1933 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Shooting BrakeSOLD

1933 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Shooting Brake

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$ 25,000 - $ 35,000

In keeping with the Rolls-Royce tradition of a two-model policy, the 20/25 was engineered to be the smaller sibling to Rolls-Royce's larger Phantom II. Like all Rolls models, the 20/25 was a careful, strategic evolution of the previous 20-horsepower model. Thanks to the increased engine output, coachbuilders such as Vanden Plas, Freestone and Webb, Park Ward, Brewster, Gurney Nutting, Coachcraft, and Thrupp & Maberly could offer more lavish coachwork without the hazard of reducing satisfactory performance. Almost 4,000 20/25 chassis were manufactured and sold between 1929 and 1936, making it one of Rolls-Royce's best-selling contemporary models. This example has been fitted with a Shooting Brake wood body that presents well. It gives it a very sporty look and makes it a unique example. It is ready for many years of use and enjoyment.

Reference Number 363375

as of 7/22/2015

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