1933 Riley March SpecialSOLD
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These very special cars were produced by Kevill-Davies and March Ltd. of London using their own bodywork and Riley mechanicals. The March in the firm's name was Freddie March who was more formally known as The Duke of Richmond and Gordon. Amongst other things he was the owner of Goodwood House which is today the home of major historic motorsport events run by the current Earl who is Freddie March's grandson, so we have a car with a fairly prestigious background! This particular car (which is a real March, not a replica) comes with a photographic record of its rebuild as well as a comprehensive and reassuring file of bills and general information as well as a VSCC buff form. As well as having super coachwork, its Riley machanicals and chassis have an excellent sporting background. It has the much admired twin cam hemi head Riley 9 engine which is mated to a "silent third" four speed manual gearbox. The car performs and handles very well and has real sporting character and looks. The condition has to be seen to be appreciated and it will appeal to those connoisseurs who want their car to be among the very best and who appreciate the value of having it that way. The only way of really assessing it is to see it!

Reference Number 2583

as of 7/29/2006

Overview
Car 1933 Riley March Special
Exterior / Interior Color      Light Blue 
Configuration Right Hand Drive (RHD) 
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