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Rolls-Royce 25/30 cars for sale

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Rolls-Royce 25/30
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  • 996 4S Coupe Manual

    £25,495 £25,495

    996 4S Coupe. 6 speed Manual transmission. First registered 17/03/2003 03-registration. Finished in Basalt Black Metallic with full Black leather interior. A unique opportunity and a particularly special car maintained irrespective of cost with the added benefit of a recent Hartech Engine Rebuild 17/12/2013 at a mileage of 75,655. The engine rebuild (total cost £10,808.40) included new cylinders, new crank shaft oil jets, new piston rings, new timing chain set, crank to intermediate chain guide, new intermediate shaft with later type bearing and stronger spindle, new crank shaft bearings (big end, main and thrust), new low temperature thermostat, new oil separator, new spark plugs and new engine mounts.

    • Year: 2003
    • Mileage: 87000 mi
    For sale
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  • 1959 Rolls-Royce Hooper Silver Cloud I Empress LWB

    £81,250 £81,250

    1959 Rolls-Royce Hooper Silver Cloud I Empress LWB Two Door Saloon Coupe, chassis BLC35 and engine C34B. The Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I was built between 1955 and 1959 with a total of 2360 units, of which 122 were long wheelbase models, which first came available in 1957. There were only 121 short wheelbase chassis that were fitted with special coach-built bodies and of the long wheelbase versions only 36 were ever bodied. The Silver Cloud & quot;Empress & quot; was one of these rare long wheelbase coach models. Eighteen examples of the Silver Cloud I Empress LWB were made by Hooper and it is one of the last creations made by the renowned Hooper Coachbuilding Company before they ceased coach building in 1959. This is Design # 8546, a Two Door 4 Light Saloon Coupe that is the only one ever produced by Hooper. It incorporates a long sweeping line and very pretty and distinctive, swirling spats at the rear. Rolls-Royce records show that this car was originally purchased by The Daily Telegraph Newspaper/Lady Camrose, the long-time companion and eventual wife of John Seymour Berry, 2nd Viscount Camrose (12 July 1909 15 February 1995). Berry was a British nobleman, politician, and owner

    • Year: 1959
    For sale
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