Chassis No GTZ 9
This Rolls-Royce 1933 20/25 Gurney Nutting Owen Sedanca is reputedly known as the 1933 Paris Show Car, although the Magneto plate written in French is the only verification that would confirm this.
The car was purchased by its current owner back in the 1980s where previously it had spent many years in the USA.
During the current ownership the Rolls-Royce has been maintained to a very high standard and today still presents a very nice representation of this beautiful piece of engineering.
The light blue over dark blue is an absolute stunning combination with the tan hood and interior to finish it off perfectly.
Previous work has been carried out to a very high standard and the engine was stripped and rebuilt, some of the engine works were carried out by Fiennes Restoration.
The engine bay is detailed to show standard, it’s had a complete Rolls-Royce specification rewire, the one shot system has been completely stripped and rebuilt, the fuel system stripped too including the Autovac, suspension has been overhauled, new leather gaiters added, wood cappings all re-veneered and new carpets made and fitted.