Chassis number: GYK14 Registration Number: YP9957 Off test on the 17th September 1926. this chassis was sent to Windovers for 3/4 coupe coachwork with dickey. In 1997 the car was found in a dilapidated condition & a full restoration was undertaken. A very period picture comes with the car showing it doing service for a local fire brigade, ladders & all. Dick Brockman was commissioned to construct the lovely open touring coachwork we find on the car today. A full engine overhaul was undertaken along with attention to all mechanical items. The car was also completely rewired at this time. Post restoration the car was regularly but sparingly used with fewer & fewer miles between MOT's until the recent sad passing of the late owner. The car is finished in a bright Maroon & black colour scheme that suits it very well, the paint being in fine order. The bright-work is also lovely, with much of it having been redone during restoration. To the rear is a capacious motoring trunk. The interior leather is biscuit coloured & in very fine order complimented by similarly hued carpets. A slab of Burr walnut serves as the dashboard along with the requisite instrument set. The car comes with a set
1926 rolls-royce 20hp open tourer black leather restored rolls royce rwd luxury 4-seater 2wd
Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate
Medmenham, RM17 6ST , Buckinghamshire
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