Chassis Number: T658 Body Number RA507 Registration Number: 844YUR Rare & Beautiful; it is believed that just 48 Hurlinghams were produced. This example is a four owner car that was exported to South Africa in 1936 & has recently returned to these shores. The car has undergone a meticulous restoration at the hands of the last owner; a noted & fastidious collector in Cape Town. Vauxhall advertised the Hurlingham in the Motor on December 3rd 1929, referring to it as the Hurlingham 2-seater, although in fact the single dickey to the rear provides a third seat. The advert also featured the latest of Phillips patriotic inventions, a Britannia figure with the legend “Pride of British”. Priced at £650 with its voluptuous boat type aluminium body resplendent with motorboat style scuttle vents, standard bolt-on wire wheels and twin V-screens, the Hurlingham represented good value by the standards of the day. The art deco detailing was superb, with a chrome strake on the scuttle that swooped up to form the central windscreen pillar. This line was then picked up in the cockpit by the shape of the seat back divider which merged into a central fin down to the tail of the car. Pleasingly the per
1929 vauxhall hurlingham red 4-speed red-leather restored leather red-interior
Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate
Medmenham, RM17 6ST , Buckinghamshire
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