NOVEMBER 2014, DARKEST TUNGSTEN GREY METALLIC, BLACK LEATHER, SILVER CONTRAST STITCHING, PAINO BLACK WOOD VENEER, 21" FIVE SPOKE ALLOY WHEELS, DRIVER ASSISTANCE PACKAGE - HEADS UP DISPLAY, HIGH-BEAM ASSISTANCE, LANE DEPARTURE WARNING, CAMERA PACKAGE-REVERSE CAMERA, SIDE CAMERAS, LAMBSWOOL OVER RUGS, BLACK CASHMERE HEADLINING, COMFORT ENTRY SYSTEM, ROLLS-ROYCE LOGO TO HEADRESTS, DAB RADIO, BLUETOOTH, EXPOSED REAR EXHAUSTS.
• Year: 2014
• Mileage: 1700 mi
Chassis number: GEX11 Registration number: JJ6375 Recently completed & in fine order throughout. This car comes to us with brand new paint, black leather & black carpets. The engine was also extensively rebuilt & is still being run in with new pistons re-ground crank etc etc. The exhaust has also been replaced with a newly fabricated more sporting item. To the rear is a large motoring trunk. More pictures Home Page
• Year: 1933
Type: Used Year: 2013 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: PHANTOM Trim: Drophead Coupe VAT Q Auto Body: Convertible Trans: Automatic Mileage: 25000 Engine Size: 6749 Ext Color: White with Brushed Steel Bonnet with Full Black Leather
• Mileage: 25000 mi
• Engine size: 6749
Type: Used Year: 2015 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: PHANTOM Trim: LHD VAT Q AUTO NEW UNREG Body: Coupe Trans: Automatic Mileage: 100 Engine Size: 6749 Ext Color: Diamond Black Metallic with Light Cream Leather
• Mileage: 100 mi
• Engine size: 6749
The Rolls-Royce Camargue is considered by many to be the most unique Rolls-Royce ever. This 2-door coupé was introduced in March 1975 and remained in production until 1986. The body was signed by the Italian designer Sergio Pininfarina and for the first time after the second world war not within the company. The Camargue was also the first Rolls-Royce designed using the metric system. 525 cars were built, plus a special ordered Bentley Camargue. This beautiful original left hand drive Camargue is in a stunning original condition, and produced in a specific color combination. Only 53,000 miles driven, and comes from the second owner. The beautiful cream Connolly leather interior has all luxury such as electric adjustable seats, air conditioning etc. This Rolls just perfect! Due to its small production number, and exclusivity also very interesting as an investment! Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055
• Year: 1983
• Mileage: 32240 mi
Chassis number: 176GN Registration number: SV4151 An unusually tall grand imposing & upright Barker swept tail body that would more commonly be expected to be found on a Phantom III. The car indeed started life as a Hibbard & Darrin Sedanca; the coachwork 10 years later being deemed to be old fashioned, the car was then sent to Barker who clothed in in the current body we find on the car today. The body has real presence eliciting admiring comments from all who see it. The car has had extensive works undertaken to it during the last two decades by the enthusiast owner. This includes a full repaint to a very high standard in maroon & black. Various engine works have also been undertaken resulting in a powerful engine that starts readily & pulls extremely strongly. The most recent works just completed came to close to £10,000 & were done by Marque specialists The Priory Vintage Car Company prior to the car being put up for sale with us. The recent works included attention to the brakes, rewinding of the magneto, setting up of the engine & control linkages, fitment of shock absorbers etc etc etc; the invoice is detailed & meticulous. As a result the car goes extremely well cruising at
• Year: 1930
Features : Original Rolls-Royce Paris, Registered in BELGIUM, 35 Month Manufacturer Warranty. Comment : Support package driver configuration Theatre "dvd" rear, Comfort Access with keyless keys, panoramic sunroof, luggage compartment with support garment massage function, directional headlamps, TV tuner, RR monogram on the seams with headrests, rear retractable shelves full piano black, visible tailpipes, monogram Spirit of Ecstasy on the door panel ... More information on request ...
