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Rolls Royce 20/25

Rolls Royce 20/25 is one of our most popular choices among brides. This vintage Rolls Royce captures the essence of adventure and romance of the 1930’s, its raked grill and soft flowing lines gives a sense of spirit. The light body ensures that the passengers all have excellent visibility.

Our Rolls Royce features:

  • green leather interior
  • plenty of leg and head room
  • glass partition affording extra privacy for the passengers
  • large doors – easy to enter and exit, even in a “big” dress

Please note that we can transport this car on a special trailer, so you can have a car of your dreams irrespective of the distance.

Rental Fee

The rental cost for this car will depend on the distances and to be travelled and the selected options. We can even transport it with a special car and a trailer, so you can have a wedding car of your dreams irrespective of where you are! The rental fee includes a chauffeur as well as car decorations (ribbons, rosettes, flowers).

Please call our office to check the availability and the final rental cost of this car before booking. 

Description

The Rolls-Royce 20/25s were built between 1929 and 1936 as the direct replacement for the original “20”. As with all pre-war Rolls-Royces, only the chassis and mechanical parts were made by Rolls-Royce. The body was made and fitted by a coachbuilder selected by the owner.

Beautifully and carefully crafted, the 20/25 was surprisingly slow, even for the period — about 70 mph. It was intended to appeal to owner drivers but many were sold to customers with chauffeurs.

An ‘Autocar’ report in 1931 describes the 20/25 thus: “Every single feature spells durability, the machine is on a plane altogether superior to the normal style of motor car”.

This claim is backed up by the fact that this model was the choice of some of the most famous sporting drivers of the day: Tommy Sopwith, Prince Bira of Siam and Sir Malcolm Campbell.

The Rolls Royce 20/25 was featured many films such as; The League of Gentlemen (1959), Father Came Too! (1963), The Brides of Fu Manchu (1966), To Be or Not To Be (1983), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989), The Remains of the Day (1993), Simon Sez (1999), Enigma (2001).

You can watch the Rolls Royce in action here (video).