This Rolls-Royce Touring car, with H.J. Mulliner coachwork, was built in England as a special order for the Duke of Westminster. The automobile has an all aluminum body with all German Silver brightwork. The Phantom engine, new for the 1925 model year, has a capacity of 7668cc, a bore of 4.25 and a stroke of 5.5. The wheelbase is 149.7 inches. 2269 Phantom I automobiles were produced between the years 1925 and 1929.
Rolls-Royce was founded by engineer Frederick Henry Royce and car trader Charles Stewart Rolls in 1904. Their pursuit of quality automobile production has earned Rolls-Royce the reputation of 'the best car in the world.'