Starting life as a James Young Limousine, this car was converted post war to the lovely 2 door drop head coupe we find today. Under the current ownership for several decades, the car has been maintained without regard to expense by marque speciailists Ristes of Nottingham. During their tenure as service agents it has benefitted form a full engine rebuild is thus in fine mechanical fettle. A full file of bills comes with the car attesting to the works undertaken.
The car is finished in off white with the paintwork being in lovely condition clearly of recent origin. To the interior is blue leather throughout extending to the door cards grey carpets underfoot to the door bottoms. The hood is of blue mohair as is the hood bag.
The car drives beautifully with no play in the steering whatsoever. The engine is quiet pulls strongly, The rear boot folds open allowing for carriage of ample luggage. The car comes with an original handbook assorted service bulletins.
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The first owner of this Rolls-Royce 20/25 HP with a body by Barker, became in 1934 Mr. G. Milne from Wiltshire. When in September 1950 were carried out necessary repairs of the engine and other parts,.....