Rolls-Royce 1930 20/25 Park Ward Coupe

This lovely coupe was sold new to Frank Seibert of  Rye, New York and then sold to Dr. Arthur McGraw of Grosse Point, Michigan in 1935.   Dr. McGraw, who was Henry's Ford personal physician, owned the car until 1939 when he donated the car to the Edison Institute.   It remained on display at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn until 1982.  
The fourth owner purchased the car from the Ford museum and it was lovingly cared unti 2005.    Over $13,000 was recently spent to prepare the car for touring.  
A well preserved, mostly original car with only 38,000 miles complete with its original fitted luggage, full set of tools, gold plated interior fittings and many other custom features.
This is one of the most unique and sporty Rolls-Royce coupe we have been able to offer.
A very appealing two place sport coupe.

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Exterior Color

Green over Black

Ineterior Color

Brown leather

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