1932' Rolls-Royce 20/25
1932 ROLLS ROYCE 20/25 FOUR DOOR SALOON BY PARK WARD
VERY ORIGINAL CONDITION -
This amazing untouched Park Ward Bodied 20/25 Chassis number GKT-19 is a credit to its 6 previous keepers. It was supplied new in 1932 and still retains its original valuable registration number CG1300 and its original buff log book. Finished in black with tobacco brown leather trim in great condition for the year and beautifully fitted with period features including glass flower vase and rope handles.
The first owner, a Colonel in the British Army, sold the vehicle after the Second World War in 1945 to the second owner who kept the vehicle until 1951 whereby he registered it into his company’s name, eventually selling in 1961. The third owner kept the Rolls for 4 years until 1965 and then sold on to the fourth keeper whom had the vehicle until 1976 selling it on to Mr Alan Browne, the Branch Chairman of the Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club (interesting newspaper article included in the paperwork). The Rolls Royce was used sparingly by Mr Browne and clocked up 16,000 miles in his 37 years of ownership until his passing in 2013, as can be seen in the MOT Certificates supplied with the paperwork. Virtually unused since, this Rolls also comes with the tools stored in the underside tool box, spare keys, photocopies of the Chassis Card details including the original bill of sale and various invoices/ bills for work carried out over the years including an engine rebuild in 1982.
This motorcar is probably one of the most original, low ownership, unrestored Rolls Royce’s on the market and it is a pleasure to drive. Sold with the number plate of NXS 591 £39995
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- 23 Janvier 2021