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  • In 1906 Rolls-Royce produced a 40-50 HP chassis which was to become renowned throughout the world as the highest example of refinement in motor car construction. So perfect was its design at its inception that the Silver Ghost continued to maintain its illustrious position for 20 years. It was then succeeded by the no less famous Phantom I. The Phantom II is the direct descendent of this honourable family. While its performance on the road has been increased beyond that of its predecessors, this new 40-50HP embodies all the qualities which gained for its ancestor the title of “The Best Car in the World”. The Phantom II was a vehicle specifically designed with the chauffer driven passenger in mind. At the time the only home produced rival to compare with the Phantom II was the Bentley 8 Litre, which was a faster vehicle but was thought to be far less chauffer friendly, with considerably heavier steering and a gearbox which was more difficult to operate. The vast majority of the 1400 or so Phantom II chassis that were produced between 1929 and 1935 were fitted with four door saloon style coachwork, ideal for a chauffeur and his passengers. However a select few were fitted with more stylish coachwork, and in our opinion few came better than Chassis No 63GY which is fitted with a three position drophead coupe by Ranalah of Morden Road, London, SW19. Chassis No 63GY began life in April of 1931, fitted with limousine style coachwork by Weyman of Addlestone and was originally supplied to a Mr Ernest Tweedale of Rochdale. Subsequent owners before the outbreak of the war were Mr Tom Crossley of Huddersfield in 1934 and Mr Basil E Garnham of London in 1938. It is understood having looked through the correspondence in the history file that Mr Garnham instructed Ranalah to create coachwork to his chosen design and re-body the car during the late 1930’s. The project was personally overseen by Mr Garnham, who took great care in making sure the finished article was to his taste. The proportions and lines of the coachwork are first class, and it would clearly seem that his efforts were not wasted. A few years later Johnson Matthey & Co Ltd of London purchased the car in 1942 and it was then sold to Sir Keith Fraser of Leicester in 1955. Chassis No 63GY was then purchased by Mr Anthony Proctor of Devon who shipped the car to Canada in 1958. Mr Proctor had the car repainted black during his ownership. Mr Paul Teryl of Florida, US (previously Buffalo, NY State) acquired the car in 1974 and instructed a thorough restoration of the car to his taste, re-painting it in ivory at this time. The works were extensive and it won first place at two National RROC Concours competitions in the States. The car returned briefly to the UK in 1990 and was subsequently supplied to a collection in Sweden by a noted London classic car specialist. Its most recent owner made Chassis No 63GY the central part of his collection and re-commissioned the car to his own high standards in recent years, also using the car on a very regular basis. The works carried out and the regular and careful use are evident when driving 63GY as it is a pleasure to use. This most elegant Phantom II has an extensive history file of correspondence, invoices and generally interesting documents associated with the cars long and colourful life. It is believed to be a unique design by Ranalah of Merton and one of just two Phantom IIs they produced coachwork for. This striking and stylish car is ready and prepared for the next chapter in its history and should be seen in person to be fully appreciated.

    • Year: 1931

    Last update: About 7 Hours Old

    • Engine size: 7.7

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  • Frank Dale & Stepsons
    0208 847 5447
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  • In 1906 Rolls-Royce produced a 40-50 HP chassis which was to become renowned throughout the world as the highest example of refinement in motor car construction. So perfect was its design at its inception that the Silver Ghost continued to maintain its illustrious position for 20 years. It was then succeeded by the no less famous Phantom I. The Phantom II is the direct descendent of this honourable family. While its performance on the road has been increased beyond that of its predecessors, this new 40-50HP embodies all the qualities which gained for its ancestor the title of “The Best Car in the World”. The Phantom II was a vehicle specifically designed with the chauffer driven passenger in mind. At the time the only home produced rival to compare with the Phantom II was the Bentley 8 Litre, which was a faster vehicle but was thought to be far less chauffer friendly, with considerably heavier steering and a gearbox which was more difficult to operate. The vast majority of the 1400 or so Phantom II chassis that were produced between 1929 and 1935 were fitted with four door saloon style coachwork, ideal for a chauffeur and his passengers. However a select few were fitted with more stylish coachwork, and in our opinion few came better than Chassis No 63GY which is fitted with a three position drophead coupe by Ranalah of Morden Road, London, SW19. Chassis No 63GY began life in April of 1931, fitted with limousine style coachwork by Weyman of Addlestone and was originally supplied to a Mr Ernest Tweedale of Rochdale. Subsequent owners before the outbreak of the war were Mr Tom Crossley of Huddersfield in 1934 and Mr Basil E Garnham of London in 1938. It is understood having looked through the correspondence in the history file that Mr Garnham instructed Ranalah to create coachwork to his chosen design and re-body the car during the late 1930’s. The project was personally overseen by Mr Garnham, who took great care in making sure the finished article was to his taste. The proportions and lines of the coachwork are first class, and it would clearly seem that his efforts were not wasted. A few years later Johnson Matthey & Co Ltd of London purchased the car in 1942 and it was then sold to Sir Keith Fraser of Leicester in 1955. Chassis No 63GY was then purchased by Mr Anthony Proctor of Devon who shipped the car to Canada in 1958. Mr Proctor had the car repainted black during his ownership. Mr Paul Teryl of Florida, US (previously Buffalo, NY State) acquired the car in 1974 and instructed a thorough restoration of the car to his taste, re-painting it in ivory at this time. The works were extensive and it won first place at two National RROC Concours competitions in the States. The car returned briefly to the UK in 1990 and was subsequently supplied to a collection in Sweden by a noted London classic car specialist. Its most recent owner made Chassis No 63GY the central part of his collection and re-commissioned the car to his own high standards in recent years, also using the car on a very regular basis. The works carried out and the regular and careful use are evident when driving 63GY as it is a pleasure to use. This most elegant Phantom II has an extensive history file of correspondence, invoices and generally interesting documents associated with the cars long and colourful life. It is believed to be a unique design by Ranalah of Merton and one of just two Phantom IIs they produced coachwork for. This striking and stylish car is ready and prepared for the next chapter in its history and should be seen in person to be fully appreciated.

