Chassis number: 3-BT-67 Registration number: CRG400 A very rare car. Of the 727 examples produced, very few were done as cabriolets with most carrying more formal coachwork. This car has been under long term ownership for the last decades. During this time the engine had a full major & costly rebuild by noted marque specialists Taylors of Birdham. In addition to the Mechanics, the paint was also done as was the leather. Coachwork is by "King of Coachbuilders" Messers Hooper & CO. It takes the form of an all weather four door cabriolet with both sets of doors hinged from central upright pillars. The body is to Hoopers usual high standards of fit & finish resulting in a rattle free ride & doors that shut like those on a train carriage. Finished in Dark Blue over mid blue the paintwork makes for a striking appearance & is in excellent order. To the interior is grey leather to all seating surfaces Complimented by royal blue carpets & grey over rugs. The car is equipped with very wide occasional seats making it a true 8 seat vehicle providing the occupants are reasonably svelte & lissom. On the occasion of collecting the car from Chichester we wafted over to the Rolls Royce factory wher
1937 rolls-royce phantom iii all weather convertible hooper blue restored rolls royce rwd luxury 4-seater 2wd
Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate
Medmenham, RM17 6ST , Buckinghamshire
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