Silver Service Limousines The 1960 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud 11 was first owned by John G. H Carroll. Registration: JGC 000 Mr Carroll was responsible for bringing out some very famous people during the 1960s. These are just some of the names of people who have been chauffeured around in style: The Beatles Vanessa Lee Sir Ralph Richardson Bobby Hows Terry Thomas John Truscot AO Marsha Hunt Cyril Richard Sir Robert Helpman Sammy Davis Jnr Harold Holt Ray Milland Arthur Caldwell Marlene Dietrich Henry Bolte Danny Kaye Jo Cahill June Bronhill Dobbs Franks Lord (Peter) Graves Sir Robert Menzies & Dame Pattie 1951 Silver Wraith Rolls Royce Silver Service Limousines Engine No: WHD77 Chassis No: W76D Park Ward Coach Built Saloon in Black with Silver Dawn Headlamps. Body No: N123 Delivered via Kellow Falkener Motors to George.
R. J. Nicholas of Aspro Clear fame On 2nd of May 1951 it was Reg'd Vic UP 888 1960 vehicle was acquired by Mr Paul M.
Samuels NSW 1961 then acquired by McLaughlin Motors Vic 1964 acquired by Dr David Gunter Victoria Acquired & Restored by Keith Palmer in the late 90's. Bought by Always Classic Cars In 1999 Re Registered Original No Plate UP 888. One of the 2 Preceding Park Ward Saloons their design 144 Was displayed on the Kellow Fawkener Stand at the April 1951 Melbourne Motor Show. GYD 12 engine N9G, off test July 1934,Cooper Saloon delivered in London, Sept.
1934, Mrs Hilda M. Kidd (nee McKay, sister of Cecil McKay owner of GYD 15), Sunshine Victoria (Sunshine Harvester Co). In Vic by 1936 registered Vic 58-820, re bodied as a Martin & King saloon Mrs Kidd (married to Col George Stevenson of South Yarra, Melbourne) registered Vic-278-237 Oct.1938.
Wing Commander B.L. De Melnotte, Vic 1950, J.S. Muir, Ringwood, Vic 1954, Mclaughlin Motors, for sale £750, 1962, Charles McI. Janes? Vic and Gunnedah, NSW, 1975.
Later the vehicle was purchased by the Circus family Ashton and was used by the Circus to drive the clowns around. It also had a large speaker in the front to announce that the circus was in town. The vehicle came from Queensland.
The vehicle was white and came with a big dent in the rear passenger guard. This was caused by one of the elephants. 1932 Rolls Royce was nick named Tom after its owner Tom Roberts. Registered Tom 32.
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