1954 Rolls Royce Silver Dawn 1954 Rolls Royce Silver Dawn, right hand driver in black over burgundy with grey interior. Equipped with an automatic transmission, sunroof and comes with the spare tire as well as the tire jack. Lots of potential. Excellent original car for an easy restoration, mechanically sound. For $26,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements. Share this!
• Year: 1954
1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Kellner 3-Position Cabriolet Serial no. 164PY One-of-a-Kind! 1990 Pebble Beach Gwenn Graham Winner 1991 Chicago International Best of Show 1991 Fisher Island Best of Show This magnificent low mileage car, originally delivered in may of 1934 to Edmond Blawl of St. Cloud, France is a happy marriage of one of the most desirable chassis of its day with the striking coachwork of one of France’s most respected body builders, Kellner. It was then purchased by a K.C. Dobson of Surrey, England in October of 1946 and was subsequently owned by Sir Ashley Haveden in 1951. In 1956, it came to the U.S. where it has had but a few owners - the first keeping it for some 25 years.
• Year: 1934
This beautiful Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward Two-door Saloon was sold new to a Belgian Gentleman driver The car is totally original, with a beautiful original colour combination Seychelles Blue / Grey leather interior. This example is one of the only 580 Silver Shadow MPW Two-door Saloon built. It is LHD, which is quiet rare for a Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward Two-door Saloon. The car comes with its Swedish papers and original service book.
• Year: 1970
First owned by Anténor Patiño, heir of Simon Patiño’s, one of the kings of tin in early 20th century Sold new in France Only 4 previous owners LHD Exceptional mechanical and cosmetical condition
• Year: 1968
Beautiful original interior with somptuous wood veneer finish Automatic four-speed gearbox Air conditionning Only 3 owners from new Same owner during 28 years US papers - EU custom cleared
• Year: 1959
- Believed unique fastback coachwork by Barker. - Exhibited during October 1931 Salon d'Automobiles, Grand Palais, Paris. - Purchased in 1933 by the then-Marquis de Portago (father of Alfonso de Portago). - Subject to a painstaking two and a half year restoration to exacting standards completed in 2011. - 2012 Best in Class and Best in Show at RREC Annual Rally. - 2013 Best in Show at NEC Classic Motor Show. - Known as "Arabella", she is finished in her original colour scheme of Green and Cream.
• Year: 1931
*2014 Pebble Beach First In Class Winner* 1 of only 7 examples made. This particular car is one of only seven PV22SD design cars. It was selected to be the Earls Court London Show Car for 1960 and was purchased before construction by Mrs. Elsie Tritton, a VIP for both Rolls-Royce and James Young. The coach is finished in magnificent James Young Midnight Blue, a very deep dark blue that changes hue with the light. This is not a standard dark blue and unique to James Young. Inside there is beige Connolly leather to the front compartment and rare today James Young beige tone on tone striped wool to the rear, piped in beige Connolly leather to match the front compartment. In combination with the magnificent matched “butterfly” burl wood from division to floor, the rear compartment is an oasis of luxury and calm. A New Yorker, Elsie Tritton was first married to Sir Louis Baron, who made a fortune as the chairman of Black Cat Cigarettes. They subsequently divorced and the resilient Elsie later married Robert Tritton, a purveyor of fine art and antiques to wealthy customers and Queen Mary. The Trittons had a London home on Grosvenor Square and a country home, a 2100-acre estate called God
• Year: 1961
Finished in classic Silver Sand with Walnut interior with contrasting carpets. Another of these fantastic cars stored in a time warp. This beautiful example was supplied with Full Service History by ourselves some 14 years ago to a very fanatical collector. Only 24,000 miles. Now available, just re-commissioned by ourselves
• Year: 1978
• Mileage: 24000 mi
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
