Type: Used Year: 2013 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: PHANTOM Trim: Saloon Auto Body: Sedan Trans: Automatic Mileage: 18000 Engine Size: 6749 Ext Color: Anthracite Grey
Type: Used Year: 2014 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: PHANTOM Trim: II 4dr Auto Body: Sedan Trans: Automatic Mileage: 14933 Engine Size: 6700 Ext Color: Jubilee Silver Over Midnight Sapphire
Variant name:Drophead Coupe ,Variant: 2dr Auto Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Edinburgh are delighted to present this 2008 Phantom Drophead Coupe finished in the incredible Woodland Green, with a Crème Light / Pine Green leather interior. 25471 miles. The car comes with a 2 year Provenance Warranty and Service Package. For more information, or a personalised video presentation, please contact a member of our team.
Variant name:Saloon II ,Derivative:II ,Variant: II 4dr Auto Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Edinburgh are delighted to present this VAT Qualifying 2014 Phantom. The Arctic White exterior is complemented beautifully by a Seashell and Black Interior. Just 15800 miles. The car comes with a 2 year Provenance Warranty and Service Package. For more information, or a personalised video presentation, please contact a member of our team. VAT Qualifying.
Type: Used Year: 2016 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: PHANTOM Trim: II 4dr Auto Body: Sedan Trans: Automatic Mileage: 14981 Engine Size: 6700 Ext Color: Midnight Sapphire Metallic
Type: Used Year: 2011 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: PHANTOM Trim: 2dr Auto Body: Convertible Trans: Automatic Mileage: 11822 Engine Size: 6700 Ext Color: Arctic White
The Rolls-Royce New Phantom (retrospectively known as the Phantom I) was introduced in 1925 to replace the outgoing Silver Ghost, which had evolved over a nearly 20 year production run and was regarded as the car that established Rolls-Royce as the world’s premier motorcar manufacturer. Given the Silver Ghost’s stellar reputation, it was probably a wise move for Rolls-Royce to take an evolutionary step in designing the New Phantom. The chassis of the New Phantom was essentially carried over from the Silver Ghost with a few refinements, but was fundamentally the same as a late-specification four-wheel-brake Silver Ghost. Not that this was a bad thing, as the chassis had proven itself to be massively robust and capable of delivering a driving experience like no other motorcar on the market. It wasn’t until the arrival of the Phantom II in 1929 that an entirely new chassis would be introduced – a true testament to the integrity of the original design. The engine, however was almost entirely new; an overhead valve inline six-cylinder that displaced 7,668 cc. Like the Ghost before it, the big Phantom power plant was under-stressed and developed its power with remarkable smoothness and refinement. In order to meet ever growing demand for its products in the important North American market, a subsidiary of Rolls-Royce was established in Springfield Massachusetts in December of 1919. Rolls-Royce of America Incorporated was set up in the former American Wire Wheel Company plant, and many of the highly skilled workers were retained by Rolls-Royce to work on the assembly line. By 1926, Rolls-Royce of America had acquired Brewster and Company, one of America’s most prestigious coachbuilders. A series of 28 catalog bodies would be offered, ranging from sporty roadsters to luxurious town cars. Production of Ghosts and Phantoms would reach as high as 12 cars per week until the stock market crash of 1929 when sales plummeted. Another blow was arrival of the Phantom II, which meant comprehensive retooling which RR of America simply could not afford. While Rolls Royce in Derby had moved on to Phantom II in 1929, the Springfield Phantom I would overlap it, continuing until 1931 with a total of 1241 Springfield Phantoms produced. This magnificent 1931 Springfield Phantom I is chassis number S109PR; a highly desirable, late production example wearing its original and supremely attractive Brewster Regent Convertible Coupe body. The Regent was a handsome design featuring an all-weather convertible roof, exposed landau irons, dicky seat and beautiful detailing such as a front valance that covered the front spring mounts, making for a cleaner, more modern look. The beautiful sweeping front wings carry dual side-mount spares and a convenient half-door allows for easy access to the dicky seat, so rear passengers don’t have to suffer the indignity of clambering over the rear wings. It is a sporty, yet elegant body, and with only twenty one built on the Phantom I chassis, a very rare and desirable specimen. According to John Webb de Campi’s book “Rolls-Royce in America”, chassis number S109PR was originally delivered to John Berry Ryan of New York, New York in April of 1931. It seems Mr. Ryan quite enjoyed his Regent as he retained the car until 1946 when it passed to Mr. Frances Drake. In 1951, the car was sold to Frederic Palmer who kept it through 1964 when it was acquired by the well-known Rolls-Royce collector Leslie Stevenson. Stevenson would be the car’s next long-term caretaker, keeping the Phantom I for the next 23 years until it was acquired in 1987 by another very well-known collector, Gerald Lettieri. In 1995, S109PR was acquired by Elizabeth Zoller, a long-time member of the RROC and a dedicated Rolls-Royce enthusiast. During her tenure with the car, the highly respected workshop of D&D Classic Restorations was entrusted to perform a full restoration. It was subsequently shown and earned numerous awards at important events, including the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. It has also been awarded an AACA National First Prize in 1997, an AACA Grand National First Prize in 2002, as well as a CCCA National First Prize and a 1997 RROC Concours National Award. This stunning Phantom I remains in fabulous condition despite the twenty years that have passed since the restoration, which speaks to both the quality of the work performed as well as the care it has been given by the owners. The striking livery of light gray with green wings beautifully suits the sporty nature of the Brewster coachwork. A particularly nice touch is the way the green paint of the wings and front valance carries on to the radiator shutters. Black wall Lester tires and polished alloy wheel discs continue the sporting theme, and a period trunk is mounted out back with a tan canvas cover to match the roof. Chrome plating is gorgeous; as restored by D&D’s concours winning chrome shop, Brightworks. The interior is similarly beautiful, with gray/taupe colored leather having taken on just a bit of character from use over the years, but remaining supple and inviting. The woodwork has been fully restored, the dash fitted with original instrumentation, clock and switchgear. Since its world-class restoration, this fabulous Rolls-Royce remained with a member of the Zoller family who maintained it “on the button” and ready for regular use. The 7.7 liter inline six presents exceptionally well, appearing lightly used and very well maintained. Likewise, the undercarriage is extremely tidy, clean and properly detailed. Particularly in late-production specification such as our featured example, the Rolls-Royce Phantom I is one of the finest pre-war tour cars available. Chassis number S109PR’s fabulous restoration and beautiful, rare coachwork by Brewster make it suitable for show, while the all-weather versatility and meticulous care it has received over the years make it an ideal candidate for RROC tours, CCCA CARavan tours or virtually any other Full Classic road event.
