DESCRIPTION113 hp, 7,668 cc OHV inline six-cylinder engine, three-speed manual transmission, live-axle suspension with front semi-elliptic leaf springs and cantilevered rear leaf springs, and four-wheel servo-assisted drum brakes. Wheelbase: 146½ - Sporting open coachwork - Well maintained older restoration - Fascinating early provenance, including Alphonzo E. Bell and Dave Garroway - Formerly in the Collection of Richard and Linda Kughn Presented in black with tan leather upholstery and a black cloth top, its subtle design is complemented by the concave beltline indicative of the Ascot style, which in this case consists of brightly polishing the underlying aluminum of the coachwork. Chrome wire wheels are mounted with wide whitewall tires, and the dual side-mounted spares have black metal enclosures with chrome bands and side-view mirrors. Mounted above the chrome-plated flat front bumper is a pair of Pilot-Ray driving lamps. The raked, single-pane windscreens are both fitted with wind wings, and a black cloth-covered luggage trunk is fitted as well. S364LR is one of the rarest and most desirable of all Springfield Rolls-Royces. Well preserved, it is a particularly elegant design of a beautifully engineered motor car.
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