Chassis number: GUL17 Registration number: CYE305. A very rare unique & unusual Rolls Royce. GUL17 was sold originally on 19th February 1936 by Jack Barclay to One Victor Jobson of Qualcast Ltd. The chassis was sent to H.J. Mulliner in Chiswick where the body was fitted. In 1937 for reasons unknown the original Mulliner body was moved to Chassis GWN70 At the behest of the owner, Jobson. The Chassis was then shipped to Aberdeen where it had been purchased by a Mr Young of Aberdeen motors. Young commissioned the current body in 1937/8 from coach-builders J & W Georgeson; a firm whom's primary expertise lay in construction of bus bodies. It is they who were responsible for the rakish & highly unusual 2 door coupe coachwork we find on the car today. They in turn sold the car to Mr James Scott of Inchgarth, Pitfodels; A building contractor & shareholder in Aberdeen motors. Scott employed the services of a chauffeur to conduct him in the car. A large man, Scott was remembered as a gentleman who was always well turned out in pinstripe suit, bowler hat & never seen without a carnation in his lapel. He used the car apparently up until his 85th year at which time it was sold to one Arthur Gr
1936 rolls-royce 25 30 golfers coupe dickey black rolls royce rwd luxury 4-seater 2wd
Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate
Medmenham, RM17 6ST , Buckinghamshire
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