The Phantom I, officially known as the New Phantom, succeeded the long-running Silver Ghost in 1925. Over the nearly two-decades of Ghost production, countless improvements were made to the engine and chassis, therefore it was of little surprise that the New Phantom would be an evolutionary step, rather than a radically new car. While the chassis remained essentially of the same design, the biggest news was under the bonnet – in the form of a new 7.7 liter inline six featuring overhead valves, replacing the Ghost’s side-valve unit. Power output was described as “adequate” by the factory – which was delivered with the exceptional smoothness their clients had come to expect. Like the 40/50 Horsepower Silver Ghost before it, the New Phantom (retroactively named Phantom I after the introduction of the Phantom II) would be produced in parallel at Rolls-Royce of America’s Springfield, Massachusetts works. Springfield Phantoms accounted for 1,241 of the 3,453 Phantom I chassis produced. When demand was at its peak, Rolls-Royce of America purchased the legendary coachbuilder Brewster & Co. of New York. Brewster would become the exclusive supplier of catalog coachwork for Springfield-built Phantoms through the dissolution of Rolls-Royce of America in the mid-1930s. Numerous open and closed styles were offered, all built with Brewster’s typical quality and restrained elegance. Aside from the ongoing mechanical improvements, a number of late production Phantom I chassis would be delivered well after production officially ended, wearing bodies designed for the more modern Phantom II. This 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom I, chassis S209PR, is a late production example and one of just 11 Phantoms produced with this crisp and elegant Brewster “Newport” town car coachwork, a style originally intended for the Phantom II. The body exudes elegance; with a low roofline, raked windscreen and the signature Brewster “sweep” to the bonnet shut line that is highlighted in chrome. A single rear-mounted spare wheel makes for clean lines, and the subtle two-tone black and blue paintwork is understated. This car is wonderfully presented with a high-quality older restoration, backed by a meticulously compiled history file that shows a string of passionate, enthusiastic owners. According to documents supplied by the Rolls-Royce Foundation, chassis number S209PR is the 32nd from the last Springfield car completed, and was originally delivered on January 13th 1934 to S.J. Gaines, wearing the same elegant Brewster Newport town car body it wears today. After just over a year with Mr. Gaines, S209PR was sold to Miss. Belle Bacon of Massachusetts and one short year after that, the car found a longer term home with Ira Morris Nelson and his wife Constance L. Morris (herself of the legendary de Rotshchild family and the former Mrs. Paul Guggenheim). Mr. Nelson was a prominent Chicago meatpacking heir, philanthropist as well as a diplomat. The car remained with Nelson until 1946, when it was acquired by York L. Wilson of Washington D.C. The transaction is well documented with numerous letters between Mrs. Nelson’s personal secretary and Mr. Wilson. Still very much in fine running order, the handsome Rolls-Royce remained with the Wilson family for many years. Family photos show the Phantom I with Wilson’s daughter, Minerva Wilson, while she was in college in the late 1940s – making mention that it became her unofficial class mascot! Minerva Wilson would go on to become a very prominent attorney in her own right, and one of her subsequent law partners, Stanley M. Franklin, would become the next owner of this wonderful Rolls-Royce. Mr. Franklin acquired S209PR from the Wilson family in 1978, with photos showing the car being pulled from a lockup in Washington D.C., across from the Bulgarian Embassy. The photos depict the car in complete state, still wearing its original Brewster coachwork, albeit a bit tired by this point and in need of restoration. Stanley Franklin immediately recognized the importance and rarity of the car. He researched a great deal of the history and was an active member of the Rolls Royce Owner’s Club. Franklin commissioned the complete restoration of the car with White Post Restorations beginning in the early 1980s. By 1986, S209PR was in the hands of Robert Pell of LaHabra, California who completed the restoration to very high standards. The restoration proved to be a supremely expensive undertaking, topping $250,000. Pell, who owned the car through 2000, continued participation in the RROC, and the car would win awards with the AACA and CCCA as well. Most recently, S209PR was part of a very important private West Coast collection, and was maintained in beautiful order both cosmetically and mechanically. The world-class restoration has developed a slight patina over the years, taking on a charm and warmth that is well-suited to the coachwork. The cabin presents in beautiful order both in the chauffeur and passenger compartments, with fine detailing and high quality finish work. The sale will include a comprehensive original tool kit, service and repair manuals, and two large binders of historical documentation. Believed to be one of just a small handful of survivors, this elegant Phantom I Brewster Newport town car remains in fine running order and will make a most welcome participant in RROC and CCCA CARavan tours.
