1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Left-Hand Drive: One of 217 Built with
Coachwork by James YoungThis 1961 Phantom V is one of just 217
built with Coachwork by James Young and is an original Left-Hand
Drive example that's ready for straightforward recommissioning.
Eggshell white with tan leather interior. Mechanically sound, it
starts up, runs and drives. This James Young Phantom V was
completed in October of 1960. It was built to US Specifications and
was delivered to New York, New York in early 1961 to a local
Rolls-Royce dealer. Currently, the paint is showing its age and is
not without its cracks and flaws. The interior is also fairly
weathered. The bench seat up front is heavily creased and there are
some cracks in the leather. However, the backseat is in better
shape than the front. The engine bay is clean overall and nothing
appears to be out of place or missing. All four hubcaps are clean,
and the tires appear to have a fair to decent amount of tread left.
James Young coachwork makes this car only 1 of just 217, and
certainly less have survived to present day. Don't miss this
ever-collectible and highly-sought after factory Left-Hand Drive
Rolls-Royce Phantom V. Chassis no. 5LBV 47 One of 217 Phantom Vs
with Coachwork by James Young Rare Factory Left-Hand Drive US
Specifications and Originally Delivered to New York, NY Excellent
Original Example Ideal for Straightforward RecommissioningPrice:
1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom V
Location:Astoria, New York
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