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Chassis Number: WMB 11 Engine Number: WXA 1 Registration Number: FLW 7 Highlights: • Built for Rolls-Royce's managing director – Sir Arthur F. Sidgreaves OBE - with input from the Rolls Royce Experimental Department • Sidgreaves requested that `FLW 7' feature an uprated engine (carried over from his previous Wraith chassis WXA1) • With the engine including some Bentley Mk V modifications a 1939 comparison with a standard Wraith showed this engine to produce 10% more power than standard and as an “experimental car”, as “significantly lighter”. • Bodied as a lightweight Special Saloon by Park Ward using a steel support frame • Fitted with an electric division, Perspex roof over the driver / front passenger, Smiths `Hades' heater, Philco radio set and leather upholstery • Post War owned by three Rolls Royce directors - Baron Ernest Hives, Chairman of Rolls Royce; Captain Eric Smith, Chairman Rolls Royce; and A G Elliot, Joint Managing Director, Rolls Royce • Subsequently owned by Sir Frederick Arthur Montague “Boy” Browning, the husband of the novelist Daphne du Maurier, Sir Brian Warren, physician to Winston Churchill and Ted Heath, and Dame Josephine Barnes, the first woman President of the British Medical Association. • Recently extensively recommissioned, painted in corniche maroon and re-trimmed. Driving superbly The Wraith was ordered by Sir Arthur F Sidgreaves OBE, Chairman of Rolls Royce, who took delivery of chassis WMB 11 in 1939. He specified that It be fitted with the engine from his current Wraith chassis WXA 1 and additionally ordered the transfer of the radio and clock to his new car. The engine is closely related to the Bentley MK V unit along with the rest of the cars running gear and was frequently fitted with new developments that Sidgreaves tested personally during the period he had the car. The car was truly an experimental car and the way that things were ordered by the heads or managers of each department on the chassis cards suggest he was not the easiest person to please. The Park Ward special body fitted has no wooden frame. It has a steel base attached to the chassis and then an all alloy body fitted. Sidgreaves had worked previously as export manager with Napier prior to joining Rolls Royce and eventually became Managing Director of Rolls Royce for a 17 year period managing the company prior, throughout and post WW2. He used FLW 7 as his own car up until 1945. He was one not to be crossed and was a formidable businessman who purchased the assets of W.O. Bentley for Rolls Royce from under the noses of Napier. He had the foresight to join forces with Sir Robert Mclean of Vickers to manufacture the Spitfire. Sidgreaves was credited by `The Times' newspaper with "doing more than any other man to deliver the tools with which the RAF won the Battle of Britain." The next custodian, in 1946, was Baron Ernest Hives Chairman of Rolls Royce, a very significant figure in the history of Rolls Royce. After becoming a chief test driver in 1908, he led the Rolls Royce team in the Austrian Alpine Trial in 1913. During the First World War the company designed its first aero-engine and Hives developed it successfully, by 1916 he was Head of the Experimental Department. Other notable engines were later developed under Hives’ lead, including the Buzzard, R Series and the Merlin. In 1936 he became the general works manager of the factory and a year later was elected to the board. In 1937, thinking war would soon be inevitable, he prepared the firm for a massive production increase in Merlin engines by splitting facilities between engineering and production. As the Merlin powered Hurricanes and Spitfires, this was a decision of vital strategic significance when war did come. It was thanks to Hives that a total of a hundred and sixty thousand Merlins were produced by 1945. I n 1941 Hives quickly decided ‘to go all out for the gas turbine, ensuring the company’s leading role in developing jet engines for civil and military aviation. Vice Chief of Air Staff Sir Wilfrid Freeman, one of the masterminds behind the dramatic advances in British aircraft production before and during World War 2, paid tribute to Hives's dedication in a letter to his wife: “That man Hives is the best man I have ever come across for many a year. God knows where the RAF would have been without him. He cares for nothing except