ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM II Continental
This is a truly magnificent 1934 Rolls–Royce Phantom II Continental Saloon, beautifully coachbuilt by Barker and Co. of London.
It comes with a fascinating history and was originally commissioned for Egyptian Theodore Cozzika, who was a prominent Greek industrialist, this car was one of a few Rolls-Royce motorcars he had during his life and he used this one to travel the Continent.
The Phantom spent a period of its life in the UK from 1941 where it was sold to a Captain G S Davison, it then had five further owners before heading to Rhodesia until it was exported to the USA in 1967.
In 2008 the Phantom returned to the UK where a comprehensive restoration programme took place by Taylors UK Ltd.
This was a ground up bare metal restoration which clearly shows no expense spared with invoices for the restoration exceeding £200,000 and a documented restoration programme to support this.
Finished in its original colour scheme and interior specification the aim was to retain as much of the original car as possible, therefore all the chrome fittings were stripped and replated, the woodwork refinished and a completely new leather interior installed.
This is a truly outstanding car and is available to view by appointment only as the car remains at the owner’s location.
- Body typeSaloon
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