Don your glasses and read it between the lines as it is not an ordinary model of a coupe but an antique one. Yes, we are here pointing towards Rolls Royce Phantom IV and not the Rolls Royce Phantom VI. The model ‘Rolls Royce of Rolls Royce’ that once belonged to Princess Margaret, Queen Elizabeth II younger sister, Countess of Snowdon is now inviting bids. The grand model of Phantom IV is being touted as the world’s most exclusive Rolls Royce as ages the sedan wasn’t open for public purchase and was sold to the Royalty or a Head of State. The limited edition Rolls Royce was produced in counted 18 models and the one featured here went to Princess Margaret in 1954.
With no information about the mileage this pristine 1954 Phantom IV H.J. Mulliner Limousine gives, it offers a room and a sunroof in the back. Elegant! The car bearing a Chassis No. 4BP7 is demanding a price of £395,000 can house a 4 bottle drinks cabinet, two for Gin and two for Scotch.
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