Chassis number: GMJ74 Registration number: SV9928 A delightful little car carrying its original faux cabriolet saloon body by Weymann. The car is pictured on page 307 of John Fasals authoritative tome: The Rolls Royce 20. The car was initially sold by Rootes Ltd of Devonshire house, Picadilly. It was owned by the Earl of Kilmorey in Northern Ireland who resided at Mourne Park in county Down. The car is finished in maroon over black & has been carefully looked after by the last owner of more then a decade. To the interior is black leather to the front & rear in lovely well polished condition & good order. Black carpets complete the ensemble. The car is a non division body well suited to an owner driver with adjustable front seats. It carries faux pram irons to the rear giving the appearance of a cabriolet body. Under the body it is clean & tidy & has clearly been well cared for. A large file of bills & correspondence comes with the car. Mechanically the car is in fine order throughout with a lovely quiet engine & a delicate tactile feel to the controls. The car as a whole feels very taut & does not appear to have done a high mileage. The rear window is unusually large giving excelle
• Year: 1926
Chassis number: GMP-37 Registration number: BUE995 Under the current ownership since 1988; a full 27 years. The car is now coming on the market due to seeing little use from the octogenarian owner. This car is in tip top condition having had close to £40k recently spent on a comprehensive engine rebuild by Marque specialists Hillier & Hill. The engine has covered 500 miles since so is still being run in. We are currently doing the valve adjustments & torquing down the brand new head. The car is thus more then ready for the next chapter in its life. Coachwork is a rakish owner driver sports saloon by famed Builders Thrupp & Maberly. It is finished in a very deep green over black with the paint in good order throughout. To the interior is black leather to all seating surfaces with the front seats having been re-upholstered. All woodwork is present & correct with an aged matt finish to it. The roof has a large sunroof fitted from new for semi alfresco motoring. The last owner, to his credit believed in using his car & took it to rallies in France, Germany, Holland, Sweden, Denmark, Ireland & Belgium. During his tenure the car was always looked after without regard to expense as witnes
• Year: 1937
• Mileage: 114000 mi
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
Finished in Ming Blue with a Light Tan interior. A very classic colour scheme. Known to ourselves for many years and is in outstanding condition throughout. Full Service History. Outstanding value
• Year: 1994
1989, Finished in dark ocean blue with a white everflex roof and magnolia piped blue interior, two owners and 22,000 miles from new with full main dealer service history, a very hard car to find with this mileage and history, outstanding example.
• Year: 1989
- Barker coachwork originally commissioned by the Prince of Wales but fitted to another Ghost chassis - Used for touring through Europe and further afield during the current ownership - Maintained by Cliff Long and will be driven to the sale
• Year: 1923
- Supplied new to financier and MP Sir Harry Deeley Mallaby-Deeley - Converted into a Shooting Brake by Wade Palmer of Jack O'Lantern garage during the late 1950s - Past refurbishment work by Ashton Keynes totalling over £40,000
• Year: 1924
This remarkably original Silver Cloud was a winner in the preservation class of the RREC national rally. It has covered only 61,000 miles from new. Presented in its original colour scheme of Masons Black over Silver Sand, with nicely patinated original but superb beige leather interior. The car drives beautifully, has always been well maintained and is in excellent condition throughout, with an entirely solid and original body and chassis. Particularly noteworthy is the delightfully correct way in which everything operates; it is still every inch a Rolls-Royce to ride in and to drive, which unfortunately is not the norm! It has a fascinating and well documented history, which includes a period spent in the USA from the late seventies. The very detailed history file incorporates original factory build documents, full ownership history and extensive maintenance records from new until the present day. It is very unusual indeed to find a Silver Cloud that has been as well maintained and beautifully preserved as this example.
