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Here is the opportunity to purchase this fantastic piece of automobile history. This 1933 Rolls Royce 20/25 is a fantastic example of a car of its age.

This car was my late dads as part of his classic car collection.

The coachwork is by Thrupp & Maberly, they was a British coachbuilding business based in the West End of London, England. Coach-makers to Queen Victoria they operated for more than two centuries[1] until 1967 when they closed while in the ownership of Rootes Group

Its off white and baby blue paint. It’s has spent some time of its life in the USA (California i believe) before coming back to the uk. The paint work was carried out in the USA. The body work and undercarriage has no rot or rust. The only rust i can see is on the door hinges.

The interior is in an untouched condition and requires a restoration to the woodwork. The blue leather seats are in fantastic condition and the usual RR quality. Most of the original tool kit still there.

In 2020 the car was put in the garage and a service carried out(oil and spark plugs) not a lot else to do on these simple but bullet proof engines. When we’d completed the service, the car wouldn’t turn over, a starter motor issue was diagnosed. Due to the fault being at the beginning of the 2020 covid lockdown as well as my lack knowledge of cars this age the car hasn’t been repaired. When the starter motor stopped working the car did start perfectly with a bump start by being towed. The car comes with lots of history as per the photo of the folder.

I’ve tried to include as many detailed photos as i can but viewing is absolutely more than welcome. If anyone overseas be interested and wishes to view the car then I’m more than happy for you to visit me or to view the car via video platforms.

As the car is currently in a non running condition it will need to be transported should it sell. If any overseas persons wish to purchase the car I’ll do everything in my ability to assist you in shipping it.

Lots more photos upon request

The price is negotiable and genuine offers will be considered.

1933 Rolls Royce 20/25

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