This Mulliner Park Ward Limousine is the second of only 11 left drive, 17-digit serial number Phantom VIs built. The elegant styling of this automobile is the final evolution of design #2003 originating in late 1962. This final series is technically the most advanced of all large postwar Rolls-Royce Phantoms.
It is finished in Masons Black over Bamford Claret lacquer with Beige Connolly hide front and Beige Parkertex Savoy Velvet rear as when first seen at the 1982 Geneva Show. There, it caught the eye of an affluent Middle Eastern automobile enthusiast who reportedly added it to his stable to celebrate his son Ali's birth. It was then assigned to the Kuwaiti Embassy in Germany. It was unused and was then shipped to Mr. Al-Juma in Kuwait where it was stored on blocks. It was then acquired, in neglected order, from that son in 2006 by Vantage Motorworks of Miami. The vehicle has only traveled 1,932 kilometers in 24 years.
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(Data based on Model Year 1982
Vehicles That Failed To Sell1982 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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