“NO RESERVE” 2018 BARRETT JACKSON SCOTTSDALE AUCTION 1930 ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM II “SEDANCA DE VILLE” BY HOOPER CHASSIS NO. 142GN ENGINE NO. VN 15 With only five owners from new, This Long Wheel Base P II has a well-documented history having been with the previous owner for over 50 years. This Rolls Royce was imported from England in the 1960s by Mr. Milburn of Santa Barbara, CA. who then sold the car to a Mr. Fred Crikos Sebastopol, Ca. This car started life with an open body by coachbuilder Hooper & Co, but returned to coachbuilder in 1936 to have the current “Sedanca de Ville” body it still wears today. This car is fitted with a rear sunroof, tools, factory luggage and comes with factory build sheets & documentation.
Features For more info on this vehicle call our showroom on 01708 687670 This car has covered 79511 miles, is a 5 owner vehicle and is VENEERED INSTRUMENT PANEL FASCIA, RR LOGOS ON HEAD RESTS, CHROME OPTION, INTEREGRATED MULTI-PURPOSE REMOTE CONTROL, WOOD BLACK BOLIVAR, VOICE PROCESSING SYSTEM, NAV-DVD, SLIDE/TILT SUNROOF - FRONT, TV FUNCTION RECENT SERVICE 1000 MILES AGO AT P&A WOOD Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information but errors may occur. Please check with a salesperson.
Est. 165 hp, 7,338 cc overhead-valve V-12 engine, dual ignition with dual coils and distributors, four-speed manual gearbox, independent front suspension with coil springs, live rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel servo-assisted drum brakes. Wheelbase: 142" - A proven and very reliable touring car - Impressive technical specifications with V-12 power - Highly desirable H.J. Mulliner Saloon coachwork - The Classic Car by Beverly Rae Kimes, pictured in the book, pg.729 -The Derby Phantoms by Lawrence Dalton, pictured in book, pg.385 The Phantom III debuted at the 1935 Olympia Motor Show and garnered immediate acclaim as the world’s most technically advanced series-produced automobile chassis. Its state-of-the-art, overhead-valve V-12 engine featured a one-piece aluminum alloy crankcase and cylinder block, aluminum cylinder heads and cast-iron wet cylinder liners. The highly capable chassis was a rigid cruciform-braced, box-girder design with an independent wishbone front suspension and semi-elliptic rear springs, and the four-speed gearbox offered synchromesh on the top three gears. The Phantom III also broke new ground as the first British car produced with hyd
Features For more info on this vehicle call our showroom on 01708 687670 This car has covered 76000 miles, is a 1 owner vehicle and is ONE OWNER, FULL ROLLS ROYCE SERVICE HISTORY REAR PICNIC TABLES WITH VANITY MIRRORS, REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information but errors may occur. Please check with a salesperson.
