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A very elegant limited production high speed tourer finished Beluga Black with Beluga hides and equipped with the seldom seen optional sport package, this impressive performer carried an original MSRP of $357,515. Carefully reviewed and serviced in our workshops, it is ready to deliver countless years of pleasure to its next owner.
The last one ever built and a true modern day classic finished Black with Black hides stitched Red. This extremely well care for "No Stories" example has traveled but 36,508 miles since new, an average of only 2,434 miles per year, including an extensive trouble free 2014 road trip while in the hands of it's very meticulous owner. The service file and list of awards won accompany the vehicle. There are no known defects to any aspect of this exceptional performer. The original books and tools are complete. It is according to published records, the only 2003 MY Continental R delivered.
A wonderful performer re-acquired from one of our most meticulous clients (who used it for 342 miles since his 2015 purchase from us). This is the only one finished Black with Autumn hides according to the "Farewell Fifty Commemorative Book" originally included with the car upon delivery. That rarely seen factory publication lists 22 Corniche Convertibles for the 2002 model year, six of which were designated "Last of Line" series editions and so equipped. A thoroughly prepared and serviced undamaged automobile complete with books, tools, special Last of Line Trophy and the brochure, it is a worthy candidate for addition to any connoisseur's stable.
A crisp example of an increasingly difficult to secure model finished Arctica White with Oatmeal hides piped Autumn Tan to compliment the roof. Books, complete tools and the original twin Rolls-Royce umbrellas to the deck lid complete the package. The mechanical aspects have been currently reviewed and prepared in our workshops. The resultant performance and handling may properly be described as remarkable. There are no accidents or any other undisclosed "horror stories" in its pedigree.
A remarkably elegant example of the most sought after of all models of this modern day classic automobile finished Diamond Blue Silver with Stratos Grey hides piped Black to match its fresh Everflex convertible top, this is the finest specimen available for purchase. A very thoroughly prepared, never damaged "no stories" automobile accompanied by complete unused tools, handbooks and impressive service dossier, courtesy of the original selling dealer.
A Real Palm Beach Head Turner. Strikingly finished in Acrylic White with Parchment top and hides piped White, this very well maintained 29,327 mile specimen is one of only eight normally aspirated examples known to have been supplied to the United States of a total production of 15 left hand drives. A recent acquisition from the gentleman to whom we supplied it to in December 2003 at 21,004 miles, it has never suffered any collision damage nor are there any other undisclosed issues with any aspect of the automobile. The above quote is properly attributed to him and definitely agreed to by us. The second (50,000 series) version of the Corniche IV and its much rarer Bentley Continental counterpart differs materially from its earlier cousins in the area of roof design, Cosworth designed late specification engine with accompanying ZYTEK management systems and right side air bag. It is the last of the line of this modern classic body style and is in many ways superior to its early Azure replacement. Nicely optioned with winged "B" mascot to the radiator shell, this remarkably smooth, strong performer has been thoroughly prepared so as to deserve addition to anyone's stable. Copies of our internal repair order for the various operations involved which included a new correct Everflex roof and English Wool broadcloth headliner accompany the vehicle, along with its complete book package and tools.
An exceptional example of this increasingly difficult to secure modern classic finished in the most sought after color layout of Black with Tan hides piped Black to match the convertible top, this remarkably crisp specimen comes to you complete with its original books in their leather jacket, complete unplundered tool kit and an impressive dealer service file dating back to 1994. Originally supplied to Dallas, Texas where it remained until 2017, it has happily spent its life in warm climates without exposure to corrosive climate conditions. There are no known mechanical defects nor any collision damage or other undisclosed "horror stories" in the pedigree of this well prepared automobile.
Finished in the most elegant Triple Black color layout, this pampered, never damaged specimen has been enjoyed by only 2 families since its first Southern California delivery in December, 1981. It is among the last build, having been produced in December 1980. The ownership pedigree is complete, as are the tools & books. The automobile has been extremely well prepared by ourselves. Copies of the internal repair records are available on request.
A very straight, undamaged example of only 8 left drives built to this most elegant configuration finished in Burgundy with Tan hides complemented by especially beautiful Walnut veneers, this exceptional performer has been thoroughly reviewed and prepared in our workshops so as to afford its next keeper countless years of enjoyment. As the current whereabouts of four of the other 7 known to exist are in our research files, we believe this to be the finest of and likely the sole left drive James Young PV16 Limousine available anywhere in the world, regardless of price.
