A 1963 Rolls-Royce Phantom V with two-tone black and yellow paintwork. Odometer reads 97065
OYM90A - Believed to be the first B-series Phantom produced.
This Vehcile was purchased from Jack Barclay in 1963 by one Sir Patrick Hall of Longford Hall Shropshire, subsequently owned by 'The Striling Motor group' London. The Phantom's original colour was Midnight Blue and was featured on the James Young stand at the 1963 London motor show.
Bodywork: James Young
Retailer: Jack Barclay
Engine: 6.2 twin carburettor V8
Equipment: two way telephone, privacy screen screen, refrigerated boot, fitted decanters and assisted headlight dipping.
Odometer reads 97065
We recommend viewing the vehicle as we are selling it on a sold as seen basis.
The battery needs replacing as it struggles to hold a charge. We have been informed of a minor slow fuel leak. The car comes with partial service history and some copies of original documents.
The car drove well on a recent local photography session. The car has been regularly MOT'd although not required for its age and shows a consistent low mileage for the past five years.
The paintwork and bodywork although attractive will require some attention in places due to small amount of blistering appearing, There is also a substantial chip on the fuel filler cap.
The Phantom's chassis has been recently undersealed.