21' Forged Full Polished 11 Spoke Alloy Wheels Dynamic Package Theatre Lounge Seats Sliding Sunroof Navigation System Camera Package With Top View USB & Smart Phone Interface TV Function Rear Theatre Configuration RR Monogram Stitched Into Headrests Visible Exhausts Parking Air Conditioning Universal Garage Door Opener Piano Black Trim Black Carpets & Mats Black Leather Headlining Bespoke Interior Black Bespoke Top Stitching Automatic Boot Lid Actuation Six DVD Changer Voice Control DAB Radio Stunning Delivery Available Financing Available Full Service History
21' Part Polished Star Alloy Wheels Front And Rear Camera System Rear Theatre Configuration Sliding & Tilting Sunroof 6 DVD Changer TV Function DAB Tuner Parking Air Conditioning Veneered Instrument Panel Visible Exhausts Preparation For Mobile Phone Voice Processing System Universal Garage Door Opener Black Wool/Cashmere Headlining Piano Black Trim Audio Integration For Ipod Black Carpets & Mats Slate Seat Belts Black Centre Console Light Grey Arm Rests & Console Automatic Boot Lid Actuation Electric Memory Seats Satellite Navigation Automatic Xenon Headlights Heated Front & Rear Seats Electrical Folding Wing Mirrors Self-Righting Wheel Centres Rolls Royce Audio System Stunning Delivery Available Financing Available Full Service History
Variant name:Saloon ,Variant: 4dr Auto Rolls-royce Phantom 4dr Auto
PHANTHOM SERIES 2.GIANT SPEC. PLATINUM SILVER . SEASHELL CREAM LEATHER PIPED BLACK WITH RR CRESTS, LOUNGE SEATING.COOL BOX. STARLIGHT HEADLINING, DYNAMIC PACKAGE. CAMERA STYSTEM TV .21" PART PAINTED ALLOYS.REAR PRIVACY.VISIBLE EXHAUSTS.SUNROOF. RR FSH. 17/11/17 last service. A range of finance options are available for this motorcar. Please contact us for further details. **VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY** Video channel WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/1MARLOWCARS Follow us WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/MARLOWCARS WWW.TWITTER.COM/MARLOWCARS WWW.FLICKR.COM/PHOTOS/MARLOWCARS Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure accuracy of the above information, some inaccuracies may occur. It is important that you do not rely on this information but check with Marlow Cars limited about any items which may affect your decision to buy this vehicle. These figures relate to a typical example of this model when new. They will vary according to the age, condition, fitted equipment and mileage of the vehicle. Bluetooth phone compatibility will vary from vehicle model year, make and model - Marlow cars does not warrant or Guarantee phone compatibility- Manufacturers bluetooth phone system or aftermarket. TV Tuners are not
Specification MAKE Rolls-Royce MODEL Phantom COLOUR Black Kirsch with Mocassin Hide Interior YEAR 2005/05 MILEAGE 11600 DESCRIPTION We are delighted to be able to offer this stunning and very low mileage example for sale. Finished in Black Kirsch with Moccasin Hide Interior and Carpeting. The interior is complemented with stunning Burr Walnut Facia and Steering Wheel Spokes, Burr Walnut Picnic Tables to Rear Passenger Compartment. This example has had a total of two keepers and was originally supplied by Rolls-Royce Manchester. Full Service History with Rolls-Royce Authorised Dealers - P & A Wood, H.R. Owen and Rolls-Royce of Sunningdale and it is presented in immaculate condition. It has just been serviced by P & A Wood, along with having had a fresh MOT. It is worth noting that this Phantom was updated in 2013 to 2009 cosmetic specification by Rolls Royce of Sunningdale at a cost of £33,000.00. Works unitilesed new Rolls Royce parts and included retorfitting a new front bumper, new radiator shell, front bumper grille kit, visible rear tail pipes, new thicker rimmed steering wheel in Black hide, later style door mirrors. It is also fitted with the later style alloy wheels which co
Phanthon Drop Head. 2007.admiral blue with light creme. grey metallic appearance soft top.teak decking.stainless bonnet. tv . cameras.sat nav.dab radio. 3 spoke wood veneered wheel.just had big service and mot and factory re calls all up to date sold by us in 2010 to the last owner! A range of finance options are available for this motorcar. Please contact us for further details. **VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY** Video channel WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/1MARLOWCARS Follow us WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/MARLOWCARS WWW.TWITTER.COM/MARLOWCARS WWW.FLICKR.COM/PHOTOS/MARLOWCARS Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure accuracy of the above information, some inaccuracies may occur. It is important that you do not rely on this information but check with Marlow Cars limited about any items which may affect your decision to buy this vehicle. These figures relate to a typical example of this model when new. They will vary according to the age, condition, fitted equipment and mileage of the vehicle. Bluetooth phone compatibility will vary from vehicle model year, make and model - Marlow cars does not warrant or Guarantee phone compatibility- Manufacturers bluetooth phone system or aftermarket. TV Tuners
DESCRIPTION Amari is delighted to offer you this exceptional Rolls-Royce Ghost 6.6 4dr which is a 2009 / 09 Registered Example, in Midnight Blue with Smoke Grey Mono Interior, having covered 42,139 Miles by 4 Owners from New. EXTERIOR The gleaming exterior is presented to you in the stunning Midnight Blue, which is in an immaculate condition all around, showing the care of its previous owners. INTERIOR The interior is upholstered in Smoke Grey Mono throughout, with Veneered Instrument Panel and Steering Wheel Spokes. Also in an outstanding condition. SPECIFICATION The Rolls-Royce Phantom already has a extensive specification list, however it is enhanced by the following options: Midnight Blue Smoke Grey Mono Interior TV Function DAB Tuner Veneered Instrument Panel Coloured-Keyed Boot Trim Veneered Steering Wheel Spokes Brushed Steel Package Coachline Linear Colour Package Universal Garage Door Opener Camera System (Front and Rear) 21" Star Alloy Wheels Walnut Burr Voice Processing System Glovebox Lid with Insert Prep Preparation Mobile Phone Black Seat SERVICE HISTORY & MOT 10/11/2009 - 4,700 Miles - Rolls-Royce Main Dealer (London) 20/07/2010 - 14,995 Miles - Rolls-Royce Main Dealer (London) 20/03/2012 - 27,642 Miles - Rolls-Royce Main Dealer (P & A Wood) 18/02/2013 - 30,462 Miles - Rolls-Royce Main Dealer (Edinburgh) 30/06/2016 - 40,308 Miles - Rolls-Royce Main Dealer (Manchester) The car is not due for its MOT until 4th April 2018. TYRES & DEPTHS The car sits on Good Year Eagle Tyres all around Front: 255 x 50 x R21 Rear: 285 x 45 x R21 Front Right: 6mm Front Left: 6mm Rear Right: 5mm Rear Left: 