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  • RefCode: TA1103020
  • Make: BENTLEY
  • Model: DERBY
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,937
  • Mileage (Miles): 90,000
  • Mileage (KM): 144,840
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

1937 Derby Bentley 4.25 Liter Overdrive MR Series for sale. Chassis number: B-74-MR Registration number: GS8516 One of only 200 M Series overdrive cars built. This Derby Bentley 4.25 is fitted with the standard high ratio rear axle making for very long legged and rapid cruising at modern day speeds. The Derby Bentley 4.25 was re-bodied in 1978 to a James Young design as a two seater drop head, replacing the original Mulliner 2 door Saloon coachwork that had come to the end of its useful life. The aluminum coachwork is very elegant with a sweeping tail line giving a streamlined fastback appearance with the roof down. The Derby Bentley 4.25 has an easily erected black canvas hood that stows in the boot or behind the rear seats. The Derby Bentley 4.25 is finished in two tone mid blue over dark blue. To the interior is black leather matched with black carpets. The wooden dash board is recently refinished and contains the full complement of the usual instrumentation. Mechanically the Derby Bentley 4.25 is in fine order with the engine having been fully overhauled and rebuilt by noted Marque specialists, Ristes of Nottingham just 13,000 miles ago. The Derby Bentley 4.25 comes with extensive records from the last decades attesting to regular servicing and fettling. The engine starts readily and is a quiet powerful unit. This, combined with the light weight coachwork makes it a fast touring car well suited to rallies and long distance travel. .. A gallery of large high-resolution pictures may be viewed on our website. .. Office 01375 379719 Paul 07955 588019 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment : Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate, Grays, Essex, RM17 6ST

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  • RefCode: TA1155252
  • Make: BENTLEY
  • Model: SPEED 8
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,949
  • Mileage (Miles): 47,000
  • Mileage (KM): 75,639
  • Colour: Green
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

1949 Bentley Speed Eight by Racing Green. Registration number: LTU281 Chassis number: B489EW In brand new condition, this Racing Green Bentley Speed Eight has covered only shakedown miles since build. It is finished in Traditional Bentley Racing Green & sports a crate fresh Straight Eight B80 Engine. Perfection needs but few words. These racing green cars give one the full vintage motoring experience without any of the dramas that can be associated with running original cars when not properly prepared & looked after. The gear change is easy. The cars always start even after long winter layups. The suspension is soft supple & modern. A gallery of large high-resolution pictures may be viewed on our website. Office 01375 379719 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 Christoff Cowens 07772188037 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment : Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate, Grays, Essex, RM17 6ST

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  • RefCode: TA1156037
  • Make: ROLLS-ROYCE
  • Model: PHANTOM
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 2,019
  • Mileage (Miles): 3,700
  • Mileage (KM): 5,954
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

2019 Rolls Royce Phantom 8 Chassis number: SCA687SO8KU103128 Registration number: LA68SVK Custom built in two tone Midnight Sapphire blue over Jubilee silver. This is pristine Phantom is a very high spec car with £60,000 in options on top of the base price & has covered just 3800 miles form new which will increse slightly as we use it. To the interior is deep burgundy primary hide along with navy blue secondary hides. All woodwork is highly figured royal burr walnut extending to the veneered steering wheel spokes & rear occasional tables When new this car was ordered with "The Phantom Package" which includes a starlight headlining, rear picnic tables, rear entertainment screens etc etc etc. The interior is an opulent place to be with deep pile lambswool rugs under foot. The exterior is striking in its two tone colour scheme. The car is at our premises & ready for immediate viewing. A gallery of large high-resolution pictures may be viewed on our website. Office 01375 379719 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 Christoff Cowens 07772188037 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment : Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate, Grays, Essex, RM17 6ST

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  • RefCode: TA1162746
  • Make: ROLLS-ROYCE
  • Model: PHANTOM
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,930
  • Mileage (Miles): 59,000
  • Mileage (KM): 94,951
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