the defeat of Germany and he does all his work to that end, living a life of unending labour.” Hives became managing director in 1946 and chairman of Rolls-Royce from 1950 till 1957. He was made a Companion of Honour in 1943 and on 7 July 1950 he was raised to the peerage as Baron Hives, of Duffield in the County of Derby. The next owner was Captain Eric Smith, Chairman Rolls Royce, whose daughter Fortune was awarded the title “Her Grace the Dowager Duchess of Grafton” by HM the Queen in 2011. The final Rolls Royce director to own the car was A G Elliot up until 1951. Elliott joined Rolls Royce from Napier and became chief engineer for the aero engine division whilst being the personnel assistant to Sir Henry Royce and thereafter the joint Managing Director of Rolls Royce along with Baron Ernest Hives and then Executive Vice Chairman. In 1951 the car was then purchased by Sir Frederick Arthur Montague “Boy” Browning whose address was given as Buckingham Palace, London SW1. Browning owned the car up until 1954. During this period he was controller and treasurer to HRH Princess Elizabeth and then after their marriage became treasurer to the office of Prince Phillip after being recommended by Louis Mountbatten. He was the husband of the novelist Daphne du Maurier. At the end of WW2 Browning negotiated with and accepted the surrender of the Japanese whilst his then superior Dwight Eisenhower signed the official documents in front of the worlds media. During the hostilities he was promoted to Lt General and was instrumental in starting the Airborne corps or as we know it now, the parachute regiment, from whom spawned during that period the SAS. He was named “Boy” Browning due to his boyish looks and many books have been written on his life. HM Queen Elizabeth and the Prince Phillip would travel to Menabilly, Browning and du Maurier’s country home, along with Prince Charles and Princess Anne in the fifties and the Duke would go sailing with "Boy". It is probable that they used the Wraith at this time. The car then passed to Sir Brian Warren of Chester Square, London W1, until 1961. Another fascinating man who looked after Sir Winston Churchill’s health whilst in Downing Street and then became the personal physician to Prime Minister Ted Heath. The next owner was Dame Josephine Barnes of Chester Square, London W1, until 1963. She became the first woman President of the British Medical Association. It was then owned by Mr L Scull of Nottingham until 1974 before being bought by the late Professor Ken Britten. Amongst his many important personal engineering achievements, Britten invented the heated windscreen glass and produced gyroscopes for the first ballistic missiles for the U.S.A. Following the death of professor Britten FLW 7 was purchased by S Willkie. Ken Britten had gone through the running gear and chassis so it was a relatively simple task to drop the sump and lift the head and to see that the engine was beautifully done. The radiator was renewed, the chrome redone and the body stripped and repainted in solid maroon colour. The interior was too far gone so everything was virtually remade but fortunately the wood was in remarkably good condition, so was repolished. The Perspex sunroof was also renewed. Now “fully sorted” the Wraith drives superbly. http://www.historic-competitionservices.eu/nl/rolls-royce-wraith-park-ward
Rolls Royce is known for its superb cars, its ‘sufficient’ engine performance and its effortless rides. Often called ‘the finest automobiles in the world’ which they can still live up to today. In 1955 Rolls Royce were eager to continue this legacy with a new model: the Silver Cloud I. As the name would suggest, driving this (or get driven in this) Rolls is very close to sitting on a cloud. As was often done, coachbuilders worked along with the manufacturers to design even more exclusive cars. H.J. Mulliner & Co Ltd was one of the top such companies. They came up with a glorious design for a two-door Drophead Coupe body on the latest 6-cylinder Rolls Royce chassis. Body number style 7410 is designed on the Rolls Royce Silver Cloud I, style 7409 was adapted for the Bentley S1. Similar bodies on similar cars. #7410 was applied on chassis number SBC118 as you can see on the photos. This all Aluminium handmade body was crafted to perfection by years of experience. According to Mulliner’s records, 21 examples of the #7410 all Aluminium bodies