Not all Rolls-Royce cars were produced in England. Produced by Rolls-Royce of America, these fine automobiles were manufactured in Springfield, Massachusetts from approximately 1920 to 1931. The majority of Phantom I cars carried bodies by Brewster & Company, one of the most significant American coachbuilder in history, and one of the oldest, active from 1810-1973. The coachwork is called a 'Warwick' named after a small town in Warwickshire, England.
This Warwick Limousine was purchased new by Mrs. Tina Pratt of Rochester, NY (whose husband drove a Rolls-Royce Phantom I Picadilly Roadster). Excepting new paint in 1963, this automobile is unrestored and a tribute to the fine quality cars.