1935 Rolls Royce Sedanca DeVille
The Rolls Royce Sedanca DeVille in was built in 1935 for Cecil David George Brownlow Lord Burghley 6th Marquess of Exeter.
Acceded: 1956 at Eton. Born: 9th September 1905, Burghley House, Stamford, Lincoln Died: 21st October 1981
Noted as an English Athlete. He won the Olympic Gold Medal for the 400 metre hurdles (1928) Defeating the favourite American Runners Frank Cuhel and Morgan Taylor. This event was depicted in The Film “Chariots of Fire”.
From 1936 he presided over the Amateur Athletic Association, which was responsible for organizing the 1948 Olympic Games in London.
The second owner was an English Pilot.
The next owner was Max Wigington he purchased the Rolls on the 1st August 1967. Mr Wigington Inc.Industrial Supplies-Steel.
Delivered from England to Normandy Shores Senaca South Carolina properly licensed and Registered under South Carolina Antique Plate Number 770.
The following owner George Ronald Lovett purchased the Rolls in 1992 whilst sailing his yacht on a four-year world Tour.
Mr Lovett is from Fingal Bay NSW and a member of the Rolls Royce Club.
The Rolls Royce finally became the property of Always Classic Cars in March 2000 and in our assessment, it has done very little mileage and yet travelled three Continents. The vehicle is now commercially licensed, and we hope it will create a very special memory for you just like it did in the past.