1924 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost 40/50hp Enclosed Drive Arthur Mulliner Limousine

Mileage: 3600

Transmission: 4-Speed Manual

Chassis Number: AU21 Long Chassis

Engine Number: U17

Colour: Black over Royal Blue

1924 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost 40/50hp Enclosed Drive Arthur Mulliner Limousine

Exquisite. Finely detailed, with polished inlaid wood, second to none. Very few recorded owners


3600 miles since £103,000 spent. RREC Chassis card build sheet file

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Luxurious interior to rear with fabulous Bedford cord, detailed pockets to front & rear doors, with woven door and ceiling leaf motifs

Blinds to 5 windows.

2 occasional seats. (5 passenger seats to rear, plus 2 seats to front)

Silver plated detailed door handles ornately decorated with leaf motifs - illustrated

The most fabulous curved wood and glass division

Four part Vee-windscreen with two upper opening sections 

Smokers chimney to rear

No expense spared with Arthur Mulliner on this car.

3600 miles since £96,749.09 of restoration work by Ristes of Nottingham including engine rebuild.

£6,250 new & correct set of 33" x 5" straight sided wheels and tyres fitted recently. Twin side-mounts. This new set has replaced the well-base wheels & tyres fitted until recently.

A gorgeous family limousine for summer picnic outings, incidental Wedding Car use for friends, family or even occasional hire if so minded.

This is a very large and imposing motor car with no illusion to its high status in the day.

7428cc side valve 6-cylinder

6'9" in height, 16'7" in length. 12'6" long wheelbase.

Measure your motor house or enquire about professional car storage & come to view this long wheelbase Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost.

A perfect example of one of the finest & most elaborate luxury motor cars of the early 1920s having had restoration invoices of £103,000 in the last 10 years.

V5C registered with original registration number. Brown 1950s log book

Located in the New Forest


The 2nd owner was internationally famous; Fred Roper is pictured here with his Wonder Midgets in 1931.

Fred Roper was a theatre owner with performing adult Wonder Midgets - see You Tube film https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHuzWfat8dMI

Fred Roper is the tall one in the film. There are also any number of films and references on this link






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