As the last Rolls-Royce designed under the direct supervision of Sir Henry Royce, the Phantom II Continental is the ultimate and most desirable iteration of the Phantom range. As its name would suggest, the Continental was designed for high-speed touring across Europe, and in ultimate spec, was capable of approaching 100mph. What set the Continental apart from the standard range was namely the shortened chassis with stiffer, five-leaf springs to handle the rigors of high-performance touring and a series of sporting bodies offered by select coachbuilders. The standard Phantom II shared very little in common with its predecessor (Phantom I) 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; adding a cross flow cylinder head, separate inlet ports, improved exhaust manifold and a bump in compression allowing for 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 lower, sleeker bodywork and the addition of the short chassis Continental allowed coachbuilders to showcase their most sporting designs. Performance was exceptional for a car of this size, and sales proved strong considering the price, with 281 of the total Phantom II production of 1,767 units leaving the works in Continental specification. Chassis number 80MS was originally ordered by the respected dealer Jack Barclay in 1932. It was sent to directly to H.J. Mulliner where it received the handsome sports saloon coachwork it wears today. On November 21, 1932, 80MS had completed testing and was delivered three days later to E.M. Thomas and his famous motor-racing wife, Jill (Scott) Thomas. The Thomas’ were well known in motor racing circles; E.M. Thomas was a regular competitor at Brooklands, though rather uncharacteristically for the time, it was his wife who was truly the hardcore racer. She had been formerly married to “Bentley Boy” W.B. Scott and was the first woman to lap Brooklands at over 120mph. She won multiple races and held several 500km and 500 mile records. As such, she was the first ever woman elected to the storied BRDC. According to factory notes, Mr. Thomas insisted special attention be paid to the brakes on his new Rolls-Royce. We can only assume that this wonderful Phantom II was enjoyed to its fullest by its enthusiastic original owners. In 1938, 80MS passed to Mr. Angus Fletcher, who is believed to have retained the car through the War. It then passed to Mr. John Lewis who kept the car through 1962 when it appears to have made its way to the United States. In 1989, following long-term ownership, the car was handed over to Lyle Reider of British Marque Auto in Pennsylvania who carried out a bare metal respray, re-wiring, and cosmetic restoration. In conjunction, John Dennison performed a full engine rebuild. The most recent owner acquired the car in 2003 who has continually maintained it in excellent mechanical order, using it regularly on tours, events and rallies. Today, 80MS (engine number WO85) remains in very fine order, showing just a bit of patina from regular use. The crisp and attractive H.J. Mulliner coachwork presents very well with burgundy main body over black fenders and a black upholstered roof. The paint is in good order, showing some signs of use here and there, but remaining quite attractive since the respray was completed. Maroon wire wheels wear blackwall tires that are an ideal match for the sporting coachwork. A single rear mount spare keeps the body sides clean, fully accentuating the sweeping line of the fenders. This is the original body to 80MS, and a photo of the car is featured in Raymond Gentile’s book, “The Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental” (p156). The cabin has been retrimmed in attractive brown leather with brown Wilton carpeting. The seats appear lovingly broken-in and the detailing is unfussy and down to business. Wood trim on the door caps and dash is in fine order. Under the bonnet, the 7.7 liter inline six presents beautifully, again showing minor signs of use but never abuse or neglect. Fittings and hardware are largely correct with a few minor accommodations for modernity such as the hose clamps and drive belt. The Phantom II Continental was designed from day one as a driver’s car with cross continent touring its main charge. With its very intriguing early history, fantastic Mulliner coachwork and well-sorted mechanical condition, we are confident this fine example will continue to bring much enjoyment to its next keeper.
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. ils.
This 1973 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI RHD Limousine is a beautiful original car and a very rare find. Green with green interior. It's body is in superb condition and the interior is very clean. It runs and drives excellent and is a a highly collectible car for only $105,000
1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Kellner 3-Position Cabriolet Serial no. 164PY One-of-a-Kind! 1990 Pebble Beach Gwenn Graham Winner 1991 Chicago International Best of Show 1991 Fisher Island Best of Show This magnificent low mileage car, originally delivered in may of 1934 to Edmond Blawl of St. Cloud, France is a happy marriage of one of the most desirable chassis of its day with the striking coachwork of one of France’s most respected body builders, Kellner. It was then purchased by a K.C. Dobson of Surrey, England in October of 1946 and was subsequently owned by Sir Ashley Haveden in 1951. In 1956, it came to the U.S. where it has had but a few owners - the first keeping it for some 25 years.
