Chassis number: 56HG Registration number: WY8329 Barker & Co. Ltd. were the favoured coach-builders for Silver Ghost chassis No: 56HG which was ordered in December 1922 and delivered in chassis form to Barkers on 31st January 1923. The completed car was delivered to G Dugdale & Co. Ltd. of Deansgate, Manchester, for their esteemed customer Sir Amos Nelson of Manor House, Thornden-in-Craven; a Yorkshire cotton manufacturer. The car was still in use in 1938 in the ownership of an S White and in 1963 passed through the hands of notable dealer Cecil Bendall, who sold the car to an Oliver Purks. In 1964 the car passed into Dutch ownership and some thirty or so years later it was back in England before crossing the water yet again to Ireland. Whilst in Irish ownership the car has been most actively used in Ireland Section R-R.E.C. Events, as well as participating regularly in the Irish Veteran and Vintage Car Club’s Gordon Bennett Rally. Seven years ago the car was Purchased by a Hampshire Wine maker & sparsely used on high days & holidays for local jaunts & tours of the vineyard properties. During this the car had a complete & full engine rebuild by A & S engineering, a large part of wh
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Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate
Medmenham, RM17 6ST , Buckinghamshire
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