This wonderful Rolls Royce 20/25 Sports Saloon by H.J Mulliner was delivered on the 13th September 1932 to Major Bradstock of the famous London MG dealership University Motors. Interestingly, MG was a London Metropolitan number plate and it was frequently used by the MG Car Company to register their cars. The Rolls Royce was supplied with a long type chassis, offside spare wheel, locks to bonnet and polished bonnet hinges. The Rolls Royce was in London for its first year and in 1933 it was sold to L.A Clowes Esq in Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Between 1933 and 1961 the Rolls Royce changed hands three times, all within Derbyshire. From 1962 the car was unregistered and off the road and when changing hands again in 1964, the Rolls Royce was back on the road. In 1978 a Rolls Royce with an identical body was advertised in 'The Times' newspaper, stated that it was 'believed to be one of two bodies produced of this type'. This suggests MG 1933 was the other, making this an almost unique opportunity.
This beautiful car has been with its last owner since 1991 and has attended many RREC events over the years. The Rolls Royce has been kept in excellent mechanical order and has attended events all
1932 rolls-royce 20 25 sports saloon grey leather unregistered rolls royce rwd luxury 4-seater 2wd
Corner Farm, West Knapton
West Knapton, YO17 8JB, North Yorkshire
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