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1930 Rolls Royce Phantom II

The car is a 1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom II long wheel base limousine built for Turner Layton.  He was a US born African-American composer, songwriter and singer who wrote the music for such well known tunes as "Way down Yonder in New Orleans" and "After you've gone."  Layton moved from the US to London in the late 1920s and became very popular.  Then, at the peak of his celebrity he commissioned the Carlton Carriage Company to build this limousine body and install it on a Rolls-Royce Chassis.  Unusual for those times was the rear upholstery material which is ostrich and the running boards which are step plate.  In the day, it must have attracted lots of attention.

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1989 Jaguar XJ-S V-12

72,560 miles, Runs, drives and looks pretty good but does need some work and TLC. 

Asking $5,000

Contact:  Jared Carithers (928) 757 5456, Jared534@yahoo.com

2004 Mini Cooper Monte Carlo

Anniversary edition

This is number 977 of 1,000 made.

Supercharged 6 speed manual.

One owner , all records 75,000 miles. Excellent condition asking $ 8,000 or best offer.

Steve Kilgour: (702) 260-1503

77' Triumph Spitfire

1977 Triumph Spitfire 1500 with 70,600 miles. 

Runs, drives and looks good, but will need some work. 

Asking $2,500 - OBO

Contact: James Turnwall (773)-885-3304

jturnwall@gmail.com

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