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Rolls-Royce Other II 2dr Auto Shortlist +9
£38,000

Year 1968

Mileage 10,738

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

1968 ROLLS ROYCE Shadow Saloon II 2dr Auto, 10738 miles, Gold, Petrol, AUTOMATIC Transmission, £38000
Rolls-Royce Other Shortlist +9
£130,000

Year 1973

Mileage 26,552

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £0

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

1973 Rolls Royce CORNICHE CONVERTIBLE , 26552 miles, Nugget Gold, Petrol, Manual Transmission, £130000
Rolls-Royce Cloud II LWB Shortlist +9
£90,000

Year 1962

Mileage 59,391

Transmission Other

Fuel type Other

1962 Rolls Royce Cloud II LWB, 59391 miles, Gold/Black, , £90000
Rolls-Royce Shadow 6.8 II 4dr Shortlist +19
£29,950

Year 1981

Mileage 43,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Superb, 43,000 miles Blue, 24 months warranty, 6 months tax, 1981 X Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Series II. Finished in Peacock Blue with Cream interior and Cream carpets. This car is beautiful and has only covered 43,000 miles. With history, known to ourselves for last 4 years. Has undergone a full hydraulic service 18 months ago. A superb collectorâ??s car at only, £29,950
Rolls-Royce Shadow Shadow Shortlist +7
£8,490

Year 1971

Mileage 66,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £0

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Part Exchange Welcome, view at - E C S Essex street Eastwood Nottingham NG16 3RH Full MOT Excellent condition
Rolls-Royce Spirit 6.8 4dr Shortlist +19
£14,950

Year 1989

Mileage 113,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Immaculate Grey, 24 months warranty, 6 months tax, 1989 G Rolls Royce Silver Spirit ABS EFI. Finished in Graphite with Silverstone interior. Walnut veneer inlays. This magnificent example is not to be missed. Known to ourselves for many years. Full Service History. Immaculate and outstanding value at only, £14,950
Rolls-Royce Spur 6.8 4dr Shortlist +19
£19,950

Year 1987

Mileage 42,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Unmarked Red, 24 months warranty, 1 owner, 6 months tax, 1987 D Silver Spur ABS EFI. One owner. Finished in Redwood Metallic with Magnolia interior piped in St James, with St James carpets piped in Magnolia. Only 42,000 miles with Full Service History. Totally unmarked condition throughout. Must be seen, £19,950
Rolls-Royce 20/25 Park Ward Six Light Saloon GWE66 Shortlist +5
£37,500

Year 1935

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

A very sound, correct car, with superbly fitting doors, closing with a crisp 'click', indicative of a substantial structure. Nicely presented and looking handsome in black and deep ‘sea green’, listed by Park Ward as ‘Ultramarine’ with gorgeous, original, mature brown ‘furniture leather’ interior, which, combined with excellent woodwork, gives the interior a lovely 'golden glow', enhanced by a large sliding sunroof. Unlike a limousine, the car has an adjustable front seat, suiting the long-legged driver. Running very nicely, unusually fitted with (new) radial tyres, and complete with a selection of original tools and the original handbook with the chassis number stamped in. Now back on its 1930s UK registration number after many years in Canada. Very appealing, and even the underside is clean and well prepared. Offered prepared and MoT tested. Chassis No. GWE66 Reg. No. BUC 278 £37,500 Snippets: Lord Iveagh’s Residences GWE66 was registered at 2 properties owned by Rupert Guinness, 2nd Lord Iveagh, his country estate of Pryford Court which was built in 1910 by Clyde Young for Lord Iveagh on land that Lord Iveagh had in fact purchased from his father-in-law Lord Onslow! Lord Iveagh was an early motoring enthusiast & after his marriage in 1904 to Lady Gwendolen Onslow he refused to keep a horse & carriage set as he preferred to travel in stately motor cars which were tall enough for him to wear his top-hat whilst driving! During Lord Iveagh’s political campaigns he used to cover his car in placards & banners thereby attracting a lot more attention than his rivals. The 2nd home that GWE66 was registered at was the family’s “Town House” of Nr. 11 St James’s Square in London. This property was built in the 1730s and was later remodelled in the 1770s by R
Rolls-Royce Shadow 1 Shortlist +13
£9,995

Year 1976

Mileage 89,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £235

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Stunning Rolls Royce silver shadow 1 Only 89000 miles - service history Last owner for 19 years and only 3 former owners , Body work is superb in peacock blue as is the interior in grey leather. Everything works and it drives superb Definitely an appreciating classic and one that is admired everywhere it goes It's got an Mot through to 2018 and needs nothing doing only enjoying. Part exchange possible - try me Please no silly offers Located in Eastwood Nottinghamshire
Rolls-Royce Wraith Cockshoot Saloon WEC52 Shortlist +5
£29,500

Year 1939

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

A smart, sound, unusual, appealing and spacious car, with a large sunroof, one of only four Wraiths bodied by Cockshoot. Originally intended for the 1939 Earls Court Show, which was cancelled due to the outbreak of war. It would seem that this is a very late example of this coachbuilder's work, and it has been suggested that this is the last body that they built, although this cannot at this stage be verified. The car runs & drives really well with excellent suspension, brakes, etc, but ideally needs some mechanical attention. The engine is strong and performs very well but the gearbox is rather noisy, mainly in third gear. Perfectly useable as it is, the radiator has just been re-cored, and the car is offered newly MoT tested, but priced to allow for the attention needed. Chassis No. WEC52 Reg. No. GNC 440 £29,500. Snippets: Fruit Ernest Broadbelt took delivery of WEC52 at Inglewood Villa in Whalley Range – this large 11 roomed property can be dated back to 1897 when it was occupied by Thomas Porter, his wife & two servants! Ernest Broadbelt was originally from Halifax but he moved to Manchester where he became a respected importer of Fruit, Flowers & Vegetables located in Smithfield Market, Manchester. He imported his products from all over the world including Holland, Jamaica & Argentina. In June 1938 Ethel Broadbelt (Ernest’s wife) died – she was one of the first patients of The Private Patients Home of The Royal Infirmary in Manchester and her estate of £9,638 (Half a million in 2017) was left to Ernest. Within a year WEC52 had been sold to F. Mitchell & Son Ltd also of Manchester – this company were in the construction business and their clients included the Barton Shell Refinery, Morley Products (Padiham) Ltd & Millwall Docks. From the lat
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