1930 Rolls Royce Phantom 2 Tourer. Registration number: TL972 Chassis number: 99XJ A particularly well sorted Phantom 2 that has had massive monies spent upon it by the previous deceased owner.The car comes with a plethora of bills over the several decades of ownership from both Hofmann's of Henley & latterly Priory Vintage Car Co where the engine was fully rebuilt under the expert eye of noted Marque speciailst Carl Ford. As a result the car is one of the sweetest running & most powerful Phantom's I have had the pleasure of driving. The car started life as a thrupp & Maberly Sedanca & early on in its life, (Pre war Accoriding to papers with the car) was fitted with the current Wilkinson open touring body. The coachwork is well executed & pleasing to the eye. Paintwork is maroon with black wings in good order. To the interior is burgundy hide & matching burgundy carpets. The car has a good full length hood, a tonneau cover & a full set of side screens for inclement motoring. We did not bother to erect the hodd when photographing the car as it seemd churlish to do so on such a fine day. A photo with the car depicts it in all weather mode. The massive & eye watering expense is listed in great deal on the invoices accompanying the car. Indeed it will be hard to find a better maintained & mechanically rebuilt example. The late owner a Mr Swain kept the car as part of his small collection & lavished money on all his Rolls Royce & other cars without regard to expense. The engine rebuild included New blocks, New Cylinder head, new pistons, reground crank shaft, new cam shaft & followers etc etc etc etc etc. According to RREC Factory Records this car was originally an open touring car with coachwork by Thrupp & Maberley order no. R2706 dated 1st November 1929, delivered to a Mr. G.W. Henderson of Chesham Place, London W1. In March 1930. The comprehensive specification documentation from these records indicates regular servicing, maintenance & repairs carried out by the works until 1936; further information shows the replacement barrel-sided tourer body by Wilkinsons of Derby being fitted just prior to the outbreak of war. The engine was rebuilt at 55,671 miles & the odometer now reads 59,492 miles so it is just about run in after the extensive rebuild. The mechanical bills along come to a staggering £85,317 Pounds Sterling. It is hard to find a Phantom 2 with better mechanical provenance then this. A gallery of large high-resolution pictures may be viewed on our website. Office the details below Richard Biddulph the details below Christoff Cowens the details below We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment : Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate, Grays, Essex, RM17 6ST

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  • RefCode: TA1136155
  • Make: MG
  • Model: 18/80 MK I SPEED MODEL
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,930
  • Mileage (Miles): 18,000
  • Mileage (KM): 28,968
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

Vintage and Prestige are proud to offer this 1930 MG 18/80 MK I Speed Model For Sale. Registration: WL 7125 Chassis no: 6630 Engine no: JC10792 Mileage: 17,000 Since Restoration In the mid to late 1920s MG was still very much under the wing of parent company Morris and its owner William, but boss Cecil Kimber was keen to establish it as a completely separate company with unique products, as opposed to modified versions of more mundane Morris machines. The 18/80 MG Six of 1928 was hence the first genuine MG with its bespoke chassis and importantly trademark MG radiator surround. Kimbers marketing chaps made plenty of this fact, stressing it was quite unlike anything on offer from Morris and the only place one could experience the new (almost) 2.5 litre straight six engine. In a move that was the polar opposite of what some would describe as the cynical badge engineering foisted upon MG in the post Second War years, only the very best of materials were employed with huge attention to detail, some of which was invisible once the car was built. The 18/80 was fitted with the 2468cc six cylinder engine derived from the stillborn Morris Light Six unit. Substantially redesigned with a new block and twin horizontal SU carburettors tucked down below the exhaust manifold, its duplex chain driven overhead camshaft helped it to an impressive 60 bhp with bucket loads of torque to match. A cork clutch transferred the engines output to the rear axle via a three speed crash gearbox and torque tube. Bespoke MG front and rear axles were suspended via semi-elliptic springs damped by Mr Hartfods excellent friction units and while early examples utilised Perrot-style brakes, these were later replaced by cables assisted by a Clayton Dewandre Servo resulting in a highly effective system. The Marles frictionless steering gear came in for almost universal acclaim and the relatively large machines handling and road-holding was praised effusively. The end result was a very expensive vehicle (£695 in 1930) and though the headline grabbing MG Midgets won races and broke records left right and centre, the 18/80 was still a quick car. Only some five-hundred made in total, production ended early in 1931, stocks of new examples were still available well into 1934. WL 7125 began life in 1930 wearing saloon coachwork, she was re-bodied in the 50s to the open tourer style you see today. In 2001 under the ownership of John Hart (an aeronautical engineer) a full restoration was undertaken, stripped back down to the bare chassis, every inch was fettled to perfection thus resulting in a truly magnificent car. The Engine has covered a mere 17,000 since the restoration, amounting to 1k a year. She still runs beautifully and pulls a long with an impressive amount of torque. The body is finished in Black and Blue; Black to the wings and fabric body and Blue to the wings, wheels and interior. This is a striking and period correct colour combination that truly stands out in heavy sunshine. The current owner (a friend of Mr Hart) purchased the 18/80 in 2009 and has kept up the highly level of maintenance that was carried out under Mr Harts tenure. A gallery of large high-resolution pictures may be viewed on our website. Office 01375 379719 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 Christoff Cowens 07772188037 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment : Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate, Grays, Essex, RM17 6ST