were made: 11 Left Hand Drive and 10 Right Hand Drive. Not to be confused with the later series production version of this car where RR converted existing steel Saloon bodies into Drophead Coupes. These later 'steel' ‘convertible coupe conversions’ or design number 7405 were not to Rolls Royce’s liking and production discontinued shortly after. As you begin to notice: the example we can offer you is one of the original 10 all Aluminium Drophead Coupé fully couchbuilt ‘7410’ Right Hand Drive cars. This very rare car has all the special features you could desire: automatic roof, adjustable armrests, power steering, automatic gearbox, retractable tables in front and back, etc and is in very very lovely condition. All the invoices of the last owner are present which will prove that this car was never kept on a shoe string, but maintained to the highest standard possible. This fully matching numbers car with stunning colour combinations is indeed one of the ‘finest automobiles in the world’. If you want to experience the feeling of sitting on a (Silver) Cloud, please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss the possibilities over a cup of coffee. (or a glass of Champagne) http://www.historic-competitionservices.eu/nl/rolls-royce-silver-cloud-i-drophead-coupe-mulliner--7410
The Graham Hull-penned Silver Seraph marked Rolls-Royce's intention to reclaim its reputation as producer of 'the best car in the world'. Following a long gestation period it was eventually only made for four years - 1998 to 2002 - as a result of which just 1,570 Seraphs vacated the Crewe factory. Its monocoque chassis was 65 percent stiffer than that of the Silver Spirit it replaced, while power came from a BMW-derived all-alloy V12 engine of 5.4-litres. This Silver example is matched with a Dark Blue leather interior and displays 45,800 miles and has recently received new tyres and batteries. Included in the sale is the original book pack with handbooks plus service book containing 10 entries, the last dated July 2015 at 40,228 miles. 'R677 KSX' is offered with V5C, current MOT certificate into April 2017 and offers a potential new keeper a very special motoring experience at a fraction of its original cost.
Unveiled in 1949, the Silver Dawn had the distinction of being the first Rolls-Royce to be offered with a factory-built body, which it shared (along with the chassis) with its MKVI Bentley sibling. The newcomer was initially powered by a 4257cc version of the company's straight-six engine, but this was increased to 4566 during 1951. The unit was mated to either a manual or automatic gearbox - both four-speed. Suspension was independent at the front and by live axle on semi-elliptic leaves at the rear. Braking was by servo-assisted drums all-round. A total of just 481 Silver Dawns had been manufactured by the time the model was supplanted by the Silver Cloud. This delightful Silver Dawn was delivered new by Rippon Brothers of Huddersfield to a J. Rawson of Stanningley near Leeds on March 19th 1954. These lovely Rolls-Royces do tend to suffer from corrosion, so there is considerable peace of mind to be had from knowing that a comprehensive body restoration was carried out by RS Panels of Nuneaton in 1998 at a cost of _18,211.33, during which any rot was removed, the sliding roof and radiator grille slats repaired and the whole car resprayed in Shell Grey, one of its two original colo
This very attractively-finished Shadow II has benefited from a full bare metal repaint as recently as June last year. It's also been treated to new front and rear screens, tyres and carpets. The subtle Green bodywork is offset by a Cream-coloured hide interior. The odometer currently reads an unwarranted but perfectly feasible 72,488 miles, and the vendor presently regards the Rolls' bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, V8 engine and automatic transmission as all being in 'excellent' order. He is offering 'CYH 309V' complete with a comprehensively maintained service book containing 21 stamps from a blend of main dealers and marque specialists, 20 or so invoices for work carried out and 12 old MOTs, plus one valid to August 17th 2017. Introduced in 1977, the Shadow II's upgrades over its predecessor included: rack-and-pinion steering and revised front end suspension geometry, plus a change of carburettors, exhaust and cooling fans all aimed at improving fuel consumption.
