1933 Rolls Royce 20/25 Saloon

Few registered keepers; Windover saloon body; current Rolls collector has owned this for the last 10 years; driven over 80 miles to the auction

First registered in 1933 and thought to have been manufactured in 1932, this Rolls Royce chassis is adorned with the coachbuilding skills of Windover of Edgware Road, London. Showing just three recorded keepers, our vendor purchased JJ 2309 from Ghost Motor Works, Kent in 2011 (purchaser invoice on file) - the previous owner having acquired it in 1995.
Shortly after the vendor purchased the car, he took it to Priory Vintage Car Company in Oxfordshire for a full service. This was followed by the front seat being re-upholstered in 2013 and later in 2016, the dynamo was changed along with the installation of an electric fuel pump, the refitting of the Autovac and alignment of the clutch friction plate.

An avid and keen vintage car enthusiast, the vendor has delighted in using the car and to give that extra bit of confidence to prospective bidders, has driven it to us, a distance of over 80 miles.  
Offered for sale very reluctantly, its realistic catalogue estimate is purely down to the vendor downsizing and no longer having space for more than one Rolls-Royce. Standing proud and looking magnificent in its two tone light primrose and black, the fitted trunk to the rear and the lavish interior makes for an ideal touring car, well suited to weddings and attending RREC meetings.

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Reg No: JJ2309
Chassis Number: GRW31
Engine Number: L7A
Engine Size: 3587cc
Docs: 1 old MOT, Hand Book, Photographs.

Estimate: £18,000+

Lot 12

Lot ended

Thursday 10/12/2020

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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