1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Vesters & Neirinck Coupe Chassis Number: 3CP144 Engine Number: T48J 1938 Brussels Show Car 1995 Pebble Beach First in Class 1995 Meadowbrook First in Class 1995 RROC First in Class This PIII chassis was delivered on September 1, 1937 to Brussels dealer, Andre Pisart, S.A. for Mr. Jean Francqui. After being bodied by Vesters & Neirinck of Brussels, the car was delivered to Mr. Francqui on May 7, 1938. This is one of eight two-door closed bodied PIII's and is believed to be the first without a "B" pillar. This car is reported to have been used by the King of Belgium and other members of the royal family. Also used by Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery in Brussels, 1944 and by Lt. General Sir Charles Keightley in Austria, 1945. The car came to the USA in 1967 and had a number of owners until Douglas McCorkingdale bought 3CP144 in 1991. He commissioned a ground up restoration that was finished in 1994. It is the only known PIII to be equipped at the factory with a tachometer.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead 2008, 22.000 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 with 453 HP 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.
Agusta Automotive are very pleased to offer this truly one off example of a Rolls Royce Phantom. Metallic Diamond black with full black leather interior and piano gloss black trim. Full Rolls Royce Service history from new, 21" Gloss black alloy wheels, Double glazed Privacy glass, I- Drive Sat Nav, Telephone, Glass sunroof, Electric coach soft close doors with pop out Rolls Royce umbrellas, Electric boot lid, Lambs wool rugs, Push button start, Rear veneered Picnic tables and vanity mirrors, Digital TV, Front and rear heated seats, Electric memory seats front, Xenon headlights, Parking sensors, Interior lighting package, Retractable statue of ecstasy, Universal garage door opener. This beautiful Phantom is in superb condition throughout and is the very best luxury vehicle on the market today. ;;More pictures to follow
1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Newmarket Convertible Chassis: S253KR This 1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom I was manufactured at the Rolls-Royce of America facility in the Massachusetts town of the same name. It was bodied by Brewster who made about 67 Newmarket bodies for the Springfield cars. Delivered in late 1929, Rolls-Royce Phantom I, chassis number S253KR, a Newmarket convertible by Brewster, was originally owned by Kenneth Guiterman from Lawrence, Long Island NY, who had also owned two other Springfield Rolls-Royce cars, chassis numbers 319LF and S181RP. It was sold to a relative of the present Mednick family owners in 1947 and thus the car has now been owned by just two families. The original engine number is 20559 and the body number is 5614. The car is unusual in that the records show that it was originally fitted with this body as opposed to many Newmarkets that were fitted later in the life of the car. The same style was also chosen by Henry Goldman of Goldman Sachs and Tommy Manville, with fourteen Rolls-Royces, amongst many notable owners. It is structurally sound and runs well with a new cylinder head recently fitted.The maroon paint is older. A considerable part of the car has
PHANTHOM WRAPPED IN WHITE WAS PLATINUM SILVER. LIGHT GREY LEATHER, PIANO BLACK WOOD, BLUE TOP ROLL, 21 STAMPS IN BOOK !! SERVICEING ALL UP TO DATE. MAIN DEALER UP TILL 2015 THEN BIG SERVICE AT HIBERD ENGINEERING 100 MILES AGO. mot December 2017 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 assumed to be 'Digital', cars r
This 1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom V LHD James Young is a very rare find. This example is very clean and straight. It's also very sound mechanically. Own this very special piece of Rolls Royce history for only $129,500.
Age: 2008/08 reg Mileage: 22000 Transmission: Auto Full dealership history, Excellent bodywork, Interior – Excellent Condition, Tyre condition Excellent, Satellite Navigation, Alarm, Alloy Wheels, Electric Windows (Front/Rear), In Car Entertainment (Radio/CD Autochanger), Upholstery Leather, Air Bag Passenger, Airbags, Leather seats, Power steering, Electric door mirrors, Traction Control System, Satellite navigation, veneered instrument panel, Interior Mono Package, Integrated muti-purpose remote control, light-alloy wheel sport style, wood interior piano black, voice processing system, Navi-DVD Europe, Complete Prep Mobile, Soft Top Black, TV Function, DAB Tuner. 5 seats, Metallic Black Diamond, Stunning example in a great colour combination. Full service history from P&A Wood. The car will come with a 6 month warranty with the option to upgrade to a 12 or even 24 month policy.
