Chassis number: 140MY Registration number: 711YUG (Originally AGO1) A very important historical car with provenance - Built for Captain Sir Malcolm Campbell 1885-1948 World record holder for speed on Land & on water during the 1920s and 1930s. Originally registered AGO 1. The car is mentioned in Raymond Gentiles book - The ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM ll CONTINENTAL. This very important car chassis 140-MY engine GF-45 was build specially and sold new to world land speed record holder Captain Sir Malcolm Campbell on the 28 March 1933. It was supplied as a complete car having been fitted with barker touring saloon coachwork. After taking delivery, Captain Sir Malcolm Campbell wrote an article for Rolls Royce entilled the BEST ROLLS-ROYCE Yet Produced – First Impressions of the New Phantom ll. In May 2014, this car was taken to the “Bluebirtd Café” London and used for the launch of the limited edition Phantom Water-Speed in commemoration of Malcolm breaking the water-speed record on Lake Maggiore Italy in 1937. During the launch, Don Wales grand son of Malcolm Capmbell was introduced to his grandfathers car. The car also led the parade of Continentals at the R.R.E.C international in 2014. The
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