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Rolls-Royce 25/30 h.p.

Rolls-Royce 25/30 h.p. in Badlands, Movie, 1973 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

Rolls-Royce 25/30 h.p.

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der.krusche AT

2007-02-24 15:47

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royce or bentley, I cant say ... (shame on the cinematographer, he did not care ;-))

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wickey SK

2007-02-24 15:48

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25/30 h.p. ?

JIMS RR US

2007-02-25 02:20

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Pre-war Rolls Royce but not sure of model or year. I'm not up on the early cars. Could be a 20/25 or a 25/30 from the mid-thirties.

robgeelen NL

2007-02-28 18:00

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Either 20/25 or 25/30 - very indistict picture...

park-ward FR

2007-05-01 18:26

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This body looks very much like the "Special" saloons built by Southern & Coachcraft to rejuvenate Twenty chassis. For example, #GBM11 can be seen on the Real Car C° web site in the 1995 "sold" page.

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Skilleter EN

2010-05-14 13:56

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I agree it looks like a Southern Coachcraft body of about 1936, so could be a re- body of a late production 20 or very early 20/ 25. It was during that year that the last 20/ 25's and first 25/ 30's were built. Earlier than this the front wings would not extend down to 'bumper' level and later cars tended to have 'fuller' wing lines and, often, 'draughtless ventilation'. The car in the foreground is a 1959 Buick. The car looks to me like a somewhat 'cavilier' 1970's American restoration. You could specify chrome 'ACE' wheel discs in the 1930's, but they were rather rare then. The front bumper does not look quite right and the garish all- red colour scheme would have been distinctly 'non 'U' for the 1930's- though of course you could have had your new Rolls finished in any colour that could be mixed.

-- Last edit: 2010-05-14 14:01:55

vilero ES

2011-02-08 21:38

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Furillo SE

2018-01-16 13:28

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