The Silver Cloud series was a dramatically different and very important car for Rolls-Royce. The market for bespoke, coachbuilt cars was beginning to dry up, so Rolls-Royce needed a car that could be mass produced – at least in a Rolls-Royce sense of “mass” production. Of course, they did not want to neglect their high end clientele who still demanded exclusive coachbuilt cars. As a result, the Silver Cloud was developed on a full ladder frame, a characteristic that allowed the master coachbuilders to still practice their craft. But what set it and its mechanically identical sibling, the Bentley S1, apart was the fact that they were mainly sold with the Standard Steel Saloon body built by Pressed Steel, Inc. The standard car, penned by J.P. Blatchley, was a beautifully modern interpretation of the classic, swooping Silver Dawn that preceded it. The fully enveloped body was built in steel with aluminum alloy used for the hood, trunk and doors. Power was courtesy of a large, smooth running inline-six mated to an automatic transmission – a GM Hydramatic built under license. Three series of Silver Clouds were produced between 1955 and 1966. The biggest changes could be found on the Clo
• Year: 1965
• Mileage: 54690 mi
This 1972 Rolls Royce Corniche Coupe LHD is a very original example and a nice driver. Silver with tan interior. These early Corniche Coupes are highly sought after and increasingly difficult to find. A wonderful car for only $29,500
• Year: 1972
- Many thousands spent on upkeep including an engine overhaul as supported by the comprehensive history file - Original features to include tool tray, Centre Cabinet with Drink Requisites and Vanity Mirror - All known keepers from new
• Year: 1955
2008 (57) ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM DROPHEAD COUPE 2dr Auto, 2 Door Convertible, Jubilee Silver, Black/Creme Lighr, previous owners 3, number of keys 2, Full Service History, 20,228 miles, MOT'd until 24th May, 2015. Inspired by the J-class yachts of the 1930s, Phantom Drophead Coupé continues the long tradition of two-door, four-seat Rolls-Royce convertibles. More Information This BEAUTIFUL Rolls-Royce has just arrived to our Showroom. It is a 2008 / 57 Registered vehicle in Jubilee Silver with Black Leather Upholstery, having covered only 20,228 miles by 3 previous owners. The already impressive standard specification list is vastly enhanced by the following optional equipment: TV Function DAB Tuner Cross-Over Operation, Deletion Metal Steering Wheel Spokes Teak Decking Mono Colour Package Universal Garage Door Opener Camera System (Front & Rear) 21" Aluminium Alloy Wheels RHD Piano Black Voice Processing System Navi-DVD Europe Preparation Mobile Phone Slate Grey Hood The current MoT expires in May 2015, but the car will be sold with a full 12 months MoT. The Service History is as follows: 12/06/09 - 8,714 Miles - Rolls-Royce Main Dealer 12/01/10 - 11,503 Miles - Rolls-Royce Main Deale
• Year: 2015
• Mileage: 20228 mi
Type: Used Year: 2014 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: WRAITH Trim: V12 Body: Coupe Trans: Automatic Mileage: 7063 Engine Size: 6592 Ext Color: Gunmetal
• Mileage: 7063 mi
• Engine size: 6592
- One of only two cars bodied in this style. - Re-wired and reconditioned water pump fitted. - Wire wheels restored and reconditioned cylinder head fitted.
• Year: 1937
Type: Used Year: 2015 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: WRAITH Trim: V12 Body: Coupe Trans: Automatic Mileage: 1500 Engine Size: 6592 Ext Color: English White
• Mileage: 1500 mi
• Engine size: 6592
Type: Used Year: 2015 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: PHANTOM Trim: V12 Body: Trans: Automatic Mileage: 1500 Engine Size: 6749 Ext Color: English White
• Mileage: 1500 mi
• Engine size: 6749
- In current RREC member ownership for 22 years - Only used during the summer - Engine overhauled in 2012 by Swedish specialist Bengt Stange
• Year: 1968
- Built to special order with an upgraded engine and experimental features - Bodied by Park Ward with alloy panels over a steel support frame - Owned by various RR directors up until 1951 and various VIPs thereafter
• Year: 1939
Type: Used Year: 2013 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: WRAITH Trim: V12 Body: Coupe Trans: Automatic Mileage: 3500 Engine Size: 6592 Ext Color: Diamond Black over Darkest Tungsten
• Mileage: 3500 mi
• Engine size: 6592
Type: Used Year: 2015 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: GHOST Trim: V12 Body: Sedan Trans: Automatic Mileage: 2 Engine Size: 6592 Ext Color: Gunmetal with Silver Satin Bonnet
• Mileage: 2 mi
• Engine size: 6592
Silver Spirit. Finished in Claret with Parchment interior piped in St. James, with St. James carpets piped in Parchment. One family owner and only 52,000 miles with FSH. Loved and cherished and now looking for a new home. Outstanding value for a car that’s like new.
