1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Shooting Brake
Editor’s Note: Woody wagons are the ultimate in cool. Why not take it up a notch and purchase a 1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Shooting Brake? Check out this wonderful machine that was sold at the Barrett-Jackson 2013 Scottsdale Auction. B-J kindly supplied the information and photos.
Lot Number: 5006
Auction: SCOTTSDALE 2013
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Year: 1930 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE
Model: PHANTOM II
Style: SHOOTING BRAKE
Exterior Color: GREEN
Interior Color: GREEN
Cylinders: 6 Engine
Size: Transmission: 4-SPEED MANUAL
Formerly owned by the famous Earl of Moray who was a descendant of King James V of Scotland. This 1930 Rolls Royce Phantom II was originally bodied with Weymann fabric covered 4 door saloon coachwork. It was rebodied in the 1950s with Shooting Brake coachwork and it was subsequently acquired by Charles Bickley in Florida who commenced a thorough restoration in the late 1980s and displayed the car in his Woodie World Museum. Since then it has been meticulously restored once again in Brewster Green with exceptional wood work. It has a beautiful walnut burl dashboard, restored windshield visor, top hinged opening windshield, passenger’s Raydyot spotlight, single Trippe driving light, Lucas headlights, single sidemounted spare on the left, fender mirrors and three row seating. The body and interior wood is finished to extremely high standards. It has been shown in Rolls Royce Owners Club Events, participated in Classic Car Club of America CARavans and is not only a superb show piece, but is a well sorted and reliable performer.
*Price Includes Buyers Commission