5mm We have all the original Manuals, other Reference Material, and 2 Keys. To make an appointment to view, please call our customer services team on 01772 663777. Viewing strictly by appointment. Prior to offering for sale, all cars are subject to the AMARI Inspection, a stringent 170 point investigation of the car cosmetically, electrically and mechanically. Our resident master technicians attend to all issues prior to offering the car for sale, using the very latest and best diagnostic equipment, state of the art tools and methods. Our highly qualified master technicians can carry out servicing on all road cars, from the standard family hatch back to the latest Lamborghini, Ferrari, Aston Martin... We are the only independent dealer with full Ferrari SDX Diagnostics and the Lamborghini LARAS Diagnostics systems. Our fully equipped workshop enables us to attend to any electrical, and mechanical issues, from intricate electrical repairs and renewals, to brake disc Skimming and air conditioning recharging. Before collection all cars go through our exhaustive detailing process (can take up to three days) using only the worlds finest Swissvax products, carried out by our professional certified Swissvax trained technicians, covering every aspect of the car inside and out. Collection and delivery throughout the UK can be offered through the most reputable manufacturer championed company who use only the very latest covered car transporters with extensive experience of transporting cars across the world. Vehicles are supplied with a three month warranty *Exclusions Apply. We offer part exchange and finance facility on most cars. AMARI Lifestyle Limited T/As AMARI SuperCars is authorised & Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (663066)
After the Silver Ghost had fully cemented Rolls-Royce’s status as constructor of the world’s finest motorcars, the company began the difficult task of engineering a worthy replacement. The Silver Ghost chassis was incredibly over-designed and built to a standard that was virtually unmatched by its rivals, so the task of improving it would be certainly be a challenge. Rolls-Royce had to make sure the new car lived up to the lofty standards it had set with the Silver Ghost, and far exceed the demands of their exclusive clientele. The Ghost’s replacement was developed in intense secrecy, with the project even gaining a code name of “Easter Armoured Car” to throw off potential industrial spies. Once revealed, the New Phantom made headlines with its 7.7 liter inline-six, a development of the Ghost’s unit but heavily reworked to feature advanced pushrod-actuated overhead valves. The block was cast in alloy, with the cylinder head cast in iron on early cars, which was switched to aluminum alloy after 1928 to correct corrosion issues. Suspension, steering and brakes were an evolution of the Ghost’s but thoroughly improved to provide more modern ride and handling and to ensure stopping power in keeping with the new, more powerful engine. Thanks to the success of the Silver Ghost, an assembly plant had already been established in Springfield, Massachusetts to build cars specifically for American buyers. The New Phantom debuted in 1925 (only renamed Phantom I following the arrival of the Phantom II), and by 1926, they were leaving the Springfield works to very strong demand. A vast array of catalog body styles were offered, with the famous coachbuilders at Brewster getting a large number of contracts for the Springfield cars, which was only natural as Brewster had come under the control of Rolls Royce in 1925. Between 1926 and 1931, 1,241 Phantom 1s left the Springfield works. One of the most handsome and elegant Brewster designs for the Phantom 1 was the All Weather Phaeton; officially known as the Newmarket in Brewster’s catalog. In the tradition of the American convertible sedan, the Newmarket is full convertible that when open, looks like a sporting Phaeton, but is fitted with roll up glass windows and foldable B-pillars that when in place, lend the appearance of a formal sedan and provide excellent protection from unpleasant weather. This fine example is chassis number S138FR, a 1929 model that benefits from many of the factory upgrades made through the course of production, including the desirable alloy cylinder head. According to the Schoellkopf Card provided by the Rolls Royce Owner's Club, this car was originally delivered to a Mrs. C. Rosenbloom of New York, and fitted with an Etoile body. The car was sold in 1931 and, as was common practice, a new body was fitted to suit the new owner's tastes. In this case, it was refitted with the elegant Brewster Newmarket body it still wears today. Finished elegantly in all-black livery with a striking polished reveal, this handsome motorcar wears an older restoration that does shows some light patina in places, yet remains very attractive. The quality of the restoration is very good, with excellent panel fit and fine detailing. A CCCA 1st Place badge attests to the fact that the car was restored properly when it was done. It is well accessorized with dual sidemount spare wheels, dual horns, and a covered trunk on the original trunk rack. The black paintwork is in fine order, with good quality bodywork lending straight and deep reflections. Subtle red coachstripes accent the black and polished alloy beautifully. Inside, black leather trim is attractive and lightly care worn, showing some use since the restoration. Seats, carpets and door cards are free of any damage or issues, and the cabin is a marvelous place to spend a day or more touring the countryside. Correct original instrumentation resides in the polished wood dash and Rolls-Royce’s signature aircraft-quality switchgear remains in excellent order. The Phantom benefits from a conventional drive arrangement, with traditional three pedals and a center mounted gear lever, allowing for easy operation in modern conditions. The convertible top wears new black canvas upholstery, and the mechanism works as it should. A matching canvas boot covers the works when in the open position and an upholstered trunk cover ties the look together nicely. Out on the road is where this example truly excels. The well detailed and correctly presented 7.7 liter inline-six delivers endless torque and exceptional smoothness, which allows drivers to simply select top gear and motor virtually anywhere without shifting. This car has been very well sorted and cruises effortlessly, the strong engine backed by tight suspension and powerful brakes. Versatile and desirable coachwork, a nicely mellowed and handsome restoration and excellent mechanical condition come together in a wonderful Phantom I that is a prime candidate for RROC tours, CCCA CARavan tours, or other casual shows and events.