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  • RefCode: TA1091763
  • Make: BENTLEY
  • Model: 8 LITRE
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,931
  • Mileage (Miles): 48,000
  • Mileage (KM): 77,248
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

1931 Bentley 8 Litre Vandenplas Style Tourer Chassis number YM5045 Registration number: GX2423 A magnificent completely matching numbers Vanden Plas Style Tourer. This car started life as a Freestone & Webb Saloon & was delivered new to Major CH Stevens, and owned by him until 1949. In 1972 The car received its current body built by well known Marque Specialists Elmdown Engineering. At the same time a full engine rebuild was undertaken. Under its most recent ownership it has been to noted eperts VBE restorations who have performed close to £50,000 in recent works. This has included: Remove body, clean chassis and bolt check. Touch up chassis paint were necessary. Cover whole body with new wadding and calico and then new black Everflex. Re upholster complete interior with Ingelston Black Hide. Fit new Wilton carpets bound in leather. Cover dashboard in black Everflex Fit body and wings back to chassis. Renovate headlamps and re-chrome rims. Fit modern spin on oil filter Fit new electric fans Fully service car and carry out anything that needed doing. A full inspection was carried out by VBE Restorations prior to sale by the last owner: Inspection report of 8 Litre Bentley Chassis No YM5045 This report covers the mechanical inspection and road test of the 8 litre Bentley, chassis No YM5045 carried out by VBE Restoration the week beginning the 13th of April 2015. The first check was of all the numbered components which are as follows: Current registration No: RB327 (New South Wales) Chassis No: YM5045 Engine No: YM5045 Front axle No: YM5045 Rear axle No: YM5045 Steering Column: YM5045 Differential housing: YM5045 Body: Replica VDP open touring body The inspection of the numbered parts confirmed that all major mechanical components are as supplied by Bentley Motors and correct to the car. Although some of the minor ancillary parts have been changed, this detracts very little from the overall originality of the Bentley made components. The Body, although not original, is made to a high standard and well proportioned considering the size of the car. It is believed to have been made by Elmdown in 1971, a well known Bentley marque specialist. The body is covered in a Vinyl with traditional style leather interior trim. The Tonneau and hood bag are reproduced in an Everflex type material. The dashboard contained some of the original instrumentation including the switch plate but a large speedometer and tachometer have been fitted as well as some later period switches. The rather novel fitment of windscreen washers, have also been introduced. The steering column, hand controls and centre are all original but the steering wheel is not. A thorough mechanical inspection and road test revealed the following: Engine All major engine castings appear to be the original items. (NB. As in all 8 litres the nonferrous casting are magnesium) The original crankshaft damper has been replaced by what appears to be a modern viscus unit (a sensible modification) and the original damper cover is missing. The engine retains its original twin SU carburettors and linkages, however the Autovac is not present and has been replaced by a pair of twin SU fuel pumps. The original Delco Remy distributer remains fitted to the N/S of the engine whilst the O/S Bosch magneto has been replaced with another Delco distributor. The original fan has been replaced a modern electric item and the same applies to the horn. The starter motor is the original Bosch type. The engine started easily and ran quietly. On the road, the performance is impressive through the range. Prodigious torque is accompanied by an impressive roar from the exhaust. There are no significant rattles or vibrations from the engine. The powered delivery is smooth and the fuelling and ignition is reasonably well set up. Transmission The original plate clutch and F type gearbox is in place, as is hypoid final drive unit which is leaking some oil from the front seal. The axle ratio is indicated as 14/53 stamped into the differential nose piece. Driving the car, the clutch action is relatively light with the correct amount of free play and there is no sign of slip. The gearbox is quiet and the shift is smooth and effortless as to be expected with the F type constant mesh gearbox. The final drive is near silent. Chassis The chassis construction is as it left the factory, the rivets appear to be tight and there is no evidence of damage or repairs. None of the crossmembers have been welded in as we have seen on other vintage