Rolls-Royce began producing cars in the United States from 1920 until 1926, as the United States was the most important car market in the world. The British plant was backlogged with orders so it made sense to produce these wonderful cars in the United States. This car was built in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1924. The body was built by Rolls-Royce Custom Coachworks in the style call 'Pall Mall Tourer.'
This car was restored in 1970 just prior to its successful completion of the 1973 Alpine Rally in Austria. The rally was held in commemoration of the 1913 Austrian Alpine Trials in which Silver Ghosts finished in 1st and 2nd place.