265 Royale Windsor Laudette (2004)

Royale Windsor Laudette (2004) Engine 2933cc V6 OHV
Registration Number G 202 YRJ
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Originally supplied by the Royale Motor Company, based in Preston, Lancashire the Royale Windsor is supplied in kit form, in the style of a 1940’s Bentley and built Using a 1980’s Ford granada donor car. Powered by the 2933cc Ford V6 mated to the Ford automatic gearbox and has a full stainless steel exhaust system.
Average cost of kit and donor with an estimated average build cost of £ 30,000 with an estimated build time of 520 man hours.
The kit is now produced by Automotive Creations Ltd, Stockon-on-Tees
Popular as wedding carriage, it has four full sized doors and seats five adults in comfort.
The Royale Windsor is a part soft top roof ( landaulette ) only the back of the roof folds back so the masses can enviously view the rear occupants.
The Royale Windsor was conceived and built by John Barlow I.Eng., A.M.I.Mfge. in Bamber Bridge, Preston Lancashire.

Shot at Tatton Park, Manchester, Classic Car Show 18:08:2012 REF 88-265 .

Posted by robertknight16 on 2014-04-16 16:48:02

Tagged: , Royale , British , Kit , 2000’s