Freshly refinished for the first time as originally supplied in Shell Grey lacquer with VM3244 Blue-Grey Connolly hides, this Los Angeles delivered factory air conditioned, never damaged or rusted example has traveled only 58,915 careful miles in more than 52 years. It does have a fine history involving our company since 1999. Recently acquired from Northern California where it had been stored for a protracted period, it has been extensively reviewed and prepared for your enjoyment. Those procedures included a complete overhaul of the engine and gearbox. The resultant performance and handling are as close to new as anyone could reasonably expect in light of age. Complete and correct handbooks, near-mint condition original tools and copies of the factory documents accompany the vehicle.
The Lowest Mileage, Most Well Preserved, all Original Example Available Anywhere An astonishing find, this 51 year old undamaged automobile was supplied in 1964 and resold through the area service facility in 1969 with approximately 3,000 miles traveled to its second owners who used it only sparingly for the next 45 years. The most recent registration is dated 7/31/80. The original Shell Grey lacquer finish is intact and the original VM3244 Blue Grey Connolly hides and wood veneer finishes are in remarkable condition. There was the expected decay to the original wool headliner and carpets which had suffered moth damage. They have been replaced with correct original type materials. The mechanical aspects have been thoroughly recommissioned by our facility and, in the interests of safety, fresh wheel rims and new tires have been mounted. The ride quality and performance are delightful. There is no rust damage to the body structure. The original tires and rims are with the automobile for display and historical purposes. The tools are complete and the original wooden box containing a pint of touchup lacquer remains in the trunk, still nailed closed! The handbook is in well preserved condition. There are some minor defects to the paint but out of respect for the originality of the automobile, the temptation to remedy them has been resisted.
One of only two left drive specimens of this aluminum bodied Sports Saloon built and the only one known by us to exist, this remarkably well preserved exciting performer was recently acquired from the Estate of it's second owner, a notable long time enthusiastic collector of coachbuilt Rolls Royces, the pioneering televangelist known as the Reverend Ike. Originally supplied to Mr. Julian S. Friedman of San Francisco, California by Jack Barclay, it is a true bespoke effort accompanied by an extensive correspondence file between those two parties showing the demanding nature of the commission. Finished as originally supplied in James Young T.6747 Blue as selected from three color samples provided complemented by specially ordered Baroda Blue VM 9040 Connolly hides and very efficient original equipment air conditioning, this beautiful example has spent it's entire life in California. The present odometer reading of 22,653 is likely correct though undocumented. The car did perform well upon arrival but as we had no record of previous engine overhaul during the past half century, we have elected to perform that operation in order to ensure the pleasure of it's next keeper.
A wonderful performer finished as originally supplied in Mason's Black lacquer accented by genuine VM3234 Beige Connolly hides piped VM8500 Black. An extensive mechanical and cosmetic refurbishment was carried out by ourselves in late 1994-early 1995 at 32,536 miles to the order of the Rolls-Royce distributor for Puerto Rico, a most meticulous individual and (still) a delight to deal with. As part of those efforts, very efficient, properly ducted twin air conditioners were installed and the cooling system was upgraded to suit. This is among the finest Silver Cloud III Sedans available anywhere in the world. Correct owner's manual, near-mint condition small and large tools, copies of the factory build sheets and ownership pedigree encompassing the last quarter – century are part of the package. A road test of this specimen will serve to confirm its manufacturer's advertised claim that it was "The Best Car In The World" at the time.
An exciting find, this original unrestored factory air conditioned specimen was recently acquired by us from a highly respected Southern California dealer. Genuine uncorroded "no stories" untampered with examples are increasingly difficult to secure. We are therefore after careful inspection upon delivery to our facility, delighted to report that there is absolutely no evidence of any previous rust decay or damage, and the factory finish of the paint on the chassis bears witness to the remarkable state of preservation of the automobile. There is virtually no wear to certain key indicators and the Black Pearl lacquer finish and VM3234 Connolly hide interior are pure and unmolested, though weathered in keeping with their more than a half century of age. The automobile is suitable for your enjoyment in its present well patinaed order or would be an unchallenging candidate for any degree of restoration desired. Complete tools and correct handbook accompany this survivor, along with copies of the factory build records and even it's original keys.
