In 1925, Rolls-Royce unveiled its first ever Phantom, which served as a replacement model for the Silver Ghost. It was the beginning of a long line of luxury cars that would define Rolls-Royce for decades to come. The ’25 Phantom, which was released as the “New Phantom,” was the second 40/50 hp model that the company had released. It had a 7.7-liter inline-six engine with a four-speed transmission, and it was capable of reaching as much as 90 mph. The Phantom I was designed for cutting-edge luxury and performance, and it continues to be a viable car to drive on public roads and highways. If you’re looking for a classic car that captures the state of luxury automotive prior to World War II, the 1925 Rolls-Royce Phantom I is the perfect car for you. This four-door sedan perfectly captures the spirit of luxury automobiles in the early 1920s.
Looking to purchase a classic Rolls Royce?
Owning a ’25 Phantom is a dream to many automobile collectors. It means that you purchasing the first in a very long line of car models that set the standard in luxury performance. Additionally, since there were little more than 3,500 of Phantom I models produced, finding your dream car could be challenging. Cars like this that were sold in pristine condition have sold for as much as $1,000,000. If you are still interested in adding this car to your collection, give the friendly folks at the Beverly Hills Car Club a call. They have a number of knowledgeable professionals who can answer any questions that you have, so that you are able to choose the right car for you and avoid any red flags that could arise. They can even assist you in finding your coveted Phantom I. Simply tell them your preferred year model and the condition that you want the car in and they will do the rest of the work for you! Have a look at the Beverly Hills Car Club web page or stop by their showroom floor in LA and browse through a number of classic cars.
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