Type: Used Year: 1965 Make: Rolls-Royce Model: Phantom V Body: Limo Trans: Automatic Stock 740 Mileage: 14 Engine Size: 6.3L Ext Color: Black Int Color: Gray-Light Vin: 5LVE19
to the vehicle overview Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé Year 2013 Colour Blau Leather Beige PS 460 Hubraum 6.750 ccm Kilometerstand 14.250 One owner since new Great colour combination Only 14250 kilometers since new price 250.000,- Get in contact
Type: Used Year: 2012 Make: ROLLS-ROYCE Model: PHANTOM Trim: 6.7 4dr Auto Body: Trans: Automatic Mileage: 12510 Engine Size: 6749 Ext Color:
Rolls-Royce had experienced a major shift of philosophy in the post-war years. The Silver Dawn was the first car from Crewe to wear a standard factory-supplied body, which signaled the beginning of the end of the British coachbuilding industry. Although the custom body segment was dwindling, there was still enough demand to support continued production of the Silver Wraith through 1959, as well as the opulent Phantom IV; a straight-eight cylinder powered behemoth reserved for royalty. Both of these high-end models were supplied by Rolls-Royce as chassis only and were bodied by the best coachbuilders of the era. The arrival of the Silver Cloud in 1955 represented a further shift toward factory supplied bodies. The Cloud was a beautiful, modern motorcar that cost much less than bare chassis plus custom body. It ultimately replaced both the Silver Dawn and the Wraith. The prestigious Phantom IV was in production from 1950-1956, but only seventeen cars were ever completed and the roots of its chassis were firmly planted in the pre-war era. As luxurious, stylish and fine driving as the Silver Cloud was, there was now a distinct void at the very top of the market. Following a three year absence, the Phantom name returned to the Rolls-Royce lineup in 1959, with the arrival of the Phantom V. The chassis was based upon that of the V8 powered Silver Cloud II, though on a more grand scale thanks to an additional two feet added to the wheelbase. By the time the Phantom V was announced, many of England’s best coachbuilders had closed or were on the brink of closure, so the Phantom V provided welcome boost in business, proving to be a magnificent base on which they could practice their craft. Utilizing many standard components from the Cloud series allowed for a more generous production number, with 516 examples produced from 1959 through 1968 with a wide variety of body styles from the likes of James Young, Park Ward, and H.J. Mulliner. The famous and infamous alike have owned Phantom Vs, including the British Royal family, John Lennon, The Shah of Iran and the notorious Imelda Marcos. Our featured example, 5AS69, is a 1960 model from the first series of Phantom V production. It wears an elegant and handsome Park Ward limousine body originally commissioned for the London High Commissioner for Nigeria. It presents in lovely condition with a very good quality cosmetic restoration that has been extremely well maintained since its completion. Classic Mason’s Black paintwork is laid down over alloy straight panels with excellent alignment and fit. Getting such a large car to appear so straight in a single-tone black paint scheme is no easy task and is a testament to the quality and care given to the restoration. A single coach line in gold accents the paintwork, which is repeated on the wheel covers as per original. Chrome adornment is limited to bumpers, light trims, a subtle waist strip and of course, the prominent Rolls Royce radiator shell. A radiator-mounted flag holder hints at this car’s period diplomatic duties. All of the brightwork is presented in very good order, with deep, clear reflections and no corrosion to speak of. The interior is wonderfully presented, with a black driver’s compartment contrasting a cream beige passenger compartment, separated by a powered divider. The chauffeur’s compartment is beautifully trimmed, showing some light yet attractive creasing on the leather. Black Wilton carpets are in excellent order and the gorgeous woodwork provides a visual lift to the otherwise austere and businesslike driver’s office. An under-dash A/C unit keeps the driver and front passenger comfortable, while all original instruments and switchgear present in excellent order. The rear compartment is a drastic contrast to the front, with a light and airy feeling courtesy of the cream beige Connolly hides, light Wilton rugs, and plenty of glass. Integrated into the divider is a beautifully finished wood bar, an originally-fitted option which includes a pair of crystal decanters. Flanking the bar is a pair of jump seats trimmed in leather and vents for the rear-mounted air conditioning system. Door cards are in excellent order, with beautiful banded-wood caps surrounding the cabin. Rear passengers are whisked along in opulence, with gorgeous tan leather chairs, individual cigarette lighters, carpeted foot rests and a separate set of controls for the rear air conditioning system. The engine (#PV34A) presents in tidy order with a few modern upgrades for the sake of reliable operation. Largely correct finishes adorn the rocker covers, ancillaries and firewall. It is reported to be an outstanding driver, with its previous owner using the car regularly for shows and events. It rides on a set of Michelin X radial tires, a widely accepted modern alternative to the original crossply tires, well suited to the performance characteristics of this large limousine. The Phantom V and its sibling, the Phantom VI, marked the end of the long-running tradition of coachbuilt limousines from Rolls-Royce. These grand motorcars competed with the likes of the Mercedes-Benz 600 for superiority among royalty, captains of industry and heads of state. The impressive quality of this example is certain to appeal to an enthusiast who chooses to drive rather than be driven, and it remains very much in showable condition thanks to the high quality restoration and careful maintenance.
