This beautifully presented low mileage Rolls Royce MPW was purchased new on the 9th August 1969, supplied in Regency Red with Beige leather upholstery by J Barclay. The first owner, a Mr Morrison in Glasgow had the Rolls Royce serviced with local agent’s A & D Fraser Ltd on the 28th August 1969 at 1353 miles, 24th March 1970 at 6199 miles and on the 10th December 1970 at 12208 miles. In June 1971 Rolls Royce Crewe serviced the car at 16000 miles before the car was sold by S.P Broughton & Company Ltd to a Captain Coles in Gloucestershire. S.P Broughton, the Cheltenham main agents maintained the car until 1989, carrying out all MOT’s during the 1980’s and recording servicing at 25439, 31647, 32959, 33812 and 58471 miles. In 2001 the MPW changed hands at 62000 miles and invoices are present from Royce Service and Engineering for over £14,000 between 2004 and 2010 for maintenance and upkeep. This included overhauling the alternator, new windscreen seal and boot seal, new power steering hoses, all new coolant hoses, new thermostat, new manifold gaskets, stripping carburettors and replacing the jet assemblies, various upkeep to brakes and suspension and in 2009 bodywork and paintwork to
This is an outstanding Mulliner-bodied 20/25 with rare creased wings, twin mounted wheels, P100 lamps and totally original interior. It is in good condition throughout and has recently had a fortune spent on perfecting mechanical aspects.
1967 Rolls-Royce Mulliner Park Ward Coupe. Delivered as a new car to Texas, this car enjoyed a 'dry-state' existence for many years. A similar car was used by Steve McQueen in the film "the Thomas Crown Affair. Factory fitted options include Sundym glass in all windows and a lowered steering coloumn bracket. Original build sheet and inspection list from the factory included with the extensive history file. 55,140