Chassis number: GLZ28 Registration number: B301 (Danish.) A very Rare Continental Bodied Park Ward 20/25 designed by Evan Evernden who designed some of the more beautiful Phantom II continentals. Only three are believed produced to this design. The car was originally delivered from the factory, by steamship to Madras in India, where it was delivered to a Doctor Rangerary, the director of the Shell Burma oil Company. In 1938 It returned to England, and lived for many years in Bristol. In 1978 the former owner Bjarne Joergensen took it to Denmark having purchased it from Terry Talbot. The car has been in Denmark with two owners for 37 years. The car is featured in several books on the Marque. The car has been fastidiously maintained by the last two enthusiast owners who have put a little over 1000 miles per year on it on average. Extensive works have been completed including a full rewire, new ash framing to the coachwork where required, new red leather, carpets, Headlining, etc, etc. The all important ash "A" posts have been replaced with new. All instruments work correctly & are in their appointed places in the refinished Teak wood dash board, The car is currently owned by The Chai
1933 rolls-royce 20 25 continental bodied sports saloon red red-leather restored leather red-interior rolls royce rwd luxury 4-seater 2wd
Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate
Medmenham, RM17 6ST , Buckinghamshire
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