Rolls Royce Phantom II Continental DHC by Freestone & Webb

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This 1932 Rolls Royce Phantom II is one of only three drophead coupés bodied by Freestone & Webb on a Phantom II Continental chassis, number 47RY was treated to an extensive restoration in 1990-91. The car is elegantly finished & has the full wheel discs characteristic of Freestone & Webb; the red leather is unblemished & unworn.

Of 1,680 Phantom II’s built, only 281 were the high-performance Continental versions. Of those, fewer still can claim the elegance of a Freestone & Webb drophead body. This car is surely among the nicest of those & is presented extremely well. This car was recently presented at the St James's Concours of Elegance where it was photographed at Buckingham Palace and described as 1 of '60 of the World’s rarest cars’.

THE Rolls Royce Phantom II Continental DHC by Freestone & Webb spec

  • Medium/Light Grey
  • SOLD
  • 1950
  • Convertible
  • 6,749cc
  • Petrol
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