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Rolls-Royce Shadow 6.8 II 4dr Shortlist +19
£69,750

Year 1980

Mileage 6,470

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

In Almost New Condition Gold, 24 months warranty, 6 months tax, 1980 V Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Series II. Only 6,470 miles, yes 6,470 miles! This car is finished in Willow Gold with Cream interior, with Nutmeg carpets and over rugs. Having been stored in fantastic conditions, both heated and de-humidified, we carried out a complete re-commissioning of this car, costing over £10,000, list available. This car is like a brand new car and drives like it. An investment at only, £69,750
Rolls-Royce Shadow 6.8 II 4dr Shortlist +19
£34,950

Year 1980

Mileage 47,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Immaculate Silver, 24 months warranty, 6 months tax, 1980 V Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II. Finished in Georgian Silver with a French Navy Everflex roof and Slate Grey interior, with French Navy piping and French Blue carpets. Only 47,000 miles with history. The previous owner has spent over £21,000 on repairs to the brakes and suspension plus many other items, all within the last 6 months. A fast appreciating model not to be missed. Immaculate, £34,950
Rolls-Royce Spirit 6.8 4dr Shortlist +19
£10,999

Year 1981

Mileage 72,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Unmarked Red, 24 months warranty, 6 months tax, 1981 W Rolls Royce Silver Spirit. Finished in unmarked Claret with Cream interior. A real credit to the previous owner, who owned it for many years. With history, only 72,000 miles. A must at only, £10,999
Rolls-Royce Spirit 6.8 II 4dr Shortlist +19
£23,950

Year 1989

Mileage 23,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Immaculate, only 23,000 miles Blue, 24 months warranty, 6 months tax, 1990 G Rolls Royce Silver Spirit MK II Active Ride. Only 23,000 miles with full main agent history and maintained regardless of cost. Finished in Royal Blue with a Magnolia Everflex roof and matching coachlines. Magnolia interior with French Navy piping. Cars in this condition are so rare. An appreciating asset and a joy to own, £23,950
Rolls-Royce 20/25 Salmons Tickford Cabriolet GRW52 Shortlist +5
£87,500

Year 1933

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

A particularly fine example of the ‘Tickford’ cabriolet, a design which features a quick and easy, crank action roof mechanism, providing for a one person operation. Even with the roof open, the design offers relatively draught-free, snug accommodation. Some years ago, the car belonged to Mike Berry, well known for his high quality pre-war cars & is offered in excellent all round condition, with lovely paintwork and very well-executed Connolly leather interior, and benefiting from an engine overhaul not so long ago. Well appointed with a superb set of lamps & horns, including P100 ‘bullseye’ headlights, PLG40 centre lamp, twin ‘Owleye’ and a lovely triangular rear lamp, etc. Twin side-mounted spare wheels, all with 'Ace' discs fitted, all correct under the bonnet, the list goes on! In addition to all of this, the car has recently been fitted with an overdrive unit, further enhancing what was already a lovely car. Chassis No. GRW52 Reg No. XJ 5555 £87,500 Snippets: Harry Marland, JP, took delivery of GRW52 at his home Hale Carr, Hale in Cheshire & in 1938 he registered the car at his other property Rusthall House, nr Tunbridge Wells. Harry Marland was the Chairman of the Chemical firm of Griffiths Hughes Proprietaries Ltd, in 1911 introduced “Kruscehn Salts” to the UK & USA markets, other products produced by the company included Digestif Rennie & Radox Bath Salts. In 1934 the company were floated on the stock market & by 1950 had 34 subsidiaries, in 1960 they were acquired by Aspro-Nicholas Ltd. Earlier occupiers of Rusthall House include Sir John Musgrove (auctioneer & house agent) who was the Lord Mayor of London from 1850/51 and Frank M’Clean, Civil Engineer & keen astronomer, after his retirement from M’Clean & Stileman established an Astronomi
Rolls-Royce Spirit 6.8 II 4dr Shortlist +19
£19,450

Year 1992

Mileage 56,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Truly Outstanding Blue, 24 months warranty, 6 months tax, 1992 J Rolls Royce Silver Spirit MK II Active Ride. Finished in Royal Blue with Cream coach lines and Magnolia interior piped in French Navy. Fitted with picnic tables. Only 56,000 miles with Full Service History. Loved and cherished by the previous owner, this truly outstanding example must be seen, only, £19,450
Rolls-Royce 20/25 Park Ward Saloon GSF58 Shortlist +5
£32,500