The Silver Ghost was the car that fully established Rolls-Royce as the undisputed king of fine automobiles. The Ghost was over-engineered to a standard that was unmatched by its rivals and often wore the finest bodies from the most respected coachbuilders the world over. When a replacement was due, Rolls-Royce made sure the new car lived up to the lofty standards it had set with the Silver Ghost. The new car was developed in secret, and even code named “Easter Armoured Car” to throw off potential spies. The Phantom, as it would become known, featured an all-new 7.7 liter inline-six with very advanced overhead valves and pushrods. The block was cast in alloy, with cast iron cylinder heads. Suspension, steering and brakes were an evolution of the Ghost’s but thoroughly improved to provide more modern ride and handling. Thanks to the success of the Silver Ghost, an assembly plant had already been established in Springfield, Massachusetts to build cars that catered to American clientele. The Phantom debuted in 1925, and by 1926, they were leaving the Springfield works to very strong demand. A vast array of catalog body styles were offered, with the famous coachbuilders at Brewster getting a large number of contracts for the Springfield cars. All told, 1,241 Phantom 1s left the Springfield works from 1926 to 1931. This handsome Phantom 1 wears highly desirable All Weather Phaeton coachwork by Brewster of New York. Officially known as the “Newmarket” style in the Rolls-Royce catalog, it is full convertible that features roll up glass windows and folding B-pillars to remain weather tight in all conditions. Regardless of how it is presented, it is incredibly handsome and a very desirable body style. Chassis S126PR was delivered new to Mrs. E.J. Williams of Cincinnati, Ohio in December of 1930. A very high specification car with pricey coachwork, it set Mrs. Williams back a staggering $20,075.50 – an equivalent to nearly $300,000 in today’s numbers. As would be the case with such an automobile, a large portion of that invoice covered the cost of the Brewster-built coachwork. Brewster was favored by Rolls-Royce for their Springfield-built cars as they were one of a select few coachbuilders that could truly live up to the standard set by Rolls-Royce in terms of both quality and elegance. As a late specification Phantom 1 (Phantom II production had already commenced in Derby in 1929), chassis number S126PR benefits from the full array of running changes made during P1 production. These improvements included four-wheel servo-assisted brakes, Bijur chassis lubrication system, and a vacuum fed fuel tank, all of which help to make this an extremely enjoyable motorcar to drive. Given the considerable cost of entry and magnificent coachwork, it is unsurprising to discover this fabulous car has been extremely well-maintained and cherished from new. It retains its original coachwork and remains correct and authentic in mechanical specification. The chassis number is found stamped in to the convertible top frame, confirming it retains the original body, and comprehensive documentation related to its history is on file with the Rolls Royce Owner’s Club. A full restoration was undertaken in the 1990s by then owner and a marque expert, Lawrence Smith of Kansas. Following its restoration, it received a First Place award in the Primary Division of the 1998 AACA Grand Classic Annual Meet. Following its time with Mr. Smith, it was most recently part of two prominent East Coast collections, where it was used regularly, shown successfully in a variety of Concours d’Elegance and lovingly maintained by respected specialists. Today, S126PR looks positively resplendent in navy blue over silver finders and color-coordinated wheel discs. The body and paint are finished to an extremely high standard and still present exceptionally well considering the restoration is approaching two decades old. A matching trunk residing on the truck rack has been detailed with subtle red coach stripes to mirror those on the wheel discs. Like the body, the blue leather interior is also finished to a high standard and remains in outstanding order since the restoration. The color combination along with the blue leather, polished wood trim and chrome detailing impart a bit of a nautical feel, particularly when presented with the roof and windows open. It is a stunning and elegant machine in any configuration. The magnificent 7.7 liter inline six presents in beautiful condition. In spite of the regular and careful use in the past few years, it remains exceptionally tidy and retains correct detailing throughout, having been recently detailed and prepared. The sound and sorted mechanicals in combination with the versatile coachwork make Mrs. Williams’ Newmarket an ideal choice for CCCA, RROC or AACA touring. Fabulous history and exquisite cosmetics simply add to the appeal.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead 2008, 25.000 kms With this Phantom Drophead, Rolls-Royce created a high class convertible. The impressive appearance has a beautiful stainless steel car hood and framing which makes the car even look better. The interior is an oasis of peace and luxury, with beige leather of the highest quality, finished with beautiful woodparts. The rear side of the car has beautiful teak. This Phantom Drophead also has a camera and live television on board. This Rolls-Royce has the impressive V12 engine which makes you feel like a king while driving. Car has French title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
