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1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Open Tourer by Barker
1929 saw the arrival of the Rolls-Royce Phantom II which set new standards for others to follow. It was a vehicle specifically designed with the chauffeur driven passenger in mind. At the time the only .....
1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom II continental
Chassis number 101MW, specified with Park Ward standardized Touring Saloon Coachwork was sold as a complete car in September 1933.
By 1968 the car had been shipped to America and was owned by Richard .....
Rolls-Royce Phantom III 1936 4-Door Sports Saloon
by Freestone & Webb
Oxford Blue with original Dark Brown hide upholstery. Original and unrestored with extensive
P & A Wood history. Superb to drive, quiet, refined and powerful. Very attractive, .....
1930 Rolls Royce Phantom II Sedanca
A beautiful Phantom II sedanca That started life with a Sedanca body by Hooper. This was later remanufactured in a similar manner by Wilkinsons of Derby also in the sedanca configuration. Copious correspondence .....
Magnificent, Original and Reliable (1937)
I have enjoyed “Bertie” (3CP162) since early 2011. Acquired from the Real Car Company, Bertie is a 1937 “Sports Sedanca” by H.J. Mulliner (4-5 seater with a smaller passenger cabin than those with folding .....
Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental by Barker (1934)
A very rare and unique opportunity to purchase the last works trials car tested at Brooklands and recorded in Autocar March 1934.
This beautiful Sports Saloon by Barker is 90% body work complete to .....
ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM II (1929)
Rolls Royce in 1929, with 7663 cc. and 6-cylinder engine. The condition is excellent, keeping their lifetime original parts. Front seats in black leather and velvet breeches beige in impeccable condition. .....
1936 Rolls Royce Phantom III
•Used by General Montgomery
•Reassigned to the Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force
•Legendary smooth-running 7338cc V12 engine
•Complete with extensive historical documentation
Rolls Royce Phantom II (1932)
Coachwork by Thrupp and Maberly Ltd., fully restored in 100% working condition.
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1939 Rolls-Royce Phantom III
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 .....
1935 Rolls Royce Phantom II Continental Sports Saloon.
1935 Rolls Royce Phantom II Continental.
Chassis number: 42UK
Registration number: ESK771
The second to last Phantom II ever made. This Continental wears extremely rakish original sports saloon .....
1930 Phantom II Harrison Saloon 167XJ
A very rare, short wheelbase Phantom II, with a handsome, well proportioned saloon body, attractive from all angles and with P100 headlamps, trumpet horns, twin side-mounted spare wheels and rear-mounted .....
Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental 1934 3-Position DHC
3-Position Drophead Coupé by Gurney Nutting
Black and Maroon with Black hood and Maroon hide upholstery. Extensive history and
restored to concours condition. Considered by many as the most attractive .....
1935 Phantom II Four Door Sports Tourer 35TA
A very special car, being an accurate, well built replica of a very stylish original James Young design, built by Dick Brockman in the 1970s. The original car on which it is based, (which still exists, .....
1934 Rolls Royce Phantom II three position drophead Coupe.
1934 Rolls Royce Phantom II three position drop-head Coupe.
Chassis number: 166SK
Registration Number: BLD730
A simply magnificent Phantom II re-bodied some years ago in the style of a J. Gurney .....
Rolls Royce Phantom 2 Boattail UNIQUE SEE INFO (1929)
First owner: Prince, Pratap Singhrao Gaekwad (1908 –1968) the 13th Maharaja of Baroda. As Best Car in the World The Phantom II was a worthy successor to the Silver Ghost and the New Phantom. A total of .....
1933 Rolls Royce Phantom II Continental Barker Sedanca
1933 Rolls Royce Phantom II Continental Barker Sedanca De Ville.
2PY was for a time in America, and was in a collection in San Francisco. It eventually returned to England, where the last owner before .....