    • Year: 1931

    Last update: About 2 Hours Old

    • Engine size: 7.7

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  • Frank Dale & Stepsons
    0208 847 5447
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  • Chassis number: GEX54 Registration number: NJR210 A beautiful close coupled sports saloon by Hoopers. The coachwork has pleasing quite rakish proportions & benefits from having a large sunroof giving the car a light & airy feeling when open. New ash framing has been fitted where needed as a part of the restoration. The car has undergone a ground up restoration with all major items being attended to. Indeed several boxes of papers come with the car with numerous bills & invoices showing the extent of the works undertaken. This includes a full engine rebuild, new exhaust system, new wheel bearings, bright-work re-chromed, completer rewire, new brakes, full respray etc etc etc. The result is a car in stunning condition throughout. The car is finished in a very attractive deep claret over maroon colour scheme with the paint having been completed recently. It is accented with gold coach lines. The car has twin side mount spare wheels & a large Lucas spot lamp to the front. To the interior is deep grey/blue leather in excellent order complimented by grey carpets. The woodwork is quarter matched Macassar Ebony with a distinctive purple stripe to it. To sum up this is a lovely desirable ca

    • Year: 1933

    Last update: 8 Days Old
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  • Vintage & Prestige
    01375 379719
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  • Chassis number: GUL17 Registration number: CYE305. A very rare unique & unusual Rolls Royce. GUL17 was sold originally on 19th February 1936 by Jack Barclay to One Victor Jobson of Qualcast Ltd. The chassis was sent to H.J. Mulliner in Chiswick where the body was fitted. In 1937 for reasons unknown the original Mulliner body was moved to Chassis GWN70 At the behest of the owner, Jobson. The Chassis was then shipped to Aberdeen where it had been purchased by a Mr Young of Aberdeen motors. Young commissioned the current body in 1937/8 from coach-builders J & W Georgeson; a firm whom's primary expertise lay in construction of bus bodies. It is they who were responsible for the rakish & highly unusual 2 door coupe coachwork we find on the car today. They in turn sold the car to Mr James Scott of Inchgarth, Pitfodels; A building contractor & shareholder in Aberdeen motors. Scott employed the services of a chauffeur to conduct him in the car. A large man, Scott was remembered as a gentleman who was always well turned out in pinstripe suit, bowler hat & never seen without a carnation in his lapel. He used the car apparently up until his 85th year at which time it was sold to one Arthur Gr

    • Year: 1936

    Last update: 8 Days Old

    • Mileage: 100 mi

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  • Vintage & Prestige
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  • The in-line 6 cylinder overhead valve engine was similar to that used in the 20HP but was enlarged to 3699 cc by increasing the bore from 76 mm to 82 mm with the stroke remaining at 114 mm. A single Rolls-Royce carburettor was used and both coil and magneto ignition were fitted. The four speed gearbox was mounted in unit with the engine and a traditional right hand change used. Synchromesh was fitted to third and top gears from 1932. The substantial chassis had rigid front and rear axles suspended by half elliptic springs with braking on all four wheels assisted by a mechanical servo. Separate rear brakes were fitted for the handbrake. The famous Rolls-Royce radiator with triangular top was used with vertical louvres, the angle of which could be adjusted to control engine cooling. To begin with, the radiator shutters were operated manually via a lever on the dash; later cars were fitted with automatic control via a thermostat. The larger engine allowed the top speed to increase to 75 mph (121 km/h) but many owners had large limousine bodies fitted to the chassis with the predictable degradation of performance. Only the chassis and mechanical parts were made by Rolls-Royce. The body

    • Year: 1931

    Last update: 1 Day Old
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  • Oldertimerfarm.be
    0032472401338
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  • Finished in Diamond Black metallic, full black Nappa leather interior with Bespoke light grey stitching, extended black leather stitched to doors, dash, headlining and pillars, theatre lounge seat, rear tables with integrated rear seat entertainment to include two individual rear monitors, 21" Aluminium alloy wheels, Blue Chrome option , front and rear park distance control with camera system front and rear, tilt and slide electric sunroof, homelink, satellite navigation, Lexicon Premium surround sound system, heated seats, electric adjustable front seats with memory, automatic Bi Xenon headlights, heated rear seats, power operated boot, privacy glass, double glaze glass 6x CD changer, voice processing, Piano black Veneer instrument panel , lambs wool carpet mats, plus much more standard specification. This stunning car is offered in outstanding condition and has covered 48300 miles. Complemented with a full Rolls Royce main dealer service history, last Rolls Royce service was the 20th May 2014 at 48260 miles.