Between 1929 and 1935, the magnificent Phantom II sat atop the Rolls Royce range. Serving as a replacement for the original Phantom, the Phantom II was completely redesigned from the ground up, and shared very little in common with its predecessor beyond the bore and stroke dimensions of the 7,668cc inline six-cylinder engine. Engineers made a great deal of progress within the big six; with a cross flow cylinder head, separate inlet ports, improved exhaust manifold and a bump in compression finding an additional 20hp. The driveline was also improved with modifications to the gearbox and clutch and the addition of a Hotchkiss drive layout for the hypoid rear axle which allowed for a lower floor line. This of course delighted coachbuilders who could now fit ever sportier and sleeker bodywork. Performance was exceptional for a car of this size, and sales proved strong considering the price, with 1,767 built over a seven year run. Of course, Rolls Royce was never one to rest on its laurels, so over sixty running changes were made during the course of production to further refine and enhance the Phantom II. In the early 1920’s, the President of Brazil suggested to his wealthy friend Octavio Guinle that Rio de Janeiro needed a world class beachfront hotel. Guinle took up the challenge and hired French architect Joseph Gire to design a fabulous new building. The Copacabana Palace, as it would become known, was built to be the very best and it soon became a destination for royalty, Hollywood stars, and the social and business elite of the world. In the late 1920s, his hotel a rousing success, the time came for Guinle to order a new automobile and he looked no further than Rolls-Royce’s new flagship, the Phantom II. An aficionado of French design, Guinle turned to one of Paris’ most exclusive coachbuilders, Henri Binder, to supply the bodywork. Binder was well established as a constructor of high-quality coach bodies, and successfully transitioned to automobile bodies at the turn of the century. Binder bodies were traditionally very stylish and exceptionally well-constructed, usually gracing big, powerful chassis from Minerva, Delage, Cadillac, and even one of the six majestic Bugatti Type 41 Royales. Guinle’s Phantom II (wearing chassis number 103GY) was sold through Oscar A. Cox & Co. of London, and was delivered to Binder on July 31st of the same year. After completion of the dramatic drophead coupe body, it was shipped to Rio where it remained in Guinle’s possession until 1938. Subsequent owners included Mr. W.D. Radcliffe of Liverpool, B. Stinton Johnson of Stretton Hall, Cheshire from 1947-1950 and Neil Tuson of London. It then found its way to the United States where it was featured in several prominent collections including Bill Lassiter, The Blackhawk Collection, the Imperial Palace Collection and then finally with Dr. Donald Vestley who took the opportunity to restore this beautiful machine in 1986. Under the guidance of Mr. Vestley, 103GY underwent a comprehensive restoration. Coincidentally, Vestley had another PII, chassis number 162SK, in his possession. 162SK was a fully restored, bare chassis and one of the very late production cars that had benefited from the refinements made by Rolls Royce. 162SK was originally delivered wearing formal Sedanca deVille coachwork by Windovers but that body had long been separated with the chassis. It was decided that the restored body and engine of 103GY would be mated to the improved long-wheelbase 162SK chassis. Now, the magnificent Binder Drophead bodywork rode on a chassis that featured more refined suspension, central lubrication and improved handling, making it an ideal choice for drivers. Today, 162SK presents in lovely condition, painted black with a matching fabric roof, offset by a subtle red pinstripe to compliment the striking red interior. The Binder coachwork is long, sleek and sexy, with a unique dropping rear body line and a low-slung three-position Victoria-style roof. Dual rear-mount spares keep the body sides clean and help make the body look even longer and lower. A useful trunk is integrated into the rear bodywork, fitting nicely between the rear wings. The black paintwork suits the spectacular lines and presents in good condition, showing some age in places but keeping a handsome patina overall. The red leather cabin is similarly patinated but very inviting and usable. The engine compartment is tidy and very presentable, the massive “six” having been overhauled in 2000 and remaining quite strong today. It is not uncommon for pre-war Rolls-Royce motorcars to wear several different bodies in their lifetime. What makes 162SK special is the combination of comprehensive and interesting history, the magnificent sporting coachwork and a wonderfully sorted late-specification chassis. Rarely do we find a Phantom II with such special coachwork that is also an outstanding driver; its mechanical and cosmetic condition making it a simply jaw-dropping RROC or CCCA tour car.
Variant name:Saloon II ,Derivative:II ,Variant: II 4dr Auto Rolls-Royce Edinburgh present this stunning Phantom SWB, finished in Madeira Red. The car features a Moccasin Leather Interior, providing a classy, refined environment, when paired with the Royal Walnut Veneer. This vehicle comes with the Provenance 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty and 2 Year Complimentary Servicing Package. Low Rate Finance and Nationwide Delivery available. Please contact a member of our sales team for a personalised HD video on this car.
2007 ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM. First registered for the road in the UK in April 2007, in the name of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd. This handsome and stylish Rolls-Royce Phantom is finished in Silver metallic with Black leather interior, the most versatile of all colour schemes and suitable for every occasion. The fortunate new owner will enjoy the benefits of the 5-seat configuration equipped with Picnic Tables, Sunroof and sumptuous Lamb’s Wool Over Rugs. This fabulous example has only travelled less than 23,000 miles and is available for immediate delivery with the added benefit, were applicable, of VAT Qualifying status.