1933 Rolls-Royce 20/25hp 4-door Saloon by Park Ward

Price: - Item location: Memphis, Tennessee, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Rolls-Royce
  • Model: 20/25 hp by Park Ward
  • SubModel: 4-door Saloon by Park Ward
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: with rare suicide doors
  • Year: 1933
  • Mileage: 0
  • VIN: GEX16
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: inline 6 - 3.7 liter
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Right-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1933 Rolls-Royce 20/25 hp by Park Ward with rare suicide doors

This is an excellent opportunity to own this project Rolls-Royce that is more like a jigsaw puzzle as it comes with all the parts (except for the rear seat back cushion). It has no rust at all and has the original paint on it ! It also comes with an extra complete cylinder head. All the chassis and body parts incl. headlights, fenders, wheels, hubcaps and the radiator (valued at $4000) are in great shape. It also comes with all its wonderful history and original books. The car was originally purchased by George Hubert Kemp Sr. whose son was a WWI flying ace with 12 aerial victories. We have had the car for the last 20 years (in the position that can be seen in one of the photos without the hood), looking for an opportunity to restore it for our museum that we never found and now the museum is closed. It will probably value more even if it is parted out than what you pay for it however, we hope it ends up in the hands of someone who can bring it back to its glory.
Disclaimer: If you have any questions, please email me. I will be more than happy to help before and after the sale. Placing an offer indicates that you have satisfied yourself with the condition of this vehicle and are intent on purchasing it up to your bid amount. There are no discounts or refunds for unexpected damages. You are responsible for shipping. I will be happy to help with arrangements after your purchase. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me through eBay and we can go from there. Car is advertised locally and I reserve the right to end the auction early or change the price without prior notification. After sale, a $1000 non-refundable deposit will be required within 24 hours and the final payment is ONLY accepted via bank wire transfer or cash in person. NO other methods are accepted. Full payment must be within a week after the sale or buyer defaults on the sale. Shipping is the buyer’s responsibility and the car is expected to be picked up within a month after sale unless we make other arrangements. Winning this auction does not mean you get to come look at the car and then decide if you want to buy it. Winning the auction means that you ARE purchasing the car and plan to schedule pickup and delivery. I have tried to represent and describe the car to the best of my knowledge. There is no warranty implied or assumed within this description and the car is sold as is! None of the cars I have sold or will sell on eBay (unless otherwise mentioned) belong to me, personally. It is just that I, as a knowledgeable enthusiast help my boss and friends who are less familiar with the internet.
Selling off Vintage Car Museum of Hardy, AR : Establishment of Vintage Car Museum in Hardy, AR was the result of a lifetime chasing Horseless Carriages, Brass Era Motorcars by one self made southern businessman. Ernest Sutherland, CEO of three little high precision plastic and piping manufacturing companies, lives in Memphis, Tennessee and is a real Ford Model T Guru. I have been honored to have the pleasure of learning from and serving this charming gentleman for the past 5 years. The museum, that once was the pride and joy of Hardy, Arkansas, had become almost isolated after a shortcut expressway cut almost all the traffic to this beautiful little town. Also for his own health, Ernest family have asked him to cut back from his workaholic life style . . . All and all brings some lucky ones of you to this point that he is selling off all the museum cars for some wonderful prices. some of them for literally what he paid for them 10 or 20 years back. some of them cars are quite unique and deserve a new caring custodian.