Maintaining its policy of offering one 'Large' and one 'Small' model (the terms being purely relative!), Rolls-Royce introduced the 20/25 in 1929 as a successor to the outgoing 20 hp. Though the newcomer was intended to appeal to owner drivers, many examples were in fact sold to customers with chauffeurs. Power came from an enlarged version of the straight-six unit used in the 20 hp. Now of 3699cc, it made for swifter acceleration and a higher top speed - up to 75mph, depending on the chosen body. The four speed manual gearbox featured the manufacturer's traditional right-hand change and was equipped with synchromesh on the top two ratios from 1932 onwards. The substantial chassis sported rigid axles front and rear suspended on semi-elliptic leaf springs. The four-wheeled braking was mechanically servo assisted. In 1936, the company opted to increase performance once more, further enlarging the engine to 4257cc to create the so-called 25/30, of which 1201 examples were made before the model was superseded by the Wraith in 1938. Like most Rolls-Royces, the 25/30 starred on the silver screen, most notably in 'The Naked Truth' and 'Death on the Nile'. This charming 25/30 is finished i
This 1962 James Young Phantom V RHD Touring Limousine is in Spectacular original condition. Gold over black with tan leather interior. Chassis PV22 shows less than 47k miles and it looks it. The original leather is soft with only minor creasing. The wood is excellent with only two minor blemishes. It also runs and drives very nicely after recent service. It comes complete with all tools, crystal, handbook, even the original James Young typed instructions. So many of these cars have been redone poorly and have high miles. This is the exception. A fantastic original example for only $89,500
- Copies of factory records on file state the car was manufactured in March 1967 and delivered new to Texas, USA - Factory options specified included electric windows, Sundym glass, hazard warning device, and a lowered steering column bracket - Finished in a most striking colour combination and described by the vendor as being in very good to excellent condition This splendid two-door Saloon would impress in any company, the clean lines penned by Rolls' in-house designer John Polwhele Blatchley seemingly as fresh today as when first seen almost exactly 50 years ago. A lefthand drive example, it was delivered new to its first owner, Mr William Mitch Jnr. of Fort Worth, Texas on March 16 1967. The many factory options selected include: electric aerial, electric windows, Sundym glass, hazard warning device and lowered steering column bracket, and the accompanying bill of sale confirms a total cost, including shipping from London to Houston, of _8,548. The Rolls-Royce is resplendent in the contrasting combination of Black coachwork and sumptuous Regal Red hide interior. The odometer currently displays an unwarranted 55,410 miles and the vendor presently classifies the interior trim as
The Graham Hull-penned Silver Seraph marked Rolls-Royce's intention to reclaim its reputation as producer of 'the best car in the world'. Following a long gestation period it was eventually only made for four years - 1998 to 2002 - as a result of which just 1,570 Seraphs vacated the Crewe factory. Its monocoque chassis was 65 percent stiffer than that of the Silver Spirit it replaced, while power came from a BMW-derived all-alloy V12 engine of 5.4-litres. This Silver example with Cream-coloured hide interior hails from March 2000, has had four keepers to date and is now offered from a deceased estate. It was last attended to in May of this year by Alastair Scott Services of Perth, for which there is a bill on file for _505.39. It comes complete with the original book pack, including the service record of 11 entries, collection of old invoice's and MOT certificates plus spare key and is believed to possess a fresh MOT by the time of sale. A desirable Rolls-Royce that has covered an average of less than 6,100 miles a year from new.
The decidedly eye-catching righthand drive Cloud II on offer is finished in Cream over Silver and trimmed in Blue-piped Cream-coloured hide. It was apparently repatriated from the USA in c.2000 and acquired by the current keeper the following year, who has used it sparingly and dry-stored the Rolls between outings. It was restored in 2002, since when it has been maintained by a Dutch Rolls-Royce and Bentley specialist. The odometer currently displays an unwarranted 80,282 miles. The vendor considers the luxuriously reupholstered interior trim to be 'excellent', and the Standard Steel bodywork, paintwork, V8 engine and automatic transmission to all be in 'very good' order. We understand that at some point the air conditioning system was removed from the car, but it remains complete and forms part of the lot. An apparently fine example of the breed that's now seeking a suitably caring new keeper. Rolls-Royce launched the Silver Cloud in April 1955. It was based on a completely new closed box section frame topped by a distinguished-looking body penned by in-house designer John Polwhele Blatchley. The proportions belied its considerable overall length of 17ft 8in and clothed all but 15
