1969 Rolls Royce Phantom VI
Chassis No. PRH4567
Speedometer reading 78,000 miles.
Right Hand Drive.
Coachwork finished in Mason Black over Garnet.
23 carat goldleaf handpainted coachlines, stainless steel sills and wheel arches supplied from new. Black Everflex roof.
The body work is beautifully unmarked.
The rear of the car is trimmed in Savoy velvet fabric in an attractive shade of blue grey. It is also fitted with full width occasional seats.
Oatmeal leather to the front which is being re-trimmed.
Oatmeal carpets throughout, fitted automatic transmission, power assisted steering, electric windows and division, factory air conditioning (which is presently being re-commissioned and re-gassed with a new compressor).
All the walnut woodwork is excellent and the dashboard wood is presently being re-polished.
The car was used at the funeral of Princess Diana, and transported Prince William & Prince Harry from the Royal Train to Althorpe for their mothers’ burial.
It was also used in the film The Queen starring Helen Mirren.
The car is in considerably better condition than the average Phantom VI and is an absolute delight to drive.
Tax exempt with tinted glass to the rear if required.
This car could easily be exported to the USA.
A very desirable and good looking Phantom by Mulliner Park Ward – the last of the coachbuilt Rolls Royces.