Chassis number: GRM11 Registration number: DGN167 A beautiful dual cowl car under long term ownership for the past few decades. The car wears a post war body fitted early on by Pemberton of Stone. The body is of traditional aluminium over a finely crafted ash frame & is not dissimilar to the Wingham cabriolets produced in period my Martin Walter. To the interior is burgundy leather in good order throughout with a light patina of use. This is complimented by Maroon carpets again in very good condition. An Auster screen cunningly cantilevers out of a storage recess affording protection to the rear passengers along with its mohair knee cover. A commodious boot affords excellent luggage storage for continental touring. The paintwork is black over cream & is in good condition throughout. It is complimented by a black hood which is also in good order. The hood is of the disappearing variety that tucks down behind the rear seats allowing an uninterrupted view behind. The hood has a snug cover that snaps over it when down giving a very tidy & finished appearance. A full set of side screens come with the car. Ace wheel discs are fitted all round, including to the side mounted spare. The car
1936 rolls-royce 25 30 convertible burgundy leather rolls royce rwd luxury 4-seater 2wd
Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate
Medmenham, RM17 6ST , Buckinghamshire
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