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Thrupp & Maberly

Thrupp & Maberly was a British coachbuilding business based in the West End of London. The firm was started near Worcester about 1740. They became coach-makers to Queen Victoria. Later Thrupp & Maberly concentrated on luxury bodies for Rolls-Royce, Daimler, Mercedes-Benz and Bentley. In 1929, they built the body for Sir Henry Segrave's land speed record car, the Golden Arrow. Thrupp & Maberly operated for more than two centuries until 1967 when they closed.


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Rolls Royce Phantom II Star of India

Product no.: CCC 195

The one-off 1934 Rolls Royce was custom made for the Maharaja of Rajkot by Thrupp and Maberley finished with polished aluminum wings.

249.95 *
Still in stock
can be shipped within 1-3 days

1930 Mercedes-Benz 710SS Thrupp & Maberly

Product no.: EMC 36352
599.95 *
Still in stock
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1930 Mercedes-Benz 710SS Rolf Meyer Thrupp & Maberly

Product no.: EMC 36352 RM

In 2003, the collection of Rolf Meyer was auctioned in Paris. This exceptional convertible achieved an auction price of € 843,288.

599.95 *

1930 Mercedes-Benz 710SS Rolf Meyer Thrupp & Maberly

Product no.: EMC 36352 RMO

In 2003, the collection of Rolf Meyer was auctioned in Paris. This exceptional convertible achieved an auction price of € 843,288.

599.95 *
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