Rolls-Royce 1920 Silver Ghost Pall Mall Dual Windscreen Tourer

1920 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Pall Mall Tourer
Chassis # 106FW
In 1920 this beautiful Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost was shipped to America where its owner,  Samuel Hodgson,  had it fitted with a body by Brooks-Ostruk upon its delivery on April of 1921.  (See photos below of a picture of this body on a sawhorse.)  It also received a trusty Ward-Leonard transmission which would become a feature common to later Ghosts.
By 1927 it was re-fitted with the body that is on it now by Rolls-Royce Custom Coach Works. 
In the 1950's the car was subject to an award-winning ground-up restoration that has remained on it for over sixty years. This included new paint,  upholstery,  and top as well as re-nickeled bright work,  re-plated original hardware,  and re-finished black walnut interior woodwork.  The engine was completely rebuilt including new pistons,  rings,  bearings,  valves,  valve-guides,  gaskets,  etc.  The magneto was also re-built at this time,  radiator removed and boiled out,  engine block enameled,  and vacuum tank added to gas system.  The chassis was completely re-wired,  steering re-conditioned and aligned,  and rear end re-built. 
The restoration was done so well that,  even after sitting for fifty years without being started,  we were able to turn the engine over without a problem after changing all the fluids. With a tune-up and the addition of a new gas tank,  the automobile runs superb and still retains its old world charm. See the photo below of the car when it was found in a barn.
If this car was five years older and pre-WWI end date,  it would be worth $500k.  Now is the time to buy this great classic.  It won't be long before it will bring the current pre-war price.

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