• Year: 2009
• Mileage: 2486 mi
Chassis number: GVO49/GXO104 Registration number: ET7878 Engine Number: EB3D This delightful Rolls started life as a 1929 O Series 20hp, chassis No. GVO49. The build cards show it was later returned to the factory and converted to 20/25 specification. Now rechristened No. GXO104 it was delivered to Rippon Brothers, who crafted its attractive Saloon body. The first keeper was Alderman A.R. Habershon of Rotherham, to whom the car was supplied on October 30, 1933. The Dark Green coachwork is topped by a fabric covering and the interior trimmed in Green hide that's complemented by matching- coloured carpet and wood facia and door cappings. The Rolls has very good bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, six-cylinder engine, and four-speed manual gearbox. ET 7878 has remained within the same ownership for nearly 50 years, during which time it has annexed multiple concours trophies and been a winner of the RREC conservation class. Delightful original details abound. The roof is equipped with a smokers hatch & twin hat racks of braided cord running inside the roof. The rear interior quarters likewise have lattice braided cord & a pair of period reading lamps. Brocade hanging handles allow for
• Year: 1929
1929 saw the arrival of the Rolls-Royce Phantom II which set new standards for others to follow. It 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 1,400 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. Chassis No 14GX was originally completed in September of 1931, finished with saloon coachwork by Freestone & Webb, as specified by the first owner Sir John Leigh. At some point in its early life, for reasons unknown, the coachwork was changed to a Sedanca de Ville body. Chassis No 14GX was acquired by the most recent owner in the 1960's, in a dilapidated state. And it remained that way until the mid 1990s when the restoration works began to bring the car back to its former glory. No stone was unturned during the body off restoration, which culminated in 2006 with the completion of the works. A large number of photographs are present in the history file, documenting the transformation over several years. The end product is in very good order throughout and drives just as one would want and expect. The interior is finished in grey leather with a winding glass division for added privacy. The mystery about the coachwork has become a little clearer in recent times, with the publication of an advert for another Phantom II, Chassis No 198GY, a Sedanca de Ville by Windovers. An advert appeared in 2013 marketing this car for sale in Europe and it would appear to be identical in almost every facet when compared to Chassis No 14GX. So although the coachwork on Chassis No 14GX cannot be identified beyond doubt, the fact that it is almost identical to 198GY would suggest that its coachwork is almost certainly by Windovers. This stylish Phantom II is beautifully finished following such extensive works in recent years and ready for the next chapter in its life.
• Year: 1931
From late 1906 onwards Rolls-Royce Ltd began production of their 40/50hp which later became known as the Silver Ghost. The London Motor Show at Olympia in November of 1906 heralded its introduction to the motoring world and by the spring of 1907 the first batch of deliveries were met. The leading coach makers of the time were familiar with being provided with the under carriage from the manufacturers and constructing a body to suit their customers' requests. Rolls-Royce continued with this tried and tested method, providing chassis and engine to the coachbuilder of the customer's choice who constructed the bodywork, painted, trimmed and furnished the car to order. Almost overnight long established coach makers who had been in business for generations had to adapt their way of thinking away from horse drawn carriage to the new horseless vehicle. The Silver Ghost became an almost instant success thanks to the soundness of its design and the pain staking lengths the Rolls-Royce engineers and workmen went to during construction. Its reputation was enhanced further in 1911 following the trial cars successful London to Edinburgh round trip using only top gear, demonstrating the power and flexibility of the engine, whilst easing any lingering doubts of potential customers who were previously more at home with a set of reins than a steering wheel. Following the end of hostilities in 1918 there was a shift away from the previous Edwardian style of body construction. However the tried and tested policy of supplying chassis only allowed Rolls-Royce customers almost unlimited choice and freedom when choosing the style of their new motor car. Fashions and tastes inevitably changed but Rolls-Royce customers moved with the times ensuring the continued success of this now legendary motor car. By 1925 the exceptionally successful eighteen year production run of the Silver Ghost had firmly put Rolls-Royce at the forefront of motor car production. The term 'The Best Car in the World' had been deservedly earnt. It is fair to say that the Ghost's efficiency, reliability and superb performance were unmatched at the time and its reputation laid the foundations for the continued success of the company. Arguably one of the most desirable and iconic coachwork designs on the Silver Ghost chassis was the London to Edinburgh open tourer, with its sleek lines and very attractive appearance. Chassis No 48CE which we are currently offering for sale was completed in March of 1921 and shipped directly to the United States. Early records of the car are sparse, but it did appear in the 1968 RROC directory, listed as the property of Mr William D Small of St Louis, with the car listed as a Locke camp wagon at the time. In more recent times, the car was extensively restored by Silver Ghost expert Jonathan Harley, listed in his excellent book 'The Silver Ghost'. The coachwork was replaced with a beautifully proportioned London to Edinburgh style body, finished in light grey and trimmed in black button leather. The mechanical aspects were also completed to the highest standard, ensuring the car drives exactly as it should. It is a pleasure to drive and beautifully prepared. This superbly finished Silver Ghost should be seen in person to be truly appreciated.
