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1931 Rolls Royce 7 Seat Grand Tourer

 

this elegant Rolls Royce grand tourer was built by Rippon brothers coachworks, as their show car for the 1931 season. it is ideally suited for wedding use, as it will seat up to 7 people. the coachwork is finished in old English white and the interior in black pleated leather .this car is ideal for bridesmaid's with the large seating capacity, but superb when just two are traveling in the spacious cabin. a 1930's Rolls Royce finished in old English white must surely be every bride's dream.

this is a sister car to our other Rolls Royce's and they are all finished in the same matching paintwork, special rates can be made if booking two or all three of these vehicles.

 

this is a new ground up restoration completed in june 2016

 
 

YW8124 IS A ROLLS ROYCE PARKWARD TOURER BUILT IN 1928

A truly stunning fully restored and refurbished pristine condition  convertible Rolls-Royce from the twenties. The log book shows the cars original owners like a list from 'Who's Who', being first owned by a member of The House of Lords, then a Famous Musician, and then by divine intervention spent some time on the Royal Balmoral Estate.  Those who have travelled in the car also reads like a 'Who's Who' with amongst others leading British Actor Richard Briers.Being a convertible you have the choice of travelling with the hood completely down, with the hood up but with open sides, or if the weather turns out not to be so kind glass window side screen panels can be slotted into place to afford a little more protection.  This car boasts an interior of highly polished wood veneers, footrests, leather seating and even has a period radio fitment but has an up to date CD system discreetly added so you can provide your own special music if required. The white coachwork of the car is Olde English White which is a soft white similar to Ivory. 

EE6633 IS A ROLLS ROYCE ROYALE TOURER BUILT IN 1927

A truly stunning fully restored and refurbished pristine condition ’Ebony and Ivory’ convertible Rolls-Royce from the roaring twenties.  Among the very well known persons who have travelled in this car are famous The Kinks musician Dave Davies Being a convertible you have the choice of travelling with the hood completely down, with the hood up but with open sides, or if the weather turns out not to be so kind glass window side screen panels can be slotted into place to afford a little more protection.  This car boasts an interior of highly polished wood veneers, footrests and leather seating and also has a heater so it is suited for both summer and winter weddings. The white coachwork of the car is Olde English White which is a soft white similar to Ivory.