Bentleys. The fuel tank has been rebuilt and now has 2 filling points on the top face, one either side. The bulkhead is original and bears the original Bentley Motors plaque. Steering and suspension All steering components appear to be original with the exception of the steering wheel. The original hydraulic shock absorbers have been replaced with a reproduction friction type. Also the one shot lubrication system has been replaced and Techalamit oilers have been fitted to all the suspension and steering points that require regular oiling. The steering was surprisingly light and the car felt well placed on the road. Despite the soft comfortable ride it was stiff enough, allowing confidence to drive briskly. Brakes The car retains all its original braking equipment, including the drums, levers and compensator shaft, but most importantly the Dewandre servo unit. During the test drive the brakes performed impressively, they are well adjusted with a progressive servo action. Conclusion Overall YM5045 is a superb car which drives extremely well and requires no major work. The body, although not original, is well made and far more usable than its original heavy coachwork. With the exception of the Autovac and the bosch magneto, the car has all of its significant original mechanical components and all major castings are correctly numbered. The car is a fantastic example of an 8 litre Bentley and has the performance to go with it. Tim Cresswell MD VBE Restorations 1931 Bentley 8-Litre 5 / 16 Bentley's monster 8-litre proves that cubic inches and high-concept design work, no matter how old the car BENTLEY 1931 Theres something very special about driving a vintage Bentley. Big and brutish, they have a special quality that stands them apart. From its very beginnings Bentley has featured large capacity engines producing prodigious levels of torque at low rpm, offering effortless performance and endurance. Even today that, more than any other trait, is the defining characteristic of the marque. This core brand value harks back to Walter Owen Bentleys apprenticeship with the Great Northern Railway where he worked for a time as the fireman on the footplate of the great Atlantic high-wheeled and extremely powerful express trains. Bentley -8-Litre --039-500 Many years later he would write in his autobiography: "I was fascinated by the feeling of power as we pulled out of Kings Cross, up the steep gradients and tunnels of North London, up the steady grind for another eleven miles to Potters Bar and by the sudden irresistible surge of acceleration when the track levelled off and fell away. There is nothing I know to compare with the sensation of rushing through the night." As we pull away from the kerb in a superb example of WOs last defining classic, the awesome 1931 8-litre, I marvel at the feeling of enormous power and immense torque. One of three in Australia from a production run of just 100 cars, this is indeed a special car. Described by The Autocar as "motoring in it highest form" the 8-litre arrived on the motoring scene at the worst possible time. Unveiled at the London Motor Show on September 19, 1930 this upper crust model arrived just as the Great Depression was taking its toll on luxury cars. With an exalted chassis price of 1,850 pounds the 8-litre did not sell quickly enough to improve Bentleys financial situation and, less than nine months after its introduction, Bentley Motors was placed in receivership. Today, 78 8-litres are known to survive worldwide, with many having had their original saloon bodies replaced by replica tourers. This is the case with 1931 chassis YM5045 that started life with a Freestone and Webb Saloon body. Bentley -8-Litre --017-500 Delivered new to Major CH Stevens, and owned by him until 1949, it was then purchased by Leyland Motors who used it as a test mule for an experimental diesel engine before selling it on in 1964. It then passed through several more English owners before being fully restored in 1972 by specialists Elmdown Engineering in Wiltshire, where it received its current Vanden Plas replica Tourer body. Finally, in 1981, it was purchased by a Sydney Bentley enthusiast, arriving here on the appropriately named SS Prestigious in January 1982. The 8-litre was built on the foundations of the successful Speed 6 model, perhaps Bentleys most defining design, which took stunning victories in the 1929 and 1930 Le Mans 24 Hours. However, the 8-litre was lower in stance with a down-swept chassis frame between the axles, designed to carry some of the most exquisite and custom coachwork from the likes of Barker, HJ Mulliner, Vanden Plas, Gurney Nutting and Corsica. Most were limousine bodies with fewer than 25 fitted with open Tourer coachwork. Bentley -8-Litre --031-500 Buyers had the choice of