Exceptionally well-done 1964 Cloud III convertible conversion by PKW in England, on an original USA-market left-hand drive final-series Cloud. Following the meticulous workmanship that PKW is known for, it was brought back to the states and has been in private collections since. Of course, the $250K conversion would never have been done on a Cloud that had any rust or damage in its history. Finished in traditional Claret with natural leather and top, the car has consistent gaps, excellent door fit, perfect brightwork and beautifully refinished wood.
Our shop completely overhauled the engine and attended to other driveline and brake renovations, producing a Cloud III that drives as well as it looks. PKW is known for the depth of engineering in their DHC conversions, by reinforcing critical body areas and investing particular attention to the convertible top fit and operation. We also overhauled and charged the air conditioning system so the car is comfortable in any weather.
One of the forty or so Cloud dropheads that were factory-built command upwards of $400,000 today, while this close cousin is available for a fraction of that, and would consequently could be enjoyed more frequently as well!