PLATES WITH DAWN LETTERING.WALNUT BURR .FULL NATURAL GRAIN LEATHER.BLACK HOOD. SERVICE PACK AND WARRANTY MAY 2018. STUNNING COLOUR COMBINATION .service feb 2017 at RR london A range of finance options are available for this motorcar. Please contact us for further details. **VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY** Video channel WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/1MARLOWCARS Follow us WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/MARLOWCARS WWW.TWITTER.COM/MARLOWCARS WWW.FLICKR.COM/PHOTOS/MARLOWCARS Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure accuracy of the above information, some inaccuracies may occur. It is important that you do not rely on this information but check with Marlow Cars limited about any items which may affect your decision to buy this vehicle. These figures relate to a typical example of this model when new. They will vary according to the age, condition, fitted equipment and mileage of the vehicle. Bluetoot
- Sold by the factory in late 1923 to Sir Henry Samman and despatched to Barker & Co for a Limousine body to be fitted - Acquired by the vendor in October 1988 as rolling chassis with its original engine and rebodied shortly afterwards with the London-to-Edinburgh style open four-seater body currently fitted - Reported to have been in regular use as part of the vendors collection since re-acquiring its original registration number and returning to the road in 1993 The fascinating Silver Ghost now offered was built to the order of the Hull-based shipping magnate Sir Henry Samman, who had it clothed from new in a Limousine body by Barkers, from whom it came off test on November 14, 1923. The accompanying chassis records suggest that, Samman retained the Ghost until his death in March 1928, six months after which title for the car passed to a Frank Finn of Bridlington, Yorkshire. Little is then known of its history until the Rolls-Royce appeared at auction in July 1988, where it was purchased from the deceased estate of Rolls-Royce and Sunbeam collector J Ball by specialist marque dealer Brian Ball. It was from Brian Ball that the vendor acquired the car in October the same year. By t
- Displaying a credible 74,700 miles and fitted with refurbished steering rack - Recently subject to fuel injectors, pipework, two tyres and the hood being replaced - Offered with a collection of invoices and a no-advisory MOT into December 2017 Rolls-Royce registered the Corniche name in the 1930s and apparently assigned it to a prototype based on the Bentley MK V, but the model was never progressed due to the onset of war. The moniker was finally first employed in 1971 on the Coupe and Convertible versions of the Silver Shadow. In common with the Shadow, the newcomer was penned by in-house designer John Polwhele Blatchley and the underbody and floorpan crafted by Pressed Steel Fisher. Initial assembly (including alloy bonnet, bootlid and doors) was then carried out by Mulliner Park Ward. At this stage the cars were transported to the main factory in Crewe for the installation of the running gear before returning to London for the trimming, painting and finishing. Power was provided by the company's long-standing 6.75-litre V8, that was mated to a GM Turbo Hydramatic 400 three-speed automatic transmission. Suspension was independent by coil springs all round, augmented by a Citroe
GHOST EWB. LEFT HAND DRIVE.2012.7300 MILES 1 TITLED OWNER.JUBILEE SILVER WITH SATIN BONNET.SEASHELL LEATHER WITH BLACK CONTRAST.PINO BLACK VENEER.PANORAMIC SUN ROOF.CAMERA SYSTEM.PICNIC TABLES.REAR THEATRE CONFIGURATION.TV TUNER.COMFORT ENTRANCE.DAS 3.HEADS UP DISPLAY.LANE DEPATURE.HIGH BEAM ASSIST.NIGHT VISION.ACTIVE CRUISE.REAR CURTAINS.INDIVIDUAL SEATS.REAR MASSAGE SEATS.STAINLESS STEEL TREAD PLATES . OPTIONAL 21" FORGED ALLOYS . Â£5000 LIST PRICE APPROX Â£300K. LIKE NEW! A range of finance options are available for this motorcar. Please contact us for further details. **VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY** Video channel WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/1MARLOWCARS Follow us WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/MARLOWCARS WWW.TWITTER.COM/MARLOWCARS WWW.FLICKR.COM/PHOTOS/MARLOWCARS Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure accuracy of the above information, some inaccuracies may occur. It is important that you do not rely on this information but check with Marlow Cars limited about any items which may affect your decision to buy this vehicle. These figures relate to a typical example of this model when new. They will vary according to the age, condition, fitted equipment and mileage of the vehicle. Bluetooth ph
