1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom Il
(Not The Actual Vin Number)
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1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom Il
1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Sedanca de Ville Coachwork by Gurney Nutting & Co.
This gorgeous 1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Sedanca de Ville with Gurney Nutting Coachwork and room for 7 passengers is ideal for touring thanks to its exposed drivers compartment. Two-tone grey with light grey leather interior. Likely to have received a restoration given the cars condition and clearly well taken care of throughout its life. The 10 year old paint remains highly usable as does the interior which is in excellent condition with matching door panels and carpets. All the correct instruments are well presented and the steering wheel is in good condition with no cracks. The rear fabric interior is about 20 years old and very appropriate, neat, and clean. Expansive wood strips of walnut and a very nice headliner. Nice accessory cases with ashtrays, mirror, and recessed wooden cabinets on both sides. Distinctive Gurney Nutting plates on rear compartment doors. Lovely chrome fittings in distinctive Gurney Nutting style. All of the brightwork can be found with exceptional luster and the glass is good all around. Handsome twin side mounts with good tires. Excellent fitment with close shut lines between the panels and excellent door fit. A lovely flying lady tops off the stunning radiator grille and the Lucas headlamps are free of damage. The motor runs strong and the car drives well. The engine compartment is clean, well presented, as well as correct.
164MY was sold new in 1933 to R. Owen Ltd. of Knightsbridge. With a desired purpose of town driving and continental touring, a Sedanca De Ville body completed by Gurney Nutting was commissioned. A Watkins & Doncaster plate affixed to the body indicates it was likely owned by someone related to company while present in its home country, but documentation on file indicates the vehicle had made it stateside by the 1960s. Both a RROC registry page and a later listing in The Flying Lady both show the car to have lived in California for the better half of the last 50 years. Rolls-Royces of the early period of the company's history rightfully earned their title as the greatest motorcars thanks to the level of build quality without competition. Today, their elegance is still unquestionable and a Roll-Royce should be found in any serious collection of motorcars.
Chassis no. 164 MY
Engine no. CJ15
- Traditional open limousine coachwork
- Room for 7 passengers
- U.K. delivery as new
- Well preserved older British restoration
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