Not much is known about 1EB. What is known is it was delivered in 1914 with coachwork by Mann Egerton & Co., Ltd. of Norwich, England. Egerton was a British car dealer and coachbuilder who built their first Rolls-Royce body in 1909 and went on to build over 550 Rolls-Royce bodies until 1939. The last known history of this car was in 1931 when the 3rd owner had it in Leicester, England. In the 1950s, it was found in a derelict state and remained with the owners until purchased by the current owners in 2003 when it was shipped to Littins Vintage & Auto Restorations and underwent a three-year total rebuild, which was completed in 2007.
Following restoration, 1EB has done 9,000 miles on three major tours, the last being the 2009 Wholly Ghost Tour of South Africa covering 3,000 miles and running flawlessly. 1EB is scheduled to do the 2010/2011 tour in New Zealand.