1937 Rolls Royce 25/30 James Young

Rolls Royce 25/30 James Young Bromley Saloon

Year: 1937
Chassis no: GHO49
Registration: EXF269
Registered In: UK
Price: Sold

1937 Rolls Royce 25/30 James Young "Bromley" Saloon

Registration Number: EXF26

Chassis Number: GHO49

Sold a decade ago out of the famous Maat collection in Holland; this car is a very low mileage example having covered just 88,000 indicated miles from new.  The car covered very few miles whilst in the collection.

Coachwork is a desirable & usable sports saloon by Noted makers James Young of Bromley.  The car is fitted with a wind up division but has ample room in the front for drivers of taller stature unlike some of its limousine brothers.

Extensive works have been recently done to the car including a complete engine rebuild with well over £70,000 recently spent in addition to the cost of the car. Every single bearing in the engine & chassi shas been replaced & as a result the car is running beautifully. The engine is a paragon of smoothness running in complete silence.  Likewise the suspansion chassis & bakres are in perfect order thoughout making for a very pleasant driving experience.

The car thus comes to us in tip top running condition with overdrive allowing for long distance cruising all day at motorway speeds.  Everything needing doing has been done to this car whilst as far as possible maintaining originality to the interior.  Both front & rear seats are of high quality patinated green leather in lovely order.  Interior woodwork is all original & extends to occasional picnic tables for the use of the rear occupants.

Under the bonnet the car is tidy & well detailed given the massive works recently undetaken to it.  Pleasingly a full set of small tools comes with the car.  This is a real timewarp survivor by dint of being museum stored for many years.  It is ready for immediate extended use.

GH049 Major works carried out:


Ristes December 2014 Fit overdrive, fit full flow oil filter Supply fit new stainless exhaust.


Milford Vintage Engineering Jan 2015 New regulator, repair dynamo March 2015 Fit seat belts Adjust and fit under trays September 2015 fit new oil pump

Engine work
Front gaiters.


Ristes
Rebuild water pump, remetal main bearings Repair and repaint sun roof refit rear window parts.

 
Purchase of new CAST IRON cylinder head Milton Vintage Engineering Engine rebuild. Carrosserie company Refelt window seals, rerubber door seals
 
Engine and gearbox out. Clean sludge traps, Journals and big ends. New Clutch,vibration damper, new clutch thrust Bearing. New hub bearings. Reline and regrind brakes. Lubricate all linkages. Renovate overdrive. Reline brake servo. Remove and refit all upholstery Fit new headlining. New battery.

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1937 Rolls Royce 25/30 James Young "Bromley" Saloon

Registration Number: EXF26

Chassis Number: GHO49

Sold a decade ago out of the famous Maat collection in Holland; this car is a very low mileage example having covered just 88,000 indicated miles from new.  The car covered very few miles whilst in the collection.

Coachwork is a desirable & usable sports saloon by Noted makers James Young of Bromley.  The car is fitted with a wind up division but has ample room in the front for drivers of taller stature unlike some of its limousine brothers.

Extensive works have been recently done to the car including a complete engine rebuild with well over £70,000 recently spent in addition to the cost of the car. Every single bearing in the engine & chassi shas been replaced & as a result the car is running beautifully. The engine is a paragon of smoothness running in complete silence.  Likewise the suspansion chassis & bakres are in perfect order thoughout making for a very pleasant driving experience.

The car thus comes to us in tip top running condition with overdrive allowing for long distance cruising all day at motorway speeds.  Everything needing doing has been done to this car whilst as far as possible maintaining originality to the interior.  Both front & rear seats are of high quality patinated green leather in lovely order.  Interior woodwork is all original & extends to occasional picnic tables for the use of the rear occupants.

Under the bonnet the car is tidy & well detailed given the massive works recently undetaken to it.  Pleasingly a full set of small tools comes with the car.  This is a real timewarp survivor by dint of being museum stored for many years.  It is ready for immediate extended use.

GH049 Major works carried out:


Ristes December 2014 Fit overdrive, fit full flow oil filter Supply fit new stainless exhaust.


Milford Vintage Engineering Jan 2015 New regulator, repair dynamo March 2015 Fit seat belts Adjust and fit under trays September 2015 fit new oil pump

Engine work
Front gaiters.


Ristes
Rebuild water pump, remetal main bearings Repair and repaint sun roof refit rear window parts.

 
Purchase of new CAST IRON cylinder head Milton Vintage Engineering Engine rebuild. Carrosserie company Refelt window seals, rerubber door seals
 
Engine and gearbox out. Clean sludge traps, Journals and big ends. New Clutch,vibration damper, new clutch thrust Bearing. New hub bearings. Reline and regrind brakes. Lubricate all linkages. Renovate overdrive. Reline brake servo. Remove and refit all upholstery Fit new headlining. New battery.

RICHARD BIDDULPH
SALES & VALUATIONS

m: +44 (0) 7967 260 673
e: richard@vandp.net

SIMONE DELLA CORTE
SHOWROOM MANAGER

t: +44 (0)7377 070 943
e: simone@vandp.net

MICHAEL KLIEBENSTEIN
EUROPEAN SALES and MARKETING

m: +49 170 204 3831
e: michael.kliebenstein@t-online.de

JAN KURTY
EASTERN EUROPE SALES and MARKETING

m: +44 7872 932 675
e: kurtyinterbiz@btinternet.com

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