• Year: 1986
• Mileage: 52000 mi
This 1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom V LHD James Young is a very rare find. This example is very clean and straight. It's also very sound mechanically. Own this very special piece of Rolls Royce history for only $129,500.
• Year: 1961
Vehicle Specification Unfortunately this vehicle is now sold but we have new stock arriving every day and our website is also updated daily so please visit our site again soon. If we do not currently have the car / spec you require please call us as we are usually able to source the car that you desire and chances are already know of the perfect car for you. Please Register Online Via our website to be the first to hear of any News, Special Offers, Sale Weekends and New Stock.
• Year: 2015
• Mileage: 2015 mi
1978/S Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II 6.75 V8 Finished in Silver Sand with Dark Brown Everflex roof and Dark brown finelines. The car has a full Cotswold Beige leather interior, piped with Dark Brown leather. She is in very good condition all round and comes with an extensive history file. The car has just gone through an extensive mechanical/suspension overhaul and has recently had the door cappings refurbished. Options on this car are as follows:;;- Rear quarter badges;- Everflex roof;- Dark brown top roll;- Beige knee roll;- Brand new Avon white wall tyres;- Rear foot stools;- Front and rear wrapover headrests;- Rear veneered picnic tables;; A truly stunning example of this rapidly appreciating classic Rolls Royce.;
• Mileage: 51240 mi
• Engine size: 6.75
2012 (12) ROLLS-ROYCE GHOST SALOON 4dr Auto, 4 Door Saloon, Anthracite, Sea Shell Leather, previous owners 3, number of keys 1, Full Rolls Royce Service History, 18,737 miles, MOT'd until 1st May, 2015. This is a 2012 / 12 Registered Rolls Royce Ghost in unblemished Special Commission Anthracite with Sea Shell Interior Leather, stitched in Black with Black Extended Carpets and Black DashBoard Top Roll. The already extensive Specification is substantially enhanced with: Panoramic Roof & Blind Grand Piano Black Interior Trim Head Rests Embroidered with Logo DAB Radio Camera System Rear Voice Processing System Navi-DVD Europe Preparation Mobile Phone TV Function 20" Alloy Wheels The car benefits from a full Rolls Royce Service History, having had the one service: 11/11/13 - 9,873 miles - Rolls Royce Main Dealer The tyres are Good Year all round: Front: 255 x 45 x 20 (101Y) Rera: 285 x 40 x 20 (109Y) The tyre tread depths are: Front Right: 7mm Front Left: 7mm Rear Right: 7mm Rear Left: 7mm The vehicle is due an MoT and will be sold with a full 12 months. We have the Original Owner Manual which also incorporates the Service Book, as well as 1 Key. For more information or to arrange a vi
• Year: 2012
• Mileage: 18737 mi
This Melbourne delivered manual gearbox model has full ownership history from new having covered only 82,000 miles to date, it is in beautiful original condition. Apart from being reupholstered in beige Connolly Hide with deep chocolate carpets as first delivered, this Dawn is totally un-molested and boasts a complete tool kit and books. Brooklands “Sales by Brokerage” service : This vehicle cannot be sold by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd until purchased in full by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd from the vehicle’s owner. Otherwise, the sale would be considered consignment selling and Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd would be in contravention of the Motor Car Traders Act 1986.
• Year: 1986
Chassis number: GLZ28 Registration number: B301 (Danish.) A very Rare Continental Bodied Park Ward 20/25 designed by Evan Evernden who designed some of the more beautiful Phantom II continentals. Only three are believed produced to this design. The car was originally delivered from the factory, by steamship to Madras in India, where it was delivered to a Doctor Rangerary, the director of the Shell Burma oil Company. In 1938 It returned to England, and lived for many years in Bristol. In 1978 the former owner Bjarne Joergensen took it to Denmark having purchased it from Terry Talbot. The car has been in Denmark with two owners for 37 years. The car is featured in several books on the Marque. The car has been fastidiously maintained by the last two enthusiast owners who have put a little over 1000 miles per year on it on average. Extensive works have been completed including a full rewire, new ash framing to the coachwork where required, new red leather, carpets, Headlining, etc, etc. The all important ash "A" posts have been replaced with new. All instruments work correctly & are in their appointed places in the refinished Teak wood dash board, The car is currently owned by The Chai
• Year: 1933
• Mileage: 1000 mi
When the 40/50 horsepower “Silver Ghost” debuted in 1907 it was the most advanced motorcar money could buy. Centered on Henry Royce’s impressive 7,428cc side-valve inline-six, the Silver Ghost was an engineering marvel. The cylinder block was built incredibly strong but was also light weight thanks to the use of an alloy crankcase. Competitors of the day suffered reliability issues due to their long, flexible crankshafts, but Royce’s engine had a crank that was shorter and stronger and was supported by seven large main bearings. Precise machine work and hand-polishing ensured near silent, smoke-free operation – a characteristic that was virtually unheard of for the time. Features such as pressurized oiling, fixed heads to eliminate leaks, and a twin ignition system via magneto or distributor were advancements that established the Silver Ghost as the standard of the world for motorcars. Particularly when compared to other machinery of the same period, the Silver Ghost is a true marvel of sophisticated engineering and build-quality, capable of delivering near silent operation and a luxurious experience for passengers. The Ghost performed extremely well and earned an impeccable reputa
