This 1920 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Roadster wears coachwork by Barker and is one of the most undisturbed Silver Ghosts in existence. It has had only two owners in its 88 years of existence. In 1937, its owner put the car on blocks in the lower levels of San Francisco's Green Street Garage. Just prior to coming to auction in 2008, it had not moved under its power since 1937. The car remained in the garage until 1967 when it was sold to the current owner by the estate of the prior owner.
The car was moved from the garage to the new owner's basement garage where it would remain for the next forty years. In May of 2008, it was moved to a Monterey Peninsula classic restoration shop where it was found to be in excellent shape, considering its age. All of the fluids in the car had been drained and the cylinders filled with oil. The car was brought to running condition in preparation for the Gooding & Company auction, held in August of 2008 at Pebble Beach, California. It was estimated to sell for $250,000 - $350,000. Bidding exceeded those estimates as the lot was sold for $429,000, including buyer's premium.