two wheelbase dimensions, 3700mm or the longer 4000mm on this car, although three more cars were built on a short 3500mm wheelbase. The large ladder frame chassis with seven cross members is immensely strong, looking like it would weigh a tonne on its own, certainly much heavier than the chassis on the 61/2litre and Speed 6 models. The straight-six engine, the only real carryover from the 6.5 litre, features a one-piece iron block with non-detachable cylinder head with a single overhead camshaft and four valves per cylinder. Dual ignition was by magneto and coil although in this case dual coils have been fitted. Bentley cast the massive crankcase in Elektron, a magnesium alloy, offering a considerable saving in weight over the more conventional aluminium alloy. Such was the output that Bentley guaranteed it could power the heaviest bodies to 104mph (167km/h). It was nevertheless flexible enough to travel unstressed from 10km/h to 167km/h in top gear despite a final drive ratio of 3.5 to 1. However, keeping the fuel up to the furnace at high speed via twin SU carbies was its biggest problem, especially on a hot day, and most 8-litres today have had their vacuum tank bypassed by the installation of twin SU electric pumps. The follon wing is an Excerpt from a magazine road test perfomed on this particular car: Bentley -8-Litre Ive been fortunate to drive all of WO Bentleys different models, including a shorter chassis 8-litre; however none has been as enjoyable to drive as this one A big car by any measure, it sits the driver roughly amidships of an overall length of a little more than 5.4 metres. Some idea of its long wheelbase can be measured by the fact it has a turning circle of 17 metres. Bentley employed a single plate dry clutch which I half suspected would be touchy given the output it has to handle, however the pedal pressure is surprisingly light and the take up smooth and snatch-free. Likewise, the worm and sector steering, despite a relatively fast ratio by vintage standards, does not unduly load up at slow speed and is relatively easy to handle. On the open road the 8-litre is a really easy car to drive, although in suburban traffic you become very conscious of its weight and overall dimensions. The gearbox is perhaps the biggest challenge, not the easiest vintage Bentley shift, and it takes a little time to become familiar with road speed and engine revs before you can execute a clean change. The engine and gearbox are each mounted at three points on rubber and it isolates a lot of mechanical vibration with in the car. The gearbox, again cast in Elektron, differs from other WO Bentley designs in that it is split vertically, said to allow for the fitment of bearings adjacent to each gear so as to handle the massive torque. What impresses is the refinement the chassis offers given its stunning performance capability. There is no fuss or bother in the way it performs and, compared to an 8-litre Hispano-Suiza, it is far quieter in the drivetrain and goes about its business in a far more subtle way. Its somewhat docile on a light throttle, yet give the car its head and it responds with a stirring performance. On the open road at a steady 110km/hour the engine feels like it's just ticking over but instantly responds to a boot full of throttle with startling acceleration. Poor brakes can be the Achilles heel on many vintage cars not on the 8-litre however and here Bentley employed a Dewandre vacuum-servo system with his own compensating device working on generous 400mm drums. They are so powerful you could mistake them for a modern hydraulic system, have great pedal feel, and they give you confidence moving such a heavy car in and around traffic. Maybe it was WO Bentleys apprenticeship with the Great Northern Railway, in any case the instrumentation on the 8-litre is a distinct throwback to the large steam gauges on early locomotives. Few vintage cars today can offer the performance, exhilaration and driveability of an 8-litre Bentley. Whilst it doesnt have the Speed 6s racing heritage and Le Mans 24 Hour association, the 8-litre is today one of the worlds great collector cars, witnessed by its amazing survival rate. .. A large gallery of high-resolution pictures may be viewed on our website at http://www.vandp.net ... Office 01375 379719 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 Christoff Cowens 07772188037 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. 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  • RefCode: TA1135087
  • Make: BENTLEY
  • Model: S2
  • Derivative: S2 Continental Flying Spur 6-light Saloo
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,960
  • Mileage (Miles): 51,000
  • Mileage (KM): 82,076
  • Colour: Grey
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

