The stylish and excellent quality Gurney Nutting designs are very much admired by Rolls Royce and Bentley enthusiasts. It is true that also on chassis number GNC42 this London coachbuilder excelled himself by designing a perfectly proportioned, two-position drophead Coupé coachwork. Its classic lines are of an elegance that cannot be faulted. A long chassis model, it is the only Rolls-Royce 20/25 completed by the coachbuilder with this style of body. As is often the case also this 20/25 spent the 1-st episode of her life in the UK, was shipped to the USA and resided at the other side of the Atlantic for a while and finally came back to her country of origine. This return to England meant at the same occasion undergoing a full program of mechanical and cosmetic restoration surely necessary by that time. Two years later this Gurney Nutting 20/25 emerged from a high quality, and necessarily very expensive, restoration. These specialist jobs were executed by the well reputed Rolls Royce craftsmen. The logic result is a smashing looking drophead Coupé with immaculate maroon paint finish, superb quality leather Bridge of Weir interior and perfectly trimmed hood in finest black mohair. All the brightwork was extensively re-chromed and a set of five new tyres fitted. On top of all this, at the arrival of this beautiful Rolls Royce at our specialized workshop, we invested some extra time detailing the cars chassis and suspension. Consequently driving this Rolls Royce on the road is a great pleasure. Smooth power from the engine. Easy gearchange. Perfect road behaviour and no rattles whatsoever. GNC42 is offered with old-style logbook, UK V5 registration document and a substantial file of history.
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