- 1 of 606 made and formerly the property of Freddie Truman OBE - Tan leather upholstery, 34,600 recorded miles, recent service - Said to 'drive well and be a joy to own', MOT'd till May 2016 Further info: Finished in Caribbean Blue with Tan leather interior, this 1967 Rolls-Royce Mulliner Park Ward was previously the property of Freddie Truman OBE. The two-door Saloon is understood to have had just four former keepers and to show an unwarranted 34,566 miles to its odometer. Riding on Pirelli tyres and benefiting from a reconditioned steering pump, new flexible brake hoses, reconditioned radiator, refreshed brightwork (including a new rear bumper), a recent full service and MOT. The body is in very good condition having been recently resprayed, the engine and transmission are both sound. With very interesting history and a collection of recent invoices, the MPW drives well and is a joy to own.
1967 rolls-royce silver shadow mpw 2-door leather rolls royce rwd luxury 4-seater 2wd
The Motor House, Lyncastle Road
Warrington, WA4 4SN, Cheshire
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