Chassis number LCC.45 is one of the very rare, desirable LWB James Young aluminum bodied Rolls Royce Silver Clouds. The chassis was delivered to James Young Coachbuilders on the 22nd August 1961 and the car was delivered by Jack Barclay Ltd to its first owner, Heritable & General Investment Bank Ltd, London on 9th March 1962, also of Berkeley Square, W1. The Rolls Royce was supplied in Tudor Grey with Beige leather, power assisted steering and division.
This stunning SCT 100 Rolls Royce covered very little mileage in and around London in its first thirteen years, changing hands for the first time in July 1975. We have an MOT certificate from 1975 to confirm the mileage was just 22,285. The second owner in Surrey didn't keep the car long and in September 1975 Jack Barclay Ltd sold the Rolls Royce to its third owner in Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA. We have records to confirm the Rolls Royce won a first in class at a Rolls Royce event in Dearborn, Michigan in 1977. By 1977 the Rolls Royce had covered 24000 miles.
The Rolls Royce returned to the UK in 1988 having being kept in lovely, original condition as expected when participating in club events. We know that since been back in the UK,
1962 rolls-royce silver cloud ii s c t 100 leather long-wheel-base power-steering rolls royce rwd luxury 4-seater 2wd
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