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Entwistle shooting brake rolls off for nearly £45,000

Former John Entwistle Rolls-Royce shooting brake sells for £43,700


John Entwistle of The Who was a man who bought cars “to drink in” given that he never learnt to drive. A Rolls-Royce shooting brake that he commissioned in 1980 that The Steeple Times recently featured sold today at Bonhams for £43,700 including premium.


The former John Entwistle Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II shooting brake sold for £43,700 including premium
The former John Entwistle Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II shooting brake sold for £43,700 including premium

Given the comments of adoration that we received from readers we are not surprised the £12,000 to £16,000 estimate was easily beaten. We wonder just WHO will be shooting off in it now.



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1 comment on “Entwistle shooting brake rolls off for nearly £45,000”

  1. Matthew Interestingly, there is another RR shooting brake built for the late Colonel Townend of Hill House School.
    It seems permanently parked under a block of flats in Sloane St. What a great man he was…shame greatness fails to run in that family

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