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Rolls-Royce 20/25 1934

General description : Vintage and Prestige are proud to offer this 1934 Rolls Royce 20/25 Gurney Nutting Owen Sedanca 3 position drophead for sale.Chassis number: GYD69
Registration number: 659YUROrdered new by one Stanley Morris of Blundellsands Lancs; The car carries most desirable coachwork by J. Gurney Nutting taking the form of an Owen 3 position drophead making the car very versatile for use in all weathers. The car in the 1950's was owned by a Mr Litherland who exported the car to his home in what was then Rhodesia. It stayed there until recent years & was a well known sight on the roads of Salisbury. In impeccable order throughout. the is finished in Masons black paintwork in show condition. To the interior is Brand new Tan leather with matching tan door cards & similar carpets. The burr walnut woodwork has likewise been removed & re-finished leaving the cabin as an opulent place in which to spend time. The story continues under the bonnet with a well detailed engine that runs smoothly & exhibits good power & quiet operation. The car was built at the end of 1934 & has the later "cats back" style carburettor. These Gurney Nutting Owen Sedanca 20/25's are one of the most desirable bodies made & are very versatile. This one is in impeccable condition & would fit well in nay collection of Rolls Royce motor cars. 

This example has recently had over £10,000 spent on it.

1934 Rolls-Royce 20/25 is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Essex by Prestige House for Not priced.

 

Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Rolls-Royce Model : 20/25 Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1934 Sub type : Sedan Location : Essex Vehicle Registration : Undefined

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Vintage & Prestige

Prestige House
+44(0)1375 379719, +44(0)7967 260673
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About Rolls-Royce
Well, ladies and gentlemen, today we're diving into the illustrious history of a brand that has always embodied the very essence of British luxury and craftsmanship - Rolls-Royce.

Our story begins at the turn of the 20th century when two visionaries, Charles Rolls and Henry Royce, decided to join forces. In 1904, the very first Rolls-Royce was born, the Rolls-Royce 10 hp. It was a modest start for a company that would go on to redefine automotive excellence.

But it wasn't until 1907 that Rolls-Royce truly made its mark with the introduction of the Silver Ghost. It was hailed as the "Best Car in the World" and set the gold standard for luxury motoring. With its whisper-quiet engine and exquisite craftsmanship, it was a statement of opulence and refinement.

The 1920s brought us the Rolls-Royce Phantom I, an icon of its time. It was the first Rolls-Royce to feature a 6-cylinder engine and set the stage for the legendary Phantom line. This was the era when the Maharajas of India commissioned custom-bodied Rolls-Royces that were nothing short of automotive palaces.

Fast forward to the post-war years, and we have the Silver Cloud, a symbol of post-war British optimism. The Silver Cloud was elegance personified, with its flowing lines and handcrafted interiors. It was the choice of royalty, celebrities, and captains of industry.

But if we're talking about the epitome of Rolls-Royce luxury, it's the Rolls-Royce Phantom VI, which graced us with its presence from 1968 to 1991. This was a car that made the statement that "if you have to ask the price, you can't afford it." Customization was the name of the game, and the Phantom VI was a canvas for the world's wealthiest to express their unique tastes.

Now, it's impossible to discuss Rolls-Royce without mentioning the Rolls-Royce Corniche. Produced from 1971 to 1995, it was a convertible and coupe version of the Silver Shadow. The Corniche was the quintessential grand tourer, a car for those who wished to traverse continents in absolute luxury.

But, alas, even the mightiest must face their decline, and Rolls-Royce was no exception. The company went through financial turmoil in the 1970s and 80s, leading to the takeover by Vickers plc. Then came the controversial BMW and Volkswagen ownership period, which divided enthusiasts.

Rolls-Royce regained its footing under BMW ownership, and the new millennium brought us the Rolls-Royce Phantom VII, a return to the company's roots of uncompromising luxury. The Phantom VII was a testament to British engineering and craftsmanship.

And that, ladies and gentlemen, brings us to today. Rolls-Royce continues to produce some of the most opulent, bespoke vehicles on the planet, a symbol of British imperiousness that has not waned with time. The spirit of Sir Henry Royce and Charles Rolls lives on in every car that bears the Spirit of Ecstasy, a testament to the enduring legacy of British automotive excellence.