This 1939 Rolls-Royce Phantom III with cabriolet coachwork by Park Ward Chassis 3DL118 is an absolutely stunning and highly collectible example. Dark green over black with red interior and burr Circassian walnut woodwork. This chassis was completed at the Rolls-Royce Derby factory with works number 3554 and had been ordered on 3 October, 1938 by Park Ward & Co. Park Ward built a five-seater cabriolet body on the chassis, body number 4607. On 3 February, 1939 the car was completed, and registered on Surrey number HPF129. This mechanically superb car wears a beautiful top quality restoration and it shows in the details. This wonderful piece of automobile history would be a true privilege to own for only $349,500
Features For more info on this vehicle call our showroom on 01708 687670 This car has covered 44000 miles, is a 4 owner vehicle and is BLACK WITH SEASHELL HIDE, STAINLESS STEEL BONNET, TEAK DECK, BLACK PIANO WOOD TRIM, FULL ROLLS ROYCE HISTORY AND LAST SERVICED NOVEMBER 2016 Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information but errors may occur. Please check with a salesperson.
Variant name:V12 ,Derivative:RR01 ,Variant: V12 As expected from Rolls Royce, this vehicle is the definition of luxury from exterior to interior finished off with the finest materials. The driver is greeted by an instrument cluster polished display, consisting of a central speedometer coincided with several other gauges including a unique power reserve gauge which communicates the ‘adequacy’ of the available power is a great addition which informs the operator how much engine power and performance is remaining. In this case, the performance is staggering powered by a BMW 6.75 litre V12 monster producing 453Bhp and an acceleration speed of just 5.3 seconds to 60Mph which without question offers an all-round powerful build from Rolls Royce. Alongside a formidable specification, this Rolls Royce Phantom has been in the lime light for several years having been delivered on the 29th April 2005 to British singing and public figure, Sir Elton John. The Phantom was in fact his carriage to many occasions including his wedding in Windsor. This spectacular vehicle truly carries a history not to be forgotten. Throughout its 6,600 mile lifetime, no small detailing or maintenance has been missed with continuous attention with full history included. As stated this exceptional Phantom is supplied with full service and maintenance history which also includes a letter from Sir Elton John’s private office confirming the Phantom’s significant ownership and use. A special ‘One of a Kind’ Bejewelled cigarette lighter commissioned for the Phantom is included with a distinctive ‘Skull and Crossbones’ design that Sir Elton John had designed and created for a Wedding gift to his partner David Furnish at the time.
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
HOME STOCK EMAIL ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM COUPE - SERIES II Finished in Diamond Black Metallic with Mandarin Painted Coachline Black Hide Interior with Mandarin Piping and Stitching 7,500 Miles Recorded Registered 2014 / 14 Plate Bespoke Interior Trim Starlight Headlining 21" Dark Lacquered 7 Spoke Alloy Wheels Front and Rear Heated Seats Polished Grill Surround Piano Black Veneer Veneered Front Cupholder Lid Lambswool Floor Mats White Instrument Dials Silver Bezel Clock Active Cruise Control Bluetooth Telephone System Rear View Camera Front and Rear Park Assist Satellite Navigation Premium Audio with 15 Speakers TV Tuner Adaptive LED Headlights Rain Sensing Wipers Power Doors with Soft Close Function Brushed Steel Waist Rail Air Conditioned Glove Box Fitted Umbrellas Fully Carpeted Luggage Compartment Seat, Mirror and Steering Wheel Memory Tyre Pressure Warning £289,950 Submitting Form... The server encountered an error. Form received. Submit FURTHER INFORMATION FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THIS VEHICLE PLEASE COMPLETE THE ABOVE FORM. ALTERNATIVELY, EMAIL OR CALL OUR SALES TEAM USING THE DETAILS BELOW: SALES@SUPERVETTURA.COM T. +44(0)1344 620072 M. +44(0)7541 888310 FACEBOOK /SuperVettur
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.
Romans are proud to offer this stunning 2011/11 Rolls Royce Phantom for sale presented in 'Jubilee Silver' with Black Leather Interior. This beautiful example comes with a fantastic specification and has been fastidiously looked after and regularly serviced by Rolls Royce. We also believe it represents great value compared to other cars on the market. Colour: Jubilee Silver with Black Leather, Price: £139,950 Engine: 6.7L V12, Mileage: 27,815 Transmission: Automatic, Body Style: Saloon Fuel: Petrol, Extras, 21'' Part Polished Star Alloys, Theatre Lounge Seats, Front & Rear Camera System, Seashell RR on all Headrests, Seashell Additional Leather, Seashell Seat Piping, Black Wool/Cashmere Headlining, TV Function, DAB Tuner, Veneered Instrument Panel, Veneered Steering Wheel Spokes, RR Monogram to all Headrests, Universal Garage Door Opener, Coolbox for Lounge Seats, Visible Exhausts, Audio Integration for iPod, Six-DVD Changer, Slide/Tilt Sunroof, Preparation Mobile Phone, Black Leather, Jubilee Silver Paint, Exceptional Example!
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