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Chassis No. LSFU255



Coachwork: H.J. Mulliner Park Ward



Specs: Est. 200 hp, 380 cu. in. V8 engine, two SU carburetors, four-speed automatic transmission, front coil, rear leaf spring suspension, four-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 123"


Chassis no. LSFU255 is one of those rare automobiles, built to U.S. specifications, and delivered new to Vincent P. Cronin of New York, on the 5th of April 1965. According to the original Rolls-Royce build sheet, optional features include: Firestone white-walled tires, electric windows to both doors, emergency hand window winder, plain Sundym glass all around, and radiomobile electric aerial “T” key.



After less than ten years of ownership, the coupe was purchased in the early 1970’s by its second caretaker Mr. Will. For 35 years the car has been in the care of Mr. Will. Since purchase, this gorgeous and rare left-hand drive coupe has been meticulously cared for, sparingly but regularly driven and correctly serviced.

Recently restored, the car has been cosmetically revived to its former glory. During the course of this work, the interior was re-trimmed in its current grey hide from the original black leather. A very tasteful and functional A/C system was also fitted to the vehicle during the restoration, allowing for a comfortable ride any time of the year. The beautiful coachwork is unmarked, the panel fit is superb and the long, smooth sides are arrow straight. Inside, the barest traces of use can be seen on the gray and red piped leather seats, and the finely-grained burl wood dashboard and door trim is flawless.

Complete with original buyer’s order paperwork listing the several custom options specified by the owner, original tools, lubrication and maintenance guide, original guarantee from Rolls-Royce Limited, and extensive service documentation from 1974-2010.



When new, this magnificent motor car sold for an impressive $26,500 plus the cost of accessories. A coach built Rolls-Royce is the very symbol of a carefree life of luxury in its most refined form.



* Last production separate chassis, coach built Rolls-Royce!
* A rare and desirable left-hand drive example!
* One of only 65 ever constructed!
* Impeccably restored!

Only: $129,000.00


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Magnificent ! :D
Thanks for the pictures
Good luck for the new owner. :D
 
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