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The Rolls-Royce 25/30 was built as a replacement for 20/25 as the “small” Rolls-Royce which ultimately marked the final development of the Twenty. This final leg would last through 1938, and featured more modern styling through a variety of coach-built bodies. Although the 25/30 was a “junior edition” it was every inch a Roll-Royce and built infinite care. Powered by an inline-six, 4.3 liter engine it was much more powerful than the 20/25, producing 85 horsepower and capable of sustained speeds of 75 to 80 mph. Through the use of parts by other manufacturers, Rolls-Royce was able to keep costs under control while still providing a superior automobile. There were 1,201 25/30s sold before it was replaced by the Rolls-Royce Wraith.
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- “Small” Rolls-Royce
- Modern styling in various coachbuilt bodies
- Considered a “junior edition” Rolls-Royce with modern styling in various coachbuilt bodies. 1,201 25/30’s were sold prior to the replacement Rolls-Royce Wraith