- Current owners late husband acquired the car in May 1969 from the 2nd owner, and recently lightly recommissioned it after 20 years storage - Re-chromed in 1969, re-painted in 1970 and re-trimmed (by Roy Creech) in 1971, and a new cylinder head fitted in 1985 - An extraordinary history file with invoices from 1937 and onwards, and just 126,400 recorded miles from new This truly delightful Phantom comes to market for the first time in 47 years, complete with impeccable provenance that confirms it has had just three keepers from new. Chassis No.20KR was first registered on April 17, 1929, having been equipped with innovative four-door 'All-weather' coachwork by Park Ward, complete with disappearing hood and wind-up windows - the original colour was Black. No less than 116,921 of the total mileage of 126,440 was accrued by the first owner before selling the car in August 1937 - it is understood he lived in Scotland and made repeated business trips to London! A copy of the log book shows he paid _5 in order to retain the original registration plate, 'US 65', which by coincidence has remained local to the car ever since and has frequently been espied in central London on a contemporary
- Supplied new by Jack Barclay Limited and latterly resided in Sweden for 22 years - Presented with a large history file detailing a thorough engine overhaul in 2012, plus a re-paint - One of only 606 2-door saloons produced by Mulliner Park Ward Hand-crafted by Mulliner Park Ward, the Silver Shadow Two-Door Saloon was introduced in 1966. Blending speed with refinement in a way that few rivals could match, it was powered by a 6230cc OHV V8 engine allied to automatic transmission. Trimmed with a superlative mix of sumptuous leather hides, rich wood veneers and deep lambs wool carpets, the model was every bit as luxurious as it was expensive. Despite being in production for five years, just 606 MPW Two-Door Saloons are thought to have been made. Manufactured in March 1968, copies of factory records on file state that this right hand drive example was sold new by Jack Barclay in London to Melbray Group Limited of London, SW1, believed for the use of Sir W.F. Beale. Factory warranty cards record the next owner as a Mr Frohlich of Mayfair who acquired the car in 1971. The enormous quantity of invoices in the voluminous history file reveal subsequent owners and in 1991 XBY 130F (as it wa
- Purchased by superstar footballer George Best from Grassicks Garage Ltd of Perth - Built in accordance with 'Page 16 Issue 12 SVR.1067 of the Special Vehicles requirement brochure' - Original Black leather upholstery, Grey Ambla headlining and Black carpets etc, last registered keeper since 1994 Launched in 1965, the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow was a bold departure for the Crewe-based company. Their first monocoque design, it also benefited from olio-pneumatic rear suspension, power disc brakes and, from 1968, GM's silken 400 series automatic gearbox. Such 'new technology' did not encroach on the luxurious interior with its sumptuous leather hides, rich wood veneers and deep lambswool carpets. Performance from the smooth 6230cc V8 engine (upgraded to 6750cc in 1970) was assured, the car wafting forward on a seemingly unstoppable wave of torque. Still immensely cosseting to drive, Shadows offer a genuinely different ownership experience to their mass made peers. According to its accompanying RREC copy chassis records, this particular example - chassis number SRH 13549 - was built in accordance with 'Page 16 Issue 12 SVR.1067 of the Special Vehicles requirement brochure'. Factory fin
- Reputedly 1 of just 6 Rolls-Royce 25/30s to be bodied to this design by Windovers - Supplied new to W. Johnson Esq of the Basset confectionary company - Current owner since 1984, Marchal headlamps, drinks cabinet, twin spare wheels This charming long chassis 25/30 is finished in Cream over Brown and trimmed in Brown leather. Its Windovers Saloon body includes a Division and 'MJK 377' is thought to be one of just six Rolls-Royce 25/30s clothed to this design. It was supplied new on October 20, 1936 to W Johnson of the Basset confectionary company. The suitably impressive specification includes Marchal headlamps, twin spare wheels, chrome luggage rack, GB plate and cocktail cabinet. The Rolls has remained within the same ownership since 1984 but is now seeking a fresh chapter in its life courtesy of a new keeper. It comes complete with V5C and a copy of the factory records, as supplied by the RREC. Maintaining its policy of offering one 'Large' and one 'Small' model (the terms being purely relative), Rolls-Royce introduced the 20/25 in 1929 as a successor to the outgoing 20. Though the newcomer was intended to appeal to owner drivers, many examples were in fact sold to customers wi
21" Part Polished 7 Spoke Alloys, 6.7 Drophead Series II (Facelift Model), Dynamic Package, Surround Camera System Including Rear View Camera, Electric Closing Doors With Soft Close Function, Windscreen Colour Sat Nav With Voice Command, Extended Leather Dash, Door Cards & Centre Console, Rear Shelf & Extended Door Tops Finished In Teak Wood, Seashell Coachline, Piano Black Interior Trim, Bespoke Interior, Rolls Royce Headrest Monogram Finished In Black, Lambswool Floor Mats, Chromed Visible Exhaust Tailpipes, Universal Garage Door Opener, DAB TV Tuner, Xenon Headlights, LED Daytime Running Lights, Diamond Metallic Paint, Service Plan Until 31/03/2018, 1 Owner From New, UK Supplied, Exceptional Example!
