Chassis number: 118MY Registration number CG4554 Delivered to the first owner John Sutcliffe-Pyman at his home Norsebury Estate, Hampshire. Sutcliffe-Pyman (a scion of the Pyman Shipping family) was an early motorist who is first noted in connection with vehicles as early as 1907 A rare & desirable much sought after continental Model. This car comes from the collection of the late Sir James Cayzer Bart, a man known for his extensive Rolls Royce collection & fastidious no expense spared approach to their maintenance. The car comes with over £40,000 of recent bills from the last seven years including fitment of overdrive & a new cylinder head. With the overdrive fitted & already long gearing, the car runs effortlessly at 70 to 80mph in modern traffic. The braking system has been completely overhauled giving a pin sharp feeling to the pedal & making the drive believe he were in a far more modern car. Likewise the suspension is supple & the steering precise & direct. We recently drove the car 250 miles & can attest to the wonderful running order it is in, needing nothing done. Coachwork is a particularly low slung & rakish affair by Park Ward. Continental cues include angled louvers do
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