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Saturday, September 11, 2010

1969 Rolls Royce Mulliner Park Ward Coupe


Lot 307 Registration Number: KVR 43G Chassis Number: CRH 5107 It was in 1965 that all Bentley and Rolls-Royce saloons became unitary-construction 4-door saloons, sold either as the Bentley T Series or Rolls-Royce Silver Shadows. Although both model types had a number of coach built variations from both James Young and HJ Mulliner Park Ward, it was the later that really caught the public eye upon its launch and was assembled and finished in London at Mulliner Park Ward. Hand built by Mulliner in 1969, this handsome coupe is supplied with a comprehensive history file containing many bills and invoices and ownership expenditure from new which is evident in the cars overall condition. Recent work included a new gearbox in 2003, radiator in 2006 and a Harvey Bailey suspension and brake overhaul in 2007, plus new tyres and a further brake overhaul in 2009, new water pump and electrics in 2010. Also contained in the history file is the original service booklet, original handbook, original sales and service book, V5 document, buff log book, hand written maintenance record from 1969 until April 2010; showing a total mileage of approximately 91,000 miles, copy of build sheets, bills from P&A Wood and specialist Stewart Walker Ltd, old MoT certificates and a current item valid until October 2010. One of the last coach built Rolls-Royce’s, this example is resplendent in Seychelles blue with a blue hide interior and an elegant motor car for all occasions.


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