Rolls Royce 1932Phantom II Continental Thrupp & Maberly Sports SaloonSeries

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Technical specifications

Interior Color:Brown
Trim:Phantom II Continental
Number of Cylinders:6
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Rolls Royce 1932 Phantom II Continental Thrupp & Maberly Sports Saloon Series N2 Chassis: 132MS Engine: UQ 65

132MS was acquired by Sam Rawlins in 1972, and garaged at home until 2004 when it was transported to his shop, S.R.S., Inc. During his years of ownership, much effort and expense was dedicated to gathering correct parts and spares with a vision to perform a proper mechanical rebuild. The engine ran, and presently turns over without concern. The car was a subject of study for technical sessions held by Sam and others involved in the Phantom II Society and the RROC. Sam and other RR experts directed us to not start the engine again, as it will likely be rebuilt, and may compromise stability. Wheels and tires have been attended to and the car rolls and steers properly.
132MS has been well preserved, is not rusty, and requires restoration. Head lamps are restored in wooden crates. Bumpers are present. The mechanical and engine parts / spares will stay with the car. 132MS is pictured on page 251 of Dalton's book: "Those Elegant Rolls Royce", and on page 159 of R. Gentile's book: "The R-R PII Continental". The file contains a documented history tracing ownership from new to present, factory build sheets, and many letters and records of parts purchase and correspondence over 35 years. The file is interesting in and of itself.

The family thanks Mr. G. Morris for his fine photography depicting 132MS for an upcoming book by A. Blaize documenting the Continental chassis cars.

Quoted from Appraisal dated May 1, 2008:
Mechanical Condition: GOOD Although the engine has not run for a period of time, it was in good running condition when stored.

Physical Condition: GOOD ORIGINAL UNRESTORED Apart from the fresh wheels and tires, this is an original un-restored car we grade at Class 4+ on the standard OCPG scale.

Comments: The car was sold new on Sept. 1, 1932 to Sir Herbert Smith of Whitley Court Manor, Great Whitley, Worcestershire, England, just a few miles from the famous Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb location and about 10 miles NW of the city of Worcester. It is one of 281 P-II Continentals built by Rolls Royce between 1931 and 1935.

Fair Market Value: $90,000.00 Ninety Thousand Dollars

The car is located in Roswell, GA and the Rawlins family offers 132MS with the accumulation of parts, as is, where is, and welcomes inquiries. A file of photos is available. We can assist with the shipping process at the purchaser's expense and directive.

Best from Atlanta, GA Sam Rawlins III

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