    • Year: 2006

    Last update: 11 Days Old
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  • Alexanders Prestige
    01423 325800
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  • Chassis number: 83EH Registration number: DH1246 An imposing car; having been beautifully rebodied many years ago by Marsden-Jacobs as a rakish torpedo bodied dual cowl tourer. The rear quarters have a hinge up lid allowing ingress & egress for the rear passengers who are protected by a flip up windscreen. The car is finished in a tasteful two tone pale grey & mid grey colour scheme. To the interior is red hide to the front & rear along with red carpets. Much mechanical work has been undertaken resulting in a very quiet running engine that runs cool & pulls very strongly. This allied to a revised rear axle makes for effortless cruising at motorway speeds, 60 MPH being actual when 50 is indicated. Unusually, the car has a hydraulic power assisted steering set up fitted. I usually disparage such modifications, but have revised my opinions since driving the car. It makes it easy to drive & allows for exact placement of the car then entering & exiting roundabouts for example with none of the wrestling & effort required as on a standard car. Parking lot maneuvering is likewise an effortless affair. The car has just arrived with us after a 30 year sojourn in Holland. We are in the proces

    • Year: 1928

    Last update: 14 Days Old
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  • Vintage & Prestige
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  • 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 vehicle is due an MoT and will be sold with a full 12 months. 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 Dealer 30/11/11 - 16,110 Miles - Rolls-Royce Main Dealer The vehicle will be serviced by Rolls-Royce before handover to the new owner. The car stands on GoodYear 255 x 50 x R21 (106W) all round. The tyre tread depths are as follows: Front Right: 5mm Front Left: 5mm Rear Right: 5mm Rear Left: 5mm For more information or to arrange a viewing, please contact our sales team on 01772 663 777. Viewing is strictly by appointment only. Prior to offering for sale, all cars are subject to the AMARI Inspection, a stringent 170 point investigation of the car cosmetically, electrically and mechanically. Our resident master technicians attend to all issues prior to offering the car for sale, using the very latest and best diagnostic equipment, state of the art tools and methods. Our highly qualified master technicians can carry out servicing on all road cars, from the standard family hatch back to the latest Lamborghini, Ferrari, Aston Martin... We are the only independent dealer with full Ferrari SDX Diagnostics and the Lamborghini LARAS Diagnostics systems. Our fully equipped workshop enables us to attend to any electrical, and mechanical issues, from intricate electrical repairs and renewals, to brake disc Skimming and air conditioning recharging. Before collection all cars go through our exhaustive detailing process (can take up to three days) using only the worlds finest Swissvax products, carried out by our professional certified Swissvax trained technicians, covering every aspect of the car inside and out. Collection and delivery throughout the UK can be offered through the most reputable manufacturer championed company who use only the very latest covered car transporters with extensive experience of transporting cars across the world. Vehicles are supplied with a three month warranty *Exclusions Apply. We offer part exchange and finance facility on most cars. AMARI Lifestyle Limited T/As AMARI SuperCars is authorised & Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (663066)

    Last update: 14 Days Old

    • Mileage: 20228 mi

    • Engine size: 6.7

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  • Amari Super Cars GB
    01772 663 777
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  • 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

    Last update: 16 Days Old
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  • Hyman Ltd
    314 524 6000
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  • 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: 14 Days Old
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  • Hyman Ltd
    314 524 6000
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  • The Rolls Royce Silver Ghost is the standard of the world for pre-war motorcars. First appearing in production form in 1907, the Silver Ghost proved itself time and again for its exceptional reliability and quality. The 7.2 liter (later 7.4 liter) side valve inline six was a marvel of robust construction while delivering nearly silent operation. Especially when compared to other machinery of the same period, the Silver Ghost is a true marvel of sophisticated engineering and build-quality. Thanks to its well-publicized successes in reliability trials, demand grew quickly, particularly in America, and production was expanded in 1921 to a new assembly plant in Springfield, Massachusetts. Initially, Springfield cars were basically the same specification as their British-built counterparts, but as time went on, Springfield cars gained many of their own unique parts and components, such as American Bosch electrics, unique wheels and for the very last examples a US-specific gearbox with central shift. Chassis Number 355XH is an exceptional car with a well-known and extensive history dating back to new. In 1923, it was sold new to “Tack” Hardwick, a Harvard graduate and star quarterback of

    • Year: 1923

    Last update: 16 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: 16 Days Old
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    314 524 6000
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  • 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

    Last update: 16 Days Old

    • Mileage: 54690 mi

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    314 524 6000
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