2015/65 6.6 V12 SILKY SMOOTH AUTO 4 DOOR SALOON FULLY LOADED PANORAMIC ROOF GORGEOUS TWO TONE PAINT WORK 21'' ALLOY WHEELS FULL LUXURIOUS CREAM LEATHER WITH RR EMBROYDED SEATS WALNUT DASH AND TRIMS ELECTRIC FRONT AND REAR MEMORY SEATS ICE COLD AIR CONDITIONING ELECTRIC WINDOWS SATALITE NAVIGATION AS NEW CONDITION INSIDE OUT SILVER BONET ROOF AND TAILGATE WITH PIN STRIPE FULL CHROME EXTERIOR TRIM ONLY COVERED 1500 MILES BUT MAY VARY AS STILL IN USE MUST BE ONE OF THE BEST ON OFFER PLEASE CALL TO ARANGE A VIEWING FINANCE AND DELIVERY AVAILABLE
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Variant name:V12 SWB ,Derivative:RR04 ,Variant: II V12 Auto Finished in Diamond black metallic with full black neutral leather interior OPTIONAL FEATURES FITTED TO THIS CAR Silver satin bonnet finish 21" 5 twin spoke Bi-colour alloy wheels Rolls Royce contrast monogram to headrests Voice control Top view camera system with side cameras Contrast stitching Tracking system Privacy glass Piano black wood interior trim STANDARD FEATURES Wide screen satellite navigation Bluetooth connectivity Power operated boot DAB radio Heated seats front and rear Electric adjustable seats with memory Soft close doors Digital music collection Auto dimming mirrors internal and external Adaptive height adjustment Automatic LED headlights with LED front lighting Keyless ignition Heat insulating double glaze glass This beautiful hand built facelift saloon is brand new with 600 miles covered. The car benefits from Rolls-Royce’s manufacturer warranty until September 2019. VAT Qualifying.
Air Conditioning, Bluetooth, Climate Control, Colour SatNav, Comms Pack, Dual Climate Zones, Full Leather, iPod Connectivity, Manufacturer Direct, Memory Seats, Rain-Sensing Wipers, Xenon Headlamps, Satellite Navigation, Alarm, Immobiliser, Locking Wheel Nuts, Remote Central Locking, Electric Seats, Heated Seats, Height Adjustable Seat, Adjustable Steering Column, Cruise Control, Multi-function Steering Wheel, Parking Camera, Power Steering, Trip Computer, Traction Control, ABS, Isofix, Multiple Airbags, Auto Lighting, Auto-dip Rearview, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, Push Button Start, Sunroof, 21'' Alloys The definition of opulence. Stunning 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith V12 Coupe For Sale at Master Car Sales Hitchin. Finished in bespoke 2-tone paint scheme with Ensign Red II Lower and Jubilee Silver Upper, this stunning piece of automotive art is not to be missed. Having had just 1 Owner and Full Rolls-Royce Service History, this example also benefits from a 4 year service back and extended warranty until 2018. From new, this particular car is very generously equipped with Surround Camera System with Side and Upper Cameras, Adaptive Headlights, Electric Sunroof, Lambswool Floor Mats, Comfort Access System with auto retractable spirit of ecstasy upon locking, 21'' Polished Alloy Wheels and much more. This is all in addition to the already mammoth standard specification which includes perfect touches like teflon coated umbrellas, auto open/close doors and tailgate, Professional Navigation System with DAB Radio and Bluetooth/USB/AUX Connectivity, Heated Leather Seats with hand-stitched Rolls-Royce Symbol, 4-zone climate control and so much more. This vehicle cost in excess of £250,000 when new. Truly must be seen to be appreciated. On Sale Now at Master Car Sales Hitchin with Fantastic Flexible Funding Options.
