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Your chance to own a Piece of Automotive History. 

Rolls Royce 20/25 Sports Saloon ‘Sunroof’

Coachwork by Hooper

The 1936 Geneva/Amsterdam Showcar. 


Reg - CLL190

Chassis no. - GXK36

Engine no. - Y-29-C

Overdrive transmission 

New Cylinder head in 2019 and Engine rebuild in 2009 by renown NP Veteran Engineering LTD. 

‘On the button’ 

Ready to tour.

Incredible History on File.

For sale, the 1936 Geneva/Amsterdam show car. This vehicle has been owned by us for the past 3 years and maintained by us for the last 30 years. This is the best of the best in terms of a 20/25 Rolls Royce, it is mechanically completely ’sorted’ and in superb condition inside out. This outstanding example was used by Rolls Royce Motor Company to show the 20/25 to the european market at the Geneva Motor Show in 1936, since then the car has been toured to Geneva a further 2 times, aswell as France and Spain. Offering outstanding comfort, reliability and the ability to keep up with modern traffic this 20/25 really stands out from all others on the market. Viewing is highly recommended and the car is offered at an incredibly reasonable £54,995.00 GBP

1903 Curve Dash Oldsmobile - VCC Dated

1903 Curve Dash Oldsmobile

Veteran Car Club Dated

Exceptional History file

Many time London to Brighton Competitor

Current Enthusiast owner with multiple other LTB cars.

We are proud to offer for sale this 1903 VCC dated Curve Dash Oldsmobile with a truly remarkable history.

"MS120" was the first Curve Dash Oldsmobile to be Sold directly to the UK Market in 1903. The car was Imported by Oldsmobile to a Major Sanderson of Sterling Scotland. The images below show the Major driving the car in 1903. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to purchase a genuine piece of motoring history. Fast forward to the current day, this "CDO" has been in its present ownership for the last 8 years and has taken part in many London to Brighton and Creepy Crawley Runs. Offered in excellent original condition, MS120 is the perfect vehicle for the true London to Brighton Run experience having proven its pedigree in many finishes in "good time" over recent years. The car has been maintained by NP Veteran Engineering for the past 5 years where it has had yearly services prior to any outings. With Tiller steering, matching lamps and rear wicker basket MS120 is offered for sale ready for the 2023 London to Brighton Run. Please contact us for further information, MS120 will leave with a Box of History, Invoices for recently work carried out and a current V5C Logbook. £48,000 GBP

1913 Vauxhall 25HP 'Prince Henry' Sports Tourer

A Once In A Lifetime Opportunity

Ex Ken Ball/John Landless Vauxhall 'Prince Henry' Sports Tourer

Reg - LX4502

Chassis no. - C27

Engine no. - D135C

Restored by Ken Ball in the 1960's

Owned by John Landless - Former VCC President for Cica 35 Years

Maintained by NP Veteran Engineering LTD for past 22 Years - Invoices Totall

'On the Button, ready for use'

Last Serviced and Run in April 2023


We are proud to offer for sale a truly incredible piece of British Automotive Engineering and History.  

As part of a decreasing private collection 'LX4502' offers its next owner the chance to acquire an incredibly rare and well maintained 'Prince Henry' with a history file dating back to 1919.  Its current owner purchased the car in 2001 at which point it was entrusted to Nigel Parrott of NP Veteran Engineering to restore and return to its former glory. An entire Engine rebuild and repaint later the car sits as it does today with its outstanding Aluminium skinned body, 'wire wheels', 'German Silver' Radiator and Zenith Carburettor. The car was last run in April 2023 at which point it had a full service, valve lap and general health check. This 'Prince Henry' offers endless touring possibilities both in the UK and on the Continent with the push of a button and is ready to be enjoyed by its next guardian. 'LX4502' is also recorded in 'David Marsh's Register' as the oldest surviving 4-Litre motorcar of of original specification. No more than 3 'Prince Henry's' have been sold on the open market in the last 20 years, meaning this example is a truly special and unique acquisition. Viewing is strongly recommended as a car of this calibre needs to be seen and heard to be appreciated. The car will leave with numerous invoices for works carried out, Dating Certificate, V5C Logbook and a huge history file. £275,000 GBP 

1903 Renault 10hp Twin Cylinder - VCC Dated


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