1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Brewster-Bodied Huntingdon
Seven-Passenger Limousine: 1 of 125 left-hand drive Phantom II
chassis built in England for the US market after the Springfield,
MA factory stopped productionChassis no. 207AJS is one of only 125
left-hand drive Phantom II chassis built in England for the
American market after the Springfield, Massachusetts factory
stopped production. This 1931 Brewster-bodied Huntingdon
seven-passenger limousine was first sold to McSweeney in Atlantic
City, NJ who had also previously owned two Rolls-Royces: 393HH and
S240RM. A plate showing later ownership by Robert Ducruax of NY is
also present. Chrome is decent and paint is two-tone black and
burgundy but everything requires restoration. The door fit looks
good but at the bottom there is some flaring out. Original interior
in decent order, and with care, much of the original rear interior
could be retained. Usable seat in the back with no rips or tears.
Woodwork is checked in front but complete and there is a full range
of instruments. Odometer shows 45,000 miles. Not running but the
engine compartment looks very complete and undisturbed. The black
vinyl top is in good shape. The glass is checked and frosted from
age. Windscreen on front is showing some aging. A flying lady
mascot comes with the car but the mount is wrong for the radiator.
A rewarding project. It would surely be impossible to find a more
reasonable AJS/AMS chassis proposition!Chassis no. 207AJSPrice:
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