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1935 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Barker Saloon GPG49

Sale price: £32,500.00 make an offer

Car location: Bethesda, United Kingdom

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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1935 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Baker Saloon GPG49
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1935 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Barker Saloon GPG49 for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.05) based on 264 votes
A correct. sound and mostly original saloon. recently painted in ‘L. N. E. R. green' and black. which compliments the original dark green leather interior. which is still supple. free from splits. and in very appealing condition. The headlining needs renewing. The car has louvred bonnet and scuttle. correct lamps. trumpet horns. and has recently been fitted with new tyres. The car will be prepared and MoT tested before sale.

Chassis No. GPG49. Reg No. CGU 978. £32. 00.

Snippets – The MacGeorge Scions :

After appearing in the Barcelona Motor Show of 1935 the first owner was Andrew Morrison MacGeorge whose family. in 1853. founded the IAAG (Institute of Accountants & Actuaries of Glasgow); occupations of this diverse family included: Authors. Artists. Collectors of Great Works of Art. Scottish Gentry. Merchants. Priests & Stockbrokers. In 1905 Andrew's Uncle - Bernard Buchanan MacGeorge sold his set of Four Shakespeare Folios to Marsden Perry of Rhode Island for the sum of £10. 00. 00 which today equates to £1million; BB's art collection also included a 1st edition of Emma; “The Butterfly” by James Whistler and works by Charles Meyron & William Blake. Andrew MacGeorge's home of 20 Woodside Terrace. Glasgow was immediately next door to his Uncle Bernard who lived at Nr 19 Woodside. The architect for the Woodside Hill area in Glasgow. George Smith. was well-known for his classic style of construction which showing in both his private & his commercial designs which included the Exchange Coffee Room. Royal Medical Society & various Banks. By 1957 GPG49 is shown to be with John Miller of “Midross” of Arden – the Rosses are a succession of small headlands which project into Loch Lomond – Nether Ross. Middle Ross. Ross-Finlass. Ross-Dhu and Ross Arden.

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