Year 1935

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

An unusual, interesting & spacious saloon with various appealing interior features, & in fascinating ‘oily rag’ condition, named 'Quirky' by the last owner, who bought the car from us in 2013. The car is very sound & correct, tall in design, perhaps intended for wearing top hats! The interior, which has been very sensitively refurbished, incorporates buttoned ‘Morocco Fawn’ leather seating, broad lace, cord and rosette ornamentation, grab handles and a very large sunroof all of which are original and documented. Externally, the car benefits from twin side mounted spare wheels, a set of six 'Ace' wheel discs, a correct set of lamps & horns, and quarter bumpers to the rear, all of which add character. Still in its original dark green & black colour scheme, shabby but very appealing. A great car to use cosmetically 'as is' Chassis No. GSF58 Reg No. AKD 796 £32,500. Snippets: The Bottle Shop & Operation Musketeer Ordered by John Schofield Cannington of No. 1 Windermere Terrace, Princes Park, Liverpool; the Park was designed in 1842 by Joseph Paxton, who had been head gardener at Chatsworth House and in 1851 had designed the venue for the Great Exhibition in London - Crystal Palace – for which he was knighted. In 1866 Edwin Cannington (John’s father), John Shaw & John Cannington became partners in the Cannington & Shaw Bottle Shop & in 1913 the firm merged with Nuttall & Co to form the “United Glass Bottle Manufacturers”. After the death of John Cannington in 1955 it would appear that GSF58 was acquired by Captain Hector Charles Donald MacLean - he commanded HMS Eagle during the Suez crisis (1956/1957) during Operation Musketeer (The Anglo-French plan to invade and capture the Suez Canal zone) received a personal letter of congratulation by Mou
Rolls-Royce Wraith Windovers Limousine WMB47 Shortlist +5
£39,500

Year 1939

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

A very sound, sharp and smart example, handsome in design, with an unusual rear window, almost crescent moon' in design, very nicely finished in a lovely shade of deep maroon, with cream flanks and wheel discs, with red interior, including the headlining, all in very good condition. The paint is excellent, as is the chrome work and cosmetics generally, looking particularly attractive with correct Lucas R100 headlamps, centre spot-lamp and long trumpet horns, with Ace Cornercroft side-lamps, all of which contribute to the car's impressive frontal appearance. In recent times, the car has very much benefitted from overhaul of gearbox and rear axle, new tyres, new stainless steel exhaust system, and more besides. The engine is running very nicely and quietly, the car drives well and is in very good order throughout. MoT tested until June 2018 Chassis No. WMB47 Reg No. FLP 538 Price £39,500. Snippets: Col Abel Smith & Lt Gen Burrows of Montagu Square. Col Bertram Abel Smith DSO, MC was a scion of the Smith Banking family, the bank was established in 1658 in Nottingham by Thomas Smith and it is understood that this was the 1st bank to be formed outside of London. Subsequent locations for the banks included Hull, Lincoln & London & over time various mergers & acquisitions included: John Payne of London; James & Charles Robinson of Mansfield; Godfrey & Riddell of Newark. By the end of WWII Smith’s bank had been renamed & rebranded to emerge as the National Provincial Bank with a Smith as the Chairman. The country seat of the Smith family was Woodhall Park, which had been owned by the Boteler family for some 300 years until 1774 when it was sold to Sir Thomas Rumbold of the East India Company - the mortgage being held by Clive of India. The Hall was
Rolls-Royce Shadow Shadow ii Shortlist +11
£8,995

Year 1970

Mileage 120,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Description Up for sale is this stunning Rolls Royce Silver Shadow ii, finished in headturning Honey gold metallic, with full tan leather interior, all switches and controls work perfectly and the automatic gearbox sails through the gears, complemented by the smooth running V8 Rolls Royce masterpiece. This car has been very well cared for, with no expense spared, the spirit of ecstasy still sits proudly above the chrome grill, and all of the chrome has been re plated to a substantial standard. The file for this car boasts majority of the previous MOT's and various receipts from work over the years. This car has had a replacement speedometer a few years back, and the overall mileage is circa 110000 miles This is your chance to purchase a Luxury executive saloon, that was once only available to the highest profile celebrities and politicians for under £9000! Please feel free to call for further details, viewing is welcomed and highly recommended
Rolls-Royce Spirit 6.8 II 4dr Shortlist +19
£17,950

Year 1992

Mileage 91,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £245

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

Immaculate Blue, 24 months warranty, 6 months tax, 1992 J Silver Spirit Mk II Active Ride. Finished in Cobalt Blue with Silverstone interior and fitted with picnic tables. Low mileage with Full Service History. Known to ourselves for last 12 years. Immaculate condition, £17,950
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