Chassis number: 83EH Registration number: DH1246 An imposing car; having been beautifully rebodied many years ago by Marsden-Jacobs as a rakish torpedo bodied dual cowl tourer. The rear quarters have a hinge up lid allowing ingress & egress for the rear passengers who are protected by a flip up windscreen. The car is finished in a tasteful two tone pale grey & mid grey colour scheme. To the interior is red hide to the front & rear along with red carpets. Much mechanical work has been undertaken resulting in a very quiet running engine that runs cool & pulls very strongly. This allied to a revised rear axle makes for effortless cruising at motorway speeds, 60 MPH being actual when 50 is indicated. Unusually, the car has a hydraulic power assisted steering set up fitted. I usually disparage such modifications, but have revised my opinions since driving the car. It makes it easy to drive & allows for exact placement of the car then entering & exiting roundabouts for example with none of the wrestling & effort required as on a standard car. Parking lot maneuvering is likewise an effortless affair. The car has just arrived with us after a 30 year sojourn in Holland. We are in the proces
1928 rolls-royce phantom 1 dual cowl tourer grey power-steering red-leather leather red-interior rolls royce rwd luxury 4-seater 2wd
Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate
Medmenham, RM17 6ST , Buckinghamshire
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