Rolls Royce Phantom I Jonckheere
Allen Swift - a man who, for 78 years, drove the same Rolls-Royce
After World War I, Rolls-Royce, a British luxury car manufacturer, moved its manufacturing center to the United States because there was demand for their cars.
Wow ... 1938 Phantom Corsair
Rolls Royce Merlin 27-Liter V12
The first time I see!
Rolls-Royce 40/50 was one of the first cars that was purchased for the Soviet leaders (this is exactly what is shown in the photo). In the 10-20th years this car was not yet
Treasures in the garbage
I was lying in a landfill with such a strange "golden hippopotamus" based on Rolls-Royce Phantom 1 (1925). Given the antiquity of the chassis, the very same place there,
Rolls-Royce Lukashenko parked on the spot for the disabled
On the M1 highway in Belarus, an unknown person photographed a presidential Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe with numbers 001BY, parked next to a cafe on the ground for people with disabilities.