Gracious and Exhilarating 1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Sedanca de Ville. With coachwork by Barker. As featured in the Rolls-Royce book of Phantom II Continentals by Raymond Gentile. This truly stunning and fantastic Art Deco Rolls-Royce has believed to have only covered some 58,000 miles from new. Being part of the famous Fawley Collection in the 70's and subsequently owned by Sir William McAlpine for his private collection. Having been extensively restored at the cost of over £130,000 all work being carried out by respected marque specialists. All bills available and being maintained regardless of cost ever since. With an extensive history file. Her coachwork is finished in Royal Blue with Black Japan leather roof. Her interior being in deep maroon leather to the chauffeur's compartment and Maroon West of England cloth to the rear. Her original stylish Art Deco interior fittings are in polished Stainless steel with Deep Red lacquered dashboard and matching coffee tables to the rear with folding foot stools. Being very unusual for its period. Twin side mounts. All original buff and green log books and full set of factory chassis and build sheets. All original tools. This magnificent car is probably one of the finest on the market, and winner of many awards.
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