• Year: 1912
This 1991 Rolls Royce Corniche III Convertible has just 40k original miles and is a superb original driver. Magnolia with tan leather interior. For only $56,500
• Year: 1991
Chassis number: 84TG Engine number: P226 Registration number: XM2825 A Multiple Award winner at The RREC Rockingham rally & elsewhere. This Silver Ghost comes to us in Superb condition having been restored & looked after without regard to expense. The ngine was fully rebuilt at vast expense by Ristes of Nottingham. Since then the vehicle has been set up & maintained by Carl Ford at The Priory Vintage Car co. Ordered new by one Mr Alexander, the chassis was dispatched to Messrs Barker & co to be fitted with the desirable dual cowl open touring body we find upon the car today. D rake steering was specified making for a comfortable driving position. The polished metal dash sports a full compliment of instrumentation. An Auster screen folds out & up to protect the rear occupants. The car is finished in mid blue over black wings, the paint being in exemplary order. To the interior is navy blue buttoned leather again in perfect condition. A deep blue mohair hood completes the ensemble. To the rear is a Capacious motoring trunk containing two large suit cases. Twin side-mount spare wheels are fitted to the running boards as is a Benzole spare petrol can. A comprehensive vintage tool kit i
• Year: 1922
Chassis number: 56HG Registration number: WY8329 Barker & Co. Ltd. were the favoured coach-builders for Silver Ghost chassis No: 56HG which was ordered in December 1922 and delivered in chassis form to Barkers on 31st January 1923. The completed car was delivered to G Dugdale & Co. Ltd. of Deansgate, Manchester, for their esteemed customer Sir Amos Nelson of Manor House, Thornden-in-Craven; a Yorkshire cotton manufacturer. The car was still in use in 1938 in the ownership of an S White and in 1963 passed through the hands of notable dealer Cecil Bendall, who sold the car to an Oliver Purks. In 1964 the car passed into Dutch ownership and some thirty or so years later it was back in England before crossing the water yet again to Ireland. Whilst in Irish ownership the car has been most actively used in Ireland Section R-R.E.C. Events, as well as participating regularly in the Irish Veteran and Vintage Car Club’s Gordon Bennett Rally. Seven years ago the car was Purchased by a Hampshire Wine maker & sparsely used on high days & holidays for local jaunts & tours of the vineyard properties. During this the car had a complete & full engine rebuild by A & S engineering, a large part of wh
• Year: 1923
• Mileage: 1000 mi
Chassis number: 110WJ Registration number GC200 A magnificent open tourer with post war body by Overtons. This car is coming to us from France & will be on our stand at Technoclassica in Essen. The current owner has last year undertaken a full engine rebuild which will be completed shortly before the show. The car is finished in a deep royal blue over midnight blue with the paint in excellent order. To the inside is red leather with complementary red carpets. The car has a full hood, hood bag & a pair of tonneau covers along with side screens. This is a very large imposing car with all the features one looks for in an open tourer; twin side mounts, vee screen, dual cowl body work etc etc. The car has magnificent presence on the road & cruises effortlessly at 60 to 70MPH. A large motoring trunk is fitted to the rear with a full set of small tools in a tray in the top of the trunk. The car comes with a huge assortment of silver cups, rosettes & trophies for various motoring events it has been entered into & won. Office 01375 379719 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 Adi 07960 781930 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment
• Year: 1929
Chassis number: GFN3 Registration number: UL1286 A lovely little open tourer with body by Watsons of Liverpool. The car was until 20 or so years ago displayed in a California Museum at which time it was purchased & repatriated to the UK by the current owner. Watsons bodied several Rolls Royce cars in period & later manufactured Mosquito Aircraft during the war years. The car is finished in a Deep Plum coloured scheme with some crazing & flaking evident to the paint which is of a considerable age. A single side mount sits on the passenger running board. To the interior is really lovely olf leather also in a deep plum colour. The leather is in fine patinated order with a deep luster that has developed over the years. The dash instruments are period & correct with a continental style speedometer fitted showing KMPH as well as MPH. A late car; the radiator is fitted with vertical shutters. Mechanically the car is in good order with a quiet engine. We are putting it through the workshop for a service & doing points, plugs tappets etc along with a full chassis lubrication service. A pale cream hood is fitted with a very wide frontal aspect giving good weather protection. To the rear is a
• Year: 1929
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