1960 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Limousine with Coachwork by Park Ward:
Factory Left-Hand Drive This 1960 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Limousine
Left-Hand Drive with Coachwork by Park Ward represents an exciting
opportunity for its next lucky owner. Black with black interior. It
appears to have had some degree of restoration at some point in its
life but is now ready for paintwork and servicing. As it was mainly
sitting for the last few years, mechanical recommissioning is
recommended prior to road use. This stately Phantom V, chassis
5LAT22 is offered with copies of factory information regarding its
build and delivery. It can be confirmed as being of formal design
by Park Ward Ltd. and carries features such as air conditioning,
rear power windows, and full occasional seats for two. Also on file
is a Schoellkopf card, which denotes that the original owner was
Buckingham Livery Service in New York City. Delivered through New
York imported Inskip on October 24, 1960, in not too much time the
Rolls had made its way to California in the garage of one R.L.
Stimson of Atherton, California. Remaining in California, it
appears the car was owned for some time by Ray Kroc, the
businessman who created the McDonald's we know of today, before
ending up in the care of John Heska of Los Angeles by the end of
October 1969. Listed for sale in the classified section of The Los
Angeles Times on September 9, 1973, there is no further recorded
history from that time. Here's a wonderful chance to own a Phantom
V for the price of a Silver Cloud, an absolute bargain! As stately
and imposing now as it was when it was new, few cars command
attention and presence like a Phantom V. Coachwork by Park
WardChassis no. 5LAT22Engine no. PV61A Original USA delivery
example Rare Left hand drive specification Early California history
The definition of luxuryPrice: $49,500
1960 Rolls-Royce Phantom V
Location:Astoria, New York
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