• Year: 1921
• Engine size: 7.4
Type: Used Year: 2014 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: WRAITH Trim: 14/63 VAT Qualifying Body: Coupe Trans: Semi Automatic Mileage: 5550 Engine Size: 6592 Ext Color: Metropolitan Blue
• Mileage: 5550 mi
• Engine size: 6592
Make Enquiry Download Images Current Stocklist Service Centre 100 Point Checkover Finished in Shell Grey with Silverstone interior piped in Charcoal with Walnut picnic tables. Only 28,000 miles with a full and complete history including letters from previous owners and all old MOTs. This car is in truly outstanding condition and very original throughout. Outstanding value
• Year: 1980
• Mileage: 28000 mi
The Classic Car Gallery is proud to present this stunning 1997 Rolls Royce Silver Dawn. This Rolls Royce is a one-owner car with only 27,000 miles. The Silver Dawn, though not as well known as some other Rolls models, is a four door sedan that shares the amazing build quality, mechanicals and many of the timeless body lines of the better known models that make Rolls Royce stand out from the crowd. The owner of this car passed away in 2007, and the car has sat in climate controlled storage since. We took the car out of storage, and revived her. She received a full service, including FULL REBUILD OF ALL BRAKES, including calipers and pads, all fluids and assorted seals around the car. The car also received new tires. The car runs and drives as would be expected of a 27,000 vehicle. The original Black paint is in very good shape with deep shine and luster. The Tan leather interior is supple and soft throughout, again, as would be expected of a low mileage car. The leather headliner sags slightly, not enough to require repair. All wood and veneers throughout the car are uncracked, well preserved and have great burl. All of her mechanical systems work properly and the A/C blows ice co
• Year: 1997
• Mileage: 27000 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: 1951
This 1984 Rolls Royce Corniche is in the classic Tudor Red color code (9510453) with Tan (code VM4134) piped red VM3086 and has less than 78k miles. Purchased by the current owner in 1985 locally at Monterey (California) Jaguar, Rolls Royce, Ferrari. Rolls Royce, a car that has been in development for nearly 85 years. A gradual, systematic evolution with every improvement throughly researched, tested and perfected before acceptance. A process that has led to the fabled Rolls Royce ride. This Corniche 2 door convertible has been on the Monterey Peninsuala with the same owner for the last 30 years. A two owner car. Mechanically sound. The last major work was completed in 2008 with 76,766 miles. This included: -Brakes pads, brake hoses and brake lines. -Accumulator spheres, O rings and hoses -Gas springs and O rings. -Gear box mount, brake pump seal kit and pipe O rings. -Power steering return hose. -Replace #1 and #2 brake pumps -Replace parking brake pads -Clean service brake reservoir. -Replace leaking power steering cooler. The paint is weak on the car and the interior is un-restored. California titled and blue California plate. A very original car that is in good running and driv
• Year: 1984
• Mileage: 77866 mi
Finished in Diamond black metallic with full black premium leather interior Optional features fitted to this car Drivers Assistance pack to include high beam assist, lane departure warning system and head up display. Extended Rolls-Royce provenance warranty Reversing camera Side view cameras Front ventilated seats Comfort entry system Rolls-Royce stitched seat emblems in Seashell contrast stitching Lounge seat Panorama sunroof 6x DVD changer Front massage seats 20” Gloss black alloy wheels Digital TV DAB radio Chrome plated visible exhausts Privacy glass Black boot trim Piano black interior trim Standard features Rear entertainment to include rear monitors, digital TV and wireless headphones. Wide screen satellite navigation Bluetooth connectivity Power operated boot Heated seats Soft close doors Adaptive air suspension LED daytime running lights Electric and auto dimming exterior mirrors Digital music collection Cruise control Front and rear parking assistance Complimentary umbrellas Electric adjustable seats with memory This beautiful hand built saloon is presented in exceptional condition throughout and has covered only 23700 miles by its 1 former keeper. Car comes complete with
• Year: 2010
Make Enquiry Download Images Current Stocklist Service Centre 100 Point Checkover Finished in Peacock Blue with Cream interior and Cream carpets. This car is beautiful and has only covered 39,700 miles. With history, known to ourselves for last 2 years. Just undergone a full hydraulic service 12 months ago. A superb collector’s car.
• Year: 1981
• Mileage: 39700 mi
Make Enquiry Download Images Current Stocklist Service Centre 100 Point Checkover Finished in Exeter Blue with Cream interior piped in French Navy and French Navy carpets piped in Cream. Stored by the previous owner for the last 8 years. Known to ourselves for last 22 years, has covered only 77,000 miles with FSH and will have a full hydraulic service before delivery. Outstanding value for money.
• Year: 1980
• Mileage: 77000 mi
This 1990 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur II is an absolutely beautiful example with just 17k original miles and one owner from new. White with tan leather interior. Excellent condition inside and out. Quite a spectacular car to own for just $29,500.
• Year: 1990
This 1983 Rolls Royce Silver Spur is an honest original example that could use minor cosmetics. Black with tan interior and 100k miles. It runs and drives well. Factory books included. A lot of car for only $8,950
• Year: 1983
• Mileage: 100 mi
Make Enquiry Download Images Current Stocklist Service Centre 100 Point Checkover 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
Make Enquiry Download Images Current Stocklist Service Centre 100 Point Checkover 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
Make Enquiry Download Images Current Stocklist Service Centre 100 Point Checkover Finished in Balmoral Green with Georgian Silver coach lines with Spruce Green interior piped in St James. Only 44,000 miles with Full Service History. A real Gem, cars in this condition are so rarely found, not to be missed.
• Year: 1992
• Mileage: 44000 mi
Make Enquiry Download Images Current Stocklist Service Centre 100 Point Checkover Finished in Meteor Blue with Cotswold Rouched interior piped with French Navy. Fitted with picnic tables and vanity mirrors. Electric rear seats with lumber and heated. Full Service History, immaculate condition throughout. Must be seen.
• Year: 2000
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