One of 27 left drives built, this specimen was delivered to Mrs. Dan-Axel Brostrom of Stockholm, Sweden on March 2, 1963 with an interesting host of special options including removable headrest to the right front seat, special veneers to match those in an S3 Flying Spur (BC16LXA), compartment to rear center armrest with hinged lid, dashboard mounted tachometer to replace the left side cubby box and more. Mr. Brostrom was the scion of the Brostrom Shipbuilding Family and from 1961-1965 was married to the actress Anabelle Lee. For a few years the car became the property of a well known Hollywood producer and automobile enthusiast who resold it to a noted Beverly Hills designer in 1970 according to a loan document in its files dated May 11, 1970. It was acquired from that lady by ourselves through an agent in January 1987 and supplied to a Miami, Florida based economics professor one month later. That gentleman later sold it through a New York collectible car dealer to the same Hollywood film producer (his second ownership of the automobile) who in 1998 allowed us to acquire it as part of an important group of Rolls-Royce and Bentleys being assembled for an enthusiastic gentlemen who later entrusted it to a reliable museum facility which held it from 2002 until we reacquired it in November 2009. It has been part of two important collections since a complete and thorough upgrade of the December 2010 restoration and is in virtually the same Concours condition today. The Dusk Grey lacquer finish is a fine compliment to the fresh Scarlet Connolly hide interior, both colors as originally supplied. The interior wood veneers have been refinished to show quality for the first time since 1963. The mechanical aspects of this never damaged, very strong exciting performer have been freshly upgraded to provide years of reliable enjoyment to it's eighth owner in over 54 years. As part of the process the underside, engine, engine bay and wiring were brought to Concours standards as well. Unlike some European delivered examples, it is equipped with original equipment air conditioning and power window lifts. Complete tools and correct original owner's handbook complete the package. The daughter of the first owner has kindly provided us with copies of original photos of her mother with the car. These are the black & white shots shown. The present odometer reading is 74,592 kilometers (approximately 44,755 miles) and the known history, lack of wear to key indicators and what older service exists tend to confirm it. This is by far the finest of necessarily few real left drives available anywhere.
The second of only 7 left drives built to this configuration from 1963-1965, only two of which were supplied with individual front seating rather than divider partitions. History: The very comprehensive copies of the factory & coachbuilder records show William Harrah as the first owner. Mr. Harrah was a pioneer automobile enthusiast who established a fantastic 3,000+ car museum at his hotel & casino facility in Reno, Nevada. He also owned Modern Classic Motors, the Rolls-Royce & Ferrari distributorship for that area of the US. LCAL17 was delivered to Mr. Harrah on 7 November, 1962 finished in two shades of Grey with Blue-Grey Cord broadcloth (rather than leather) interior. The effectiveness of the original limousine specification air conditioning & engine cooling systems have since been dramatically increased by ourselves utilizing more modern technology. The Blaupunkt AM-FM radio & glovebox door mounted altimeter shown were part of the original specification. It was part of Mr. Harrah's legendary stable of Rolls-Royces until it's resale a few years later to a well-known celebrity entertainer & personal friend of his (name upon request) who reportedly admired the color layout used for 5LVF129, a 6,500+ mile 1967 James Young PV16 Formal Limousine displayed in the museum. This car was refinished to his order in the same Mercer Brown TN927 lacquer with its present day VM859 Chestnut Connolly hides. The Walnut Burl veneers since refinished by ourselves compliment the interior beautifully. This never damaged specimen remained in his collection until late 2013 when it was purchased through an agent by ourselves & supplied to its third careful owner after we carefully prepared it to show standards per the request of that gentleman. The odometer reading at that time was 96,369. Recently traded back to us against a James Young PV23 Touring Limousine, it has traveled only 785 miles since. The dated Mercer Brown exterior has been freshly re-lacquered in Antelope over Garnet, an especially elegant color layout of the era. This spectacular performer is by far the finest (& perhaps the only) left drive SCT100 available anywhere in the world.
One of only 26 left drives built from 1960 – 1962, this factory air-conditioned aluminum bodied Sports Saloon was in 1991-1992 a previously undamaged largely original subject of a fine restoration to the order of a noted Bentley fancier. The chassis was found to have had some desirable upgrades to S-3 specification previously. The decision was made to upgrade the engine to S-3 specification and to fit an electronic ignition system as well. The resultant performance enhanced by the original S-2 Continental differential is in excess of any Silver Cloud based product. The factory air conditioning system was upgraded at the same time. The automobile was enjoyed in Switzerland until it was traded to us against an S-1 Continental Park Ward Coupe and resold to a very meticulous client residing in Monaco and the UK as well as Florida. It has since been very well looked after by the highly regarded service facility in the UK. It once again became our property (traded on yet another S-1 Continental Coupe) in 2012 and was supplied to a long time local client who recently traded it to us against yet a THIRD S-1 Continental Sports Coupe!! Finished in Bayard Crimson and trimmed in Champagne Connolly hides, this exciting high speed performer will prove a most worthy addition to any connoisseur's stable. The ownership pedigree of the automobile since our first acquisition in 1989 in entirely original condition aside from an older respray, is quite extensive and well documented with photos and internal repair files, which will become the property of the next keeper. Complete owner's handbooks and small tools in their original H.J. Mulliner special case are included along with copies of the factory work history.