Full service history A magnificent example finished in unmarked Tudor Grey Metallic over Shell Grey Metallic with Grey Leather interior. 80,000 miles with original service History . All Invoices and original service book and expired Mots. First supplied to Maples Furniture in London. Rare Webasto sunroof.White wall tyres. Unmarked woodwork. Good chrome. New exhaust and brake overhaul , full service. original Radio. Low ownership and Tax exempt. Can only go up in value.Overseas delivery and extended Warranty at extra cost.
Full service history A most elegant Early Silver Spirit finished in Unmarked and Original corrosion free Exeter Blue (Non Metallic) with Excellent Magnolia Beige Leather Interior.Genuine 48,700 Miles from New with every MOT and all Handbook and Service Packs with Receipts. Air conditioning. Original Blaupunkt Radio and separate Pioneer Cassette. Lambswool Rugs. Alarm and immobiliser. 2 Keys. Previously supplied by us 3 years ago locally. Whisper quiet engine. Extended warranty and overseas delivery at extra cost. Good Number MVO1W included looks like Meow on the car.
Service history A stunning Long Wheel Base vehicle finished in Original Georgian Silver Metallic with Lovely St James Red Leather interior.All Handbooks and original stamped Service History book. Tool kit. Picnic Tables. Original Wilton carpets. Gleaming chromework. Fully serviced. Working Pioneer Radio/Cassette. Remarkably corrosion free and would make a superb Wedding car or entry into the world of Rolls Royce motoring.Extended warranty and overseas delivery at extra cost. Full Mot and drives beautifully.
Air Conditioning, Climate Control, Full Leather, Central Locking, Electric Seats, Front Centre Armrest, Head Restraints, Height Adjustable Seat, Lumbar Adjustment, UK Supplied, UK Specification, Due In Soon, CD Player, Power Hood, Electric Aerial, Electric Windows, Cruise Control, Power Steering, Premium Cloth soft top, Headlamp Jetwash A very rare Series 1A Corniche Convertible by Mulliner Park Ward. This being the final series chrome bumper Flared Arch car with Revised Mark 2 Dashboard and Carmargue Air Conditioning,46 cars in this series built. Finished in Unmarked Acrylic White with Perfect Dark Blue Hide Interior. 75,300 Miles owned by the same family for over 40 years. Maintained By Rolls Royce specialists throughout. Perfect Burr Walnut and New Wilton carpets and fully serviced. Radio/CD. Mohair Power Hood. Lambswool Rugs. Tax Exempt. Overseas delivery and extended warranty at extra cost.
Air Conditioning, Full Leather, Electric Mirrors Boss Motor Company are extremely proud to present this very rare 1985 Rolls Royce Camargue. Finished in Acrylic Silver Sand with a Dark Brown Everflex Roof. Stone Nuella Main Hide with Dark Brown Nuella Top Roll. Only 500 examples were ever produced and it remains to this day the only Rolls Royce to have been designed by Pininfarina. It was also the most expensive car in the world when released in March 1975 and very much became Rolls Royce's flagship model. This example was ordered by and delivered to Bentley Munich in April 1985 and has since resided in dry climates for the duration of its life. Having covered only 16,000 miles from new, in our opinion this car truly represents a fantastic investment opportunity.
