Vintage 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III to Go Under the Hammer in Bomhams

The word “limousine” is an elegant term that definitely gives special air to occasions. Vehicle manufacturers and most limousine companies distinguish themselves and push further than the other competitors with the length of the original vehicle. Modern versions of the limousines come with amenities like mini discos, bars, roomy interiors with bath, pool, bullet proof glass etc, are popular with oil tycoons, famous showbiz stars, VIPs, and wedding grooms. Other models are also designed to carry more numbers of people.

A model of 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III, Limousine will be auctioned on December 6, heading towards Bonham, Hong Kong where international antiques sale takes place through valuing and auctioning. The car with a custom built coachwork and 7.3-liter V12 engine is a five seater, and was the first sold to America. It was filmed in a movie called Pan’s Labyrinth with a chasing scene.

The limos were earlier popular with the Hollywood stars but now most affluent people try and own one. You must have watched super limos of different types, running on the streets with new technologies, and some can accommodate more than twenty passengers. This particular limo has a history, and sure would be a great option to buy if you have the moolah.

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