• Year: 1961
• Mileage: 61000 mi
Supplied new by Appleyard Ripon of Leeds in September 1990. Beautiful in Dark Oyster metallic with magnolia upholstery. Having covered 80,000 miles full service history accompanies this outstanding example with recorded maintenance carried out by either a Rolls Royce dealer or marque specialist. Previously owned by a most fastidious enthusiast who travelled many miles to inspect a number of vehicles prior to settling on this pristine example. Absolutely no expense has been spared on the upkeep of this Rolls with over GBP 7000 spent in the last two years. A professional bare metal repaint was carried out in 2012 with a portfolio of detailed photographs showing this. As you can imagine everything on this car works just as it should and the car drives without fault, we can honestly say this is the best Silver Spirit we have had the pleasure to offer and is ready to show or simply enjoy. This car is just waiting to meet its new keepers. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended and we know you won't be disappointed. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
• Mileage: 80000 mi
• Engine size: 6.75
Supplied new by Bristol Motor Co to Mr Gardiner in March 1989. Dark Oyster metallic with Mushroom Hide upholstery and Slate piping. One of two cars that belonged to a most fastidious owner who kept and maintained his cars in what can only be described as outstanding. Complete with all build sheets from Rolls Royce and delivery notes and original invoice this along with a fully stamped service book is probably the best service record we have seen with all servicing carried out by either Rolls Royce or a marque specialist. Over the years the car has wanted for nothing had their is a huge portfolio of bills, invoices and MoT certificates. The car drives without fault and everything works as it should. The wood is exceptional and the leather unmarked. All panels straight and true with correct gaps. This car is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended and we know you won't be disappointed. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
• Mileage: 98000 mi
• Engine size: 6.75
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, 20,104 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 20,104 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: 20104 mi
Chassis number 72NK was originally supplied to Sir Hilderbrand of Hamsworth, a newspaper owner. The chassis cards identify this as a standard long type chassis which was on test on 22 June 1923. Supplied as a Nickel car with "set in" levers, "B" rake steering and straight sided wheels. 72NK was dispatched to Barker & Co. for Landaulet coachwork and was supplied to Sir Hilderbrand on 7 December 1923. 72NK had routine repairs carried out by Rolls-Royce through to the early 1930's. By1937, Rolls-Royce records list Miss Loraine Newham of Freshwater Grove, Shipley, Sussex as the keeper, Freshwater Grove is also the residence of Sir Hilderbrand. Little else is know of the cars early history, but in 1960 Peter Burrow (trophy master for the RREC) rescued the car from gypsies as they had removed the original body. He paid them £75 as the scrap value was £50. In 1991, well known Ghost collector and restorer Colin Laybourn acquired 72NK as a rolling chassis. Colin carried out a full restoration and being a very able coachbuilder, constructed the stylish and well-proportioned "Laybourn & James" coachwork that the car carries today. This sporting car was finished in 2001 painted black over silver and trimmed in red hide by Brian Frost. The car carries a wealth of interesting features including Stephen Grabel headlamps, ships cowl type scuttle ventilators, a V-windscreen, louvered bonnet and outside hand brake lever. To aid touring, running board storage boxes and luggage rack/trunk were added together with an overdrive and spin on type oil filter. In 2003 and driven by Colin, 72NK participated in the RREC's Alpine Rally. Following in 2004 the car covered 4,000 miles in America and completed a tour of Ireland. In 2009 the car attended the SGA's tour of South Africa. The present owner has owned 72NK since August 2012 and covered a relatively low mileage. 72NK remains in very good order and is an ideal touring car.
• Year: 1923
This 1965 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III LHD is a good original example that could use minor cosmetics. Silver with grey interior and a very solid undercarriage. It also comes with it's factory owner's manual, full took kit, and spare. For just $34,750
• Year: 1965
Finished in Ivory with White hood that has been recently replaced with Magnolia interior piped in Walnut with Magnolia knee roll. Only 82,000 miles with Full Service History, known to ourselves for last seven years. Immaculate throughout and fast becoming a collectors car
• Year: 1980
• Mileage: 82000 mi
- Bespoke Abbott coachwork and featured in The Autocar (16/2/1934) - Pictured in 'Coachwork on Rolls-Royce 1906-1939' by L. Dalton amongst others - Original registration number, engine and mother of pearl inlays etc
• Year: 1933
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