This Rolls Royce silver Ghost was built on August 30th, 1912 and was sold to T. Bell White, Esquire, Alderbourne Manor, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire. Mr. White took delivery on September 5th of the same year. The chassis was sent to Baker & Company on October 15, 1912 to be outfitted with a custom built seven passenger cabriolet body. In 1924 the original coachwork was updated and received modifications.
In 2000 the chassis 2092 was acquired by Newman, a well known Rolls-Royce collector. Arthur Mulliner body number 7387 was acquired and fitted to the chassis. A complete restoration followed, with Coldwell Engineering performing the restoration on the engine.
It was offered for sale at RM Auctions Amelia Island concours and brought to Gooding & Company's auction in Scottsdale in 2009. At Scottsdale, it was estimated to sell for $800,000 - $1,000,000. As bidding had come to a close, the lot had been sold for $797,500, including buyer's premium.Also photographed at :