Lot 276 - 1937 Rolls-Royce 25 / 30
|£16,000 - £20,000
- James Young body
- Recently serviced
The 1937 Rolls-Royce 25/30 epitomizes the luxury and craftsmanship of its era, showcasing the pinnacle of automotive engineering in the pre-war period. With its distinguished presence and refined styling, this iconic vehicle embodies timeless elegance. Powered by a 4.4-litre inline-six engine, it delivers smooth, effortless performance befitting the Rolls-Royce legacy. Every curve and detail of the Rolls-Royce 25/30 speaks to the brand's unwavering commitment to excellence, making it a coveted symbol of automotive refinement and prestige.
This attractive Rolls-Royce was bodied by internationally respected coachbuilders James Young of London Road, Bromley. Originally registered in February 1937, this seven-seat example presents well in yellow and black coachwork. This imposing example has benefitted recently from a starter motor rebuild and engine service including tune up. Following this work, it was no surprise that on a recent test the engine fired up on request and ran well. Supplied with an original toolkit and various spares and accessories, this stylish car is ready to be enjoyed by a new custodian. Consigned by Dominic Lake.
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