1960 Bentley S2 Continental Flying Spur 6-light Saloon by H.J. Mulliner

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  • RefCode: TA1128685
  • Make: BENTLEY
  • Model: LEMANS
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,926
  • Mileage (Miles): 1
  • Mileage (KM): 1
  • Colour: Green
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

1926 Bentley 4.5 litre LeMans Style upgraded to 5.3 litre Engine Number: LT1578 Chassis number: RC1604 Gear Box Numebr: SR1410 Registration number: WO7579 Built up from the remains On two different cars, one of which had engine number LT1578. The components have been sourced from The usual Leading speciailist including Neil Davies Racing, William Medcalf, BDC Vintage Spares Scheme etc with help during the restoration that came from the late John Hunt , William Medcalf and Neil Davies. The car is fitted with a 5.3 litre block making for alarming performance. New chassis number RC1604 is currently fitted to the car. This car was built up over a 14 year period by the current South African owner who went to meticulous lengths to restore the car sourcing as many original bits as possible. Overdriver is fitted to the car which in conjunction with the 5.3 litre engine makes this a true 100MPH Bentley. In overdrive top at 2000 RMP the car is showing close to 80 MPH & does so in unruffled ease. This is without doubt one of the fastest & most long legged W.O. Benleys I have driven. As an octogenarian he has decided the time has come to part with his labor of love. The specification is as follows: Engine Original crankcase . Phoenix crank & con rods. Shell bearings . Arias pistons ( 110mm dia ) 5.3 lire Block. Original cam chest with new camshaft, gears and rockers. Oil filter conversion ( ex William Medcalf ).Uprated water pump ( ex BDC ) High volume oil pump ( ex BDC). Starter motor overhauled . Original cone clutch relined .Alternator conversion (ex NDR ) Original Sloper carbs Original magnetos refurbished. Original Autovac supplied by electric fuel pump. Original radiator refurbished and fitted with two electric fans. All brake parts new and boosted with a Clayton Dewandre vacuum unit. Original Gearbox rebuilt and with a new electrically operated overdrive unit. New electric wiring harness to vintage spec. Period Marchel Headlights. New Le Mans replica 4 seater body ( ash frame , aluminium cladding and fabric cover ) Full screen and aero screens Dual spot lights. Full Instrumentation and controls all original New Le Mans petrol tank with stone guard Stainless steel exhaust system This is a full-on Le Mans style car on the short chassis with bundles of period bits. It drives beautifully & would be well suited to high speed touring or as a Peking to Paris entrant. Condition is brand new throughout. You really need to come & see & drive this car to appreciate how good it is. A gallery of large high-resolution pictures may be viewed on our website. Office 01375 379719 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 Christoff Cowens 07772188037 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment : Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate, Grays, Essex, RM17 6ST

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  • RefCode: TA1135613
  • Make: ROLLS-ROYCE
  • Model: GHOST
  • Derivative: Ghost Left Hand Drive
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 2,011
  • Mileage (Miles): 2,800
  • Mileage (KM): 4,506
  • Colour: Brown
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

2011 Rolls Royce Ghost Left Hand Drive. LHD

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  • RefCode: TA1159462
  • Make: ROLLS-ROYCE
  • Model: SILVER CLOUD III STANDARD STEEL SALOON
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,964
  • Mileage (Miles): 55,990
  • Mileage (KM): 90,107
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

Vintage and Prestige are proud to offer this 1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III Standard Steel Saloon For Sale. Registration: DPT 333B Chassis no: SGT115 Engine no: ST57G Launched in 1962, the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III and its Bentley S3 equivalent employed the 6.2-litre V8 engine introduced on the 'Cloud II/S2 - though with larger carburettors, new distributor and raised compression ratio - and came with a four-speed GM-derived automatic transmission as standard equipment. Most obvious among many changes from the preceding models was the adoption of four-headlamp lighting, the absence of sidelights from the wing tops, and a slightly lower radiator shell. Inside there was improved accommodation with separate front seats and increased room for rear passengers. Notable as the last mainstream Rolls-Royce to employ a separate chassis, the Silver Cloud III proved immensely successful both at home and abroad, remaining in production until the autumn of 1965. DPT 333B is offered is arguably the most striking colour combination of Astral Blue over Shell grey. The paintwork is in excellent condition and it is clear from first sight that this is a well maintained example. The engine is smooth and strong; the powerful 6.75 V8 will happily cruise at speeds in excess of our national speed limit. SGT115 has been used sparingly and just over 10,000 miles have been covered over the last 2 decades. An excellent example, in ready to go condition, in our showroom and ready for viewing. In our showrooms and ready for viewing. A gallery of large high-resolution pictures may be viewed on our website. Office 01375 379719 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 Christoff Cowens 07772188037 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment : Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate, Grays, Essex, RM17 6ST

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