PART EXCHANGE WELCOME TOP PRICES GIVEN , Air Conditioning, Climate Control, Full Leather, Powered Folding Mirrors, Central Locking, Remote Central Locking, Alcantara Leather, Colour Coded Interior, Electric Seats, Head Restraints, Height Adjustable Seat, Rear Armrest, Rear Headrests, Power Steering, Trip Computer, Brake Assist, Colour Coded Body, Front Fog Lamps, Electric Windows, Power Hood, Electric Aerial, CD Player, 20'' Alloys, Full main dealer service history THIS FANTASTIC EXAMPLE HAS A FULLY DOCUMENTED SERVICE HISTORY WITH ALL BILLS AND DOCUMENTATION TO PROVE THE CARS HERITAGE AND ALL MOTS FROM DAY ONE .PLEASE CALL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ,IT HAS JUST HAD IN SEPTEMBER 2015 A FULL ROLLS ROYCE SERVICE WITH AN INVOICE AMOUNTING TOO OVER £7500 spent on it ,MORE PHOTOS TO FOLLOW ELECTRIC BLUE HOOD .THE NUMBER PLATE IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF THE CAR.
Alloy wheels ****ALL VEHICLES COME WITH A MINIMUM OF 6 MONTHS RAC WARRANTY, 12 MONTHS BREAKDOWN AND HOME START***** GP Cars are delighted to present for sale, SILVER, this stunning and very rare, Alpine Centenary Edition Ghost finished in Jubilee Silver with a Neutral leather interior. This car comes with; ALPINE CENTENARY PACKAGE (20'' gloss black alloy wheels, Satin Silver bonnet, Black Gloss Radiator Grille, Collection coachline, Mahogany flare veneer, Collection clock, Collection treadplate), Professional Navigation system, Extended leather headliner, Embossed logo on headrests, Picnic tables, Liquidmetal bonnet windscreen, Polished stainless package, Visible twin exhaust tailpipes, Rear view camera with top view, Ambient light package, Panoramic glass roof, Electric adjustable comfort seats, Automatic high beam control, Lane deviation warning, Driving assistance plus, Side view camera, Stolen vehicle tracking, Adaptive headlights, BMW tele services, Rear seat entertainment experience, Bluetooth integration, Apps interface, Night vision with object recognition, TV Function, Head up display, DAB tuner, DVD Changer, Category 1 alarm and immobiliser. This car is HPI clear, we accept credit and debit card payments, we can organise competitive finance for you and we would be happy to take your current vehicle in as part exchange. Viewing by appointment only (HH14HHH) Private plate to be retained. £199,993, If somebody replies with the e-mail address leontommy6gmail.com, please disreg
Sand Hide Upholstery with Beige Piping, Light Beige Wilton Carpets with Sand Piping, Burr Wood Internal Trims, fantastic interior and exterior chrome work, 5 owners from new, originally supplied by Martin Walter Rolls Royce Canterbury and serviced by them at 2736 miles in 07/80, 7891 miles in 11/80, 12096 miles in 05/81, 18858 miles in 11/81, 23943 miles in 04/82, 29708 miles in 11/82, 35340 miles in 03/83, 42361 miles in 01/84, 48520 miles in 09/84, 48520 miles in 09/84, 55937 miles in 01/86, 62801 miles in 03/88, 65098 miles in 09/88 then North Downs Rolls Royce Canterbury at 68664 miles in 09/89 and 73649 miles in 12/90, Shadow Motorcars Gillingham at 79875 miles in 04/95, 84359 miles in 04/97, 85821 miles in 05/00, 86792 miles in 12/01, 87184 miles in 10/03, 87366 miles in 12/07, Herne Motors Canterbury at 89044 miles in 10/14, 12 months MOT, many original MOT's and invoices for completed works, this particular Shadow II is in exceptional condition and has been used on occasions by ourselves over the last couple of years but, alas, it's time for a new home for this fast appreciating coach built classic.
Exterior: English White Interior: Hotspur Red Full Natural Grain Leather with Black Accents / Piano Black Wood & Rolls Royce Monogram to All Seats with Black Piping Deep Red Hood 21'' Forged Chrome Polished Alloy WheelsCashmere HeadliningLambswool Floor MatsHeadup DisplayTV TunerCamera SystemLane Departure Warning SystemHigh Beam AssistComfort AccessGaraged Door OpenerDriver Assist Pack 1Ambient LightingChrome Exhaust TailpipesStolen Vehicle Tracker SystemBalance of 4 Year Warranty & Service Plan
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