Original 1954 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Long Wheelbase with
coachwork by H.J. Mulliner & Company: Left-Hand Drive This 1954
Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Long Wheelbase with coachwork by H.J.
Mulliner & Company is a largely original left-hand drive example
that is in need of cosmetic recommissioning. Mechanically sound, it
runs and drives but should be serviced prior to being considered
roadworthy. The paint is heavily damaged and a repaint should be
thoroughly considered. The two-tone brown and pewter paint job is
full of blemishes. The interior deserves to be completely redone as
well and needs the most attention. The seats are tan leather
accompanied by gray carpets. The front seats are heavily worn but
the rear bench and carpet look considerably better than the front.
The wood trim in the back seat is in fair shape, but the wood up
front has seen quite a bit of wear. Overall, the interior condition
of this Silver Wraith is rough and is a great candidate for
restoration. Under the hood, the engine bay is in decent condition
and all components appear to be in their proper location.
Underneath, we have a decent undercarriage. The floorboards and
frame appear solid, but the frame does exhibit some surface
corrosion. The car was originally delivered to Ottawa in 1954 to
the Secretary of State of Canada. Years later, the Wraith was
titled in 2000 in Miami, Florida, and then sold to the previous
owner in 2007. This is an excellent opportunity to secure a popular
luxury automobile below market value that has the potential to be
very special once rehabilitated. Furthermore, coachbuilding by H.J.
Mulliner & Co. cements this Wraith as a highly unique model. Price: