The woodwork in these models usually responds extremely well to restoration.
Compared to some other British cars of the period, the survival rate of the factory veneer work is very high -- a testament to the craftsmen that produced it. Carefully stripping the old, and often yellowed finish, and applying fresh 2K sealers/Polyester lacquer will bring back all the original rich colour and depth.
Prices typically start at around $1800 USD for the car set of wood, and increase from there depending on model and spec. The RR inlays seen in the gallery below can be added at minimal extra cost.
In the case of veneer delimitation or moisture damage in your Rolls Royce/Bentley, I can strip and re-veneer the affected parts, including book matching and edge banding as required.