The Silver Cloud series marked a significant step for Rolls Royce when it was introduced in April of 1955. Rolls Royce was rationalizing their production line as the days of supplying bare chassis to coachbuilders were winding down and standard showroom models were becoming ever more popular. The standardization of production allowed Rolls Royce to produce cars in greater numbers than ever before, though critically, while still maintaining the same level of quality and engineering excellence that was expected of them. The Silver Cloud was their first “mass produced” major commercial success and in the 60 years since its introduction, has become an icon of luxury motoring. Initially the Silver Cloud was fitted with a traditional iron block inline six-cylinder engine. But even before the Silver Cloud reached production, Rolls Royce engineers were hard at work designing an engine that would carry them through the next decade, and beyond. After several proposals such as a V12 and even an inline eight, engineers settled on a V8 layout that would be compact enough yet provide superior output to the current six-cylinder. This was a thoroughly advanced engine that was cast in alloy with wet liners, and wore the carburetors in the center of the “vee” to keep the dimensions as compact as possible. Development of this 6.2 liter unit wasn’t completed until after Silver Cloud production was well underway, but in 1959 it was introduced in that car which became known as the Silver Cloud II. The Silver Cloud II was visually very similar to the outgoing Cloud I, with only very minor cosmetic changes taking place. The big changes lay under the bodywork where the V8 was carefully wedged into place and several enhancements made to the chassis to improve handling, ride, and the ability to cope with the additional power. Once optional equipment, power steering became standard fitment. As before, both standard and long wheelbase chassis were offered and of the 2,717 Silver Cloud II’s built, just 299 were in long-wheelbase specification, making these particularly rare and desirable among today’s Rolls Royce enthusiasts. This handsome 1962 Silver Cloud II (S/N LLCA49) is a very rare left-hand-drive, long-wheelbase example that was delivered new to Switzerland. The previous owner was a long time caretaker having purchased the car in 1985. It appears never to have been fully restored, but rather has been very well maintained, with only light cosmetic restoration work performed on an as-needed basis. It is finished in attractive sand over sable with a Biscuit Tan Connolly leather interior and fitted with desirable Frigette Air Conditioning, power windows, and an AM radio, all of which is documented on the original build sheets, copies of which accompany the car. The paint work shows is very attractive, laid down on coachwork that is straight and solid, while the often-tricky panel gaps are tidy and consistent. Chrome and brightwork are of very good quality, showing some care-wear but otherwise quite attractive, straight and complete, in good keeping with the rest of the cosmetics. Of course, the best place to enjoy a Silver Cloud is from within the sumptuous interior. This example does not disappoint with very clean and well-appointed cabin. Leather seating is in excellent condition and the walnut woodwork is in very good order, having been refinished, but not completely restored. Air conditioning is reserved for the rear seat occupants, who also have individual book-matched walnut tray tables. Mechanically, this example appears to have been well-maintained and performs admirably. The 6.2 Liter V8 is known for its amazing longevity and this unit still runs quiet and strong, mated to the factory original four-speed automatic transmission. The car recently had a full service including all new brakes, air conditioning service, carburetor rebuilds, and new tires. The Silver Cloud remains one of the most recognizable icons of the automobile. In this, the second series, it combines that timeless elegance with effortless performance and exceptional rarity. .
Series 2, 1977, champagne interior, VGC been stored last 5/6 years, ideal for wedding car or just weekend car.
SOLD/VERKAUFT/VENDU/VERKOCHT Rolls Royce Corniche Cabriolet Mulliner Park Ward 1979 In very good condition this Rolls Royce Corniche convertible produced by Mulliner Park Ward. Car is from 1979, originally delivered in Cannes. Since 2001 in Holland. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
Superb example of the fabulous Corniche coupé. Low mileage, full repaint, fantastic interior, personal plate included.
The Corniche was Rolls-Royce's coupé and convertible version of the Silver Shadow produced between 1971 and 1996. The Corniche was named "Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward two door fixed head coupé " (alternatively - drop head coupé ) before 1971 when the Corniche name was applied. The exterior design was by John Polwhele Blatchley. (The independent coachmaker James Young had already custom-made a two-door coupé variant of the Silver Shadow, but Young's model proved less popular and was soon discontinued). The model was assembled and finished in London at Mulliner Park Ward as continuation of the 1965 Silver Shadow coupe and 1967 drophead, with the Corniche name applied in 1971. The Corniche was also sold as a Bentley, though that model became known as the Continental in 1984. The first car to wear the Corniche name was a 1939 prototype based on the Bentley Mark V which was never produced because of the onset of World War II. The Corniche was available both as a coupé and convertible, with the former discontinued in 1982. The car used the standard Rolls-Royce V8 engine. A 3-speed automatic transmission (a Turbo Hydramatic 400 sourced from General Motors) was standard. A four-wheel i
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