One of only 49 left drive examples built from 1960-1962, this aluminum bodied example of the coachbuilders' art was first delivered to Dr. George Westgate on 26, May 1960, finished in a very elegant color layout of Medium Grey with matching Blue Grey hides, as it appears today. Dr. Westgate was also the owner of a very elegant Style 7484 H.J. Mulliner Convertible finished to match. During the late 1980s after capturing the 1987 RROC National Award corresponding to the plaque still on the dashboard, it found its way to the stable of the highly respected UK sales and restoration facility of P.J. Fischer who reportedly and evidently carried out a high quality cosmetic and mechanical review of the automobile before selling it on to a careful individual in Sweden, from whom it was recently acquired. The kilometers per hour speedometer currently in place was required for operation in that country. The odometer reading was 97,353 miles as stated by the seller from whom we received it. The 1989 P.J. Fischer inspection report shows 93,360 miles at that time. Correct handbooks and complete tools, the small ones in their special Mulliner box accompany the automobile along with copies of the factory and coachwork records. The original chassis, engine and body have never been separated from each other and there are no collisions or other "horror stories" in its 58 year history. If desired, air conditioning can be installed at an additional cost. Although prepared in the same fashion for sake of originality of appearance, the technology available today did not exist at the time of manufacture, hence the systems are much more efficient. "Price Adjustment" Update: Although never fully restored, this automobile was awarded First Place honors in the Postwar Rolls-Royce and Bentley Class at the 2016 Boca Raton Concours d' Elegance. The Tiffany glass trophy shown in the photos will accompany the car to its next home.
The second of 22 left drive alloy bodied high speed two door "Sports Saloons" built between 1956 and 1958, this never damaged example has been the cherished property of affluent, sensitive keepers since first delivered December 1955. Ownership Pedigree 1955-1965 D.S. Whitman, Whitman Laundry, Atlanta Georgia. Delivered Maroon with Beige hides. 1965-1971 Dr. Charles B. Fulghum, Atlanta, Georgia. Recorded in RROC Magazine "The Flying Lady" 1967 & 1968. 1971-1971 Dominic Capelli, Charlotte N.C. 1971-circa 1996 Steve Morton, Chicago, Illinois. Restored for him and driven to 1973 RROC National Meet, Newport, RI. "Rolls Royce Trophy" (Best of Show, Postwar). Driven home to Chicago, and to 1974 Indianapolis RROC National Meet- "H.J.Mulliner Coachwork Trophy." Driven to its new home in California- 1975 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance -2nd in Class, 1976 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance- 2nd in Class. Pictured in March 1979 Car Collector Magazine finished Beige with Red Connolly hides. "Major refresh" in the early 1980s, additional local First Place Trophies including the Santa Barbara Concours. No "trailer queen", it was enjoyed by Mr. Morton for over 25 years and was continually driven to those various events. 1996-2012 Gordon Apker, Arizona & Washington State. Beautifully maintained by Mr. Apker's highly regarded facility and carefully enjoyed, as evidenced by its condition in 2012, closely resembling the photos taken more than three decades previously. 2012- present. Acquired by Robert Matteucci through Vantage Motorworks, Inc. and prepared by them to Pebble Beach Concours standards throughout. Shown at Pebble Beach 2013 finished Mushroom Beige with matching hides, not shown at any event since. Complete restoration dossier and invoices, archival materials, correct handbooks and complete tools in their special Mulliner box accompany the vehicle. There are no known defects to any aspect. We are pleased that the automobile captured the Best in Class trophy at the 2017 Boca Raton Concours d'Elegance. We will resist the temptation to enter it in future concours as we feel that option should be reserved for its subsequent owner.
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Restoration mechanics are required to possess qualifications and experience, have very good diagnostic skills, be self motivated and able to work with minimum guidance. Being a team player is also crucial when the need arises.
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Painter's with experience in lacquer, urethane and basecoat systems. Skilled in dismantling and reassembly of body parts and the ability to work in a team environment.