A child's car modelled as 'skiff-bodied' 1922 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost

Summary

  • Type 
    Toys & Games
  • Lot number 
    106
  • Location

Description

A child's car modelled as 'skiff-bodied' 1922 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, modern, capable of approximately 8mph variable speeds with both forward and reverse gears via lever stick, dual braking system with disc brakes to front wheels, supported by an 'eye' section beam axle with coil and leaf springs, steel box section chassis with rack and pinion steering, electric 24 Volt motor/transaxle is powered by 2 new Lucas 34AH gel batteries and is controlled by an intelligent 4QD brain, coachwork polished aluminium bonnet, nickel plated radiator grille with 'Spirit of Ecstasy' mascot, wooden ribbed boat-tail body clad with ply slats, carvel finish in dark mahogany, with stringing type light decking, gloss varnished, interior deep buttoned maroon leather-cloth, two-seater with front and rear compartments, Birdseye Maple veneered dashboard with dummy gauges, aero screens, opening near side door. Featuring working side and head lamps, adjustable pedal length for differing drivers from children to average adult size, 2 spare tyres in steel front wings, 300 x 12 pneumatic on wire spoked wheels. Overall length 2400 x width 900 x height 900.