Almost one century ago, Rolls Royce built the first example of a model range that's still going strong: the Phantom. With its colossal engine providing "sufficient power" €œ enquiring about a Rolls Royce's amount of horsepower is like asking a woman's age, i.e. not done if you're a gentleman €œ the Phantom soon evolved the be the first choice for royalty all over the planet. With a mere 374 examples produced over twenty-three years, the Phantom VI is one of the rarest Phantom models produced, and only a minority of these cars features left hand drive. It is thought that less than a third of all produced Phantom VI is LHD, and in certain years no LHD examples were produced whatsoever. Owned for 25 years by a Sheikh, this 1977 Phantom VI Limousine by Mulliner Park Ward exudes luxury, as one would expect from a vehicle of this standing. The splendid two-tone blue and grey coachwork hints at the spectacular opulence that hides inside. Surrounded by walnut veneer of the finest quality and dito red leather upholstery and woolen carpets, one doesn't need to be born into royalty to feel like a king or a sheikh on the back seat of this majestuous automobile. While one would expect a 6.2 litre engine in a 1977 Phantom VI, this particular example's matching chassis and engine number confirm that it was fitted from new with a 6.75 litre engine, which would become the standard as of 1978. In other words, this Phantom provides "even more than sufficient power". Delivered with a V5C and a dozen MOT certificates ranging from 1988 to 2008, and with just over 53.000 km on the counter, this is your chance to acquire a rare LHD Phantom VI of admirable quality.
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