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1936 Rolls-Royce 25/30 H J Mulliner Sports Saloon

Sale price: £42,500.00 make an offer

Car location: Bethesda, United Kingdom

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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Model:
1936 Rolls-Royce 25/30 H J Mulliner Sports Saloon
Doors:
4
Engine:
4,257
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1936 Rolls-Royce 25/30 H J Mulliner Sports Saloon for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.05) based on 405 votes
An attractive example. in good. useable condition following a great deal of expenditure by the last owner of 25 years. amounting to about £40. 00. Work has included a full engine overhaul. new cylinder head. complete re-paint . e-wire. and much more besides. The work is documented in a large file of papers which is included with the car. The car drives nicely. is good and sound. looks smart. and is lively and willing on the road. We have just successfully reinstated the original registration number. after twenty something years of the car running round on an ‘age related' number. which is very pleasing!

Chassis No. GTL68. Reg No. CYX 434. £42. 00.

Snippets – Oil Wells & a Ship Yard Actress.

Thomas Lavington-Jacks (1884/1966). Resident-Director of the Anglo-Persian Oil Company (renamed as BP) was stationed in Tehran from 1926/35. During his time abroad Lavington-Jacks amassed an important collection of Iranian antiquities. including an Achaemenid silver bowl dating from 4th Century BC (the time of Darius III who was defeated by Alexander the Great). The bowl was displayed in 1935 at The Hermitage in St Petersburg and in 1998 was acquired by the British Museum. GTL68 remained with Thomas Lavington-Jacks until 1944 when she was acquired by J. Lloyd Shakespeare. trumpet virtuoso & dance time band conductor whose 1920s recordings included: “Roll Away Clouds”. Baby Blues”. “Laughing Marionette” & “Whistle Away Your Blues”. In 1942 Lloyd Shakespeare & his partner (later wife) the stage & screen actress Miss Betty Warren purchased Stebbings Shipyard which was located on the River Thames. During this time the firm produced lifeboats. whales & dinghies for the Admiralty & MoWT. A yacht previously owned by Lloyd Shakespeare yacht was one of the little boats used at Dunkirk; at that time it was owned by Lt-Col Claude Hardie and named “Dab II”. it was renamed “Breda” in memory of the 3rd crossing when the passengers were Dutch soldiers from Breda. Later owners of GTL68 included several military officers Colonel A S Lowe of Baker Street & Captain Neville John Buss who served with the Zambian Army & who registered GTL68 in Ndola. Zambia. During the 1980s the owner was Wilse Mare. an architect in Pretoria. a keen car enthusiast & a leading member of the Pretoria Old Motor Club.

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