When Rolls-Royce unveiled the Phantom II, they presented a car that was more stylish and sporty than its predecessors. This helped Rolls-Royce dominate the luxury portion of the automotive market. The 1932 Phantom II helped contribute to that standard of excellence that perfectly captured British style and engineering. The 1932 Rolls-Royce Phantom II came in many different styles, including the Continental Sports Saloon and Limousine models. While each body style had slight differences that set them apart, they were all equipped with a powerful 7.7-liter OHV inline six-cylinder motor that made the vehicle one of the most powerful cars on the road. The fact that the Phantom II was able to excel in both luxury and power made it one of the most popular high-end automobiles of the time.
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Unlike its predecessor, all of the Phantom II models were made at the factory in Derby, England, including the American versions. This is largely because of the economic issues at the time, which caused the Springfield, Massachusetts, plant to close down. With that said, the Phantom II was still a popular car among the wealthy and elite of the United States, and has the reputation of being closely associated with high society around the world.
If you are interested in buying a 32 Phantom II, consider reaching out to the friendly staff at the Beverly Hills Car Club before you make any purchasing decisions. They have years of experience working with classic cars, especially Rolls-Royce models, and can answer any questions that you have. Additionally, the Beverly Hills Car Club has also made a number of connections over the years, and can assist you in finding the right Phantom II for you, regardless of your specific preferences. This ensures that you find an authentic car that meets all of your qualifications and isnt overly priced. If youre located in Southern California then stop by their LA showroom, or you can conveniently view their inventory online by visiting their website!
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