Owning a Rolls-Royce Phantom II is like owning a piece of pre-World War II history. Despite being manufactured during the Great Depression, in a time of economic uncertainty, the Phantom II was able to maintain its luxury image. The 1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom II was developed using superior engineering and craftsmanship, which allowed the automobile to meet the strict standards of excellence that are associated with the Rolls-Royce name. All mechanical components of the ’33 Phantom II were developed by Rolls-Royce, but its famous body styles had been designed and constructed by some of the most popular coachbuilders of the time, including Park Ward, Barker, and Hooper. The car came standard with a 150″ wheelbase, but shorter a version of the chassis that was 144″ was also available upon request.
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The Phantom II set the mark for performance and handling. Engineers modified the frame so that it was much easier to drive than its predecessors. While the Phantom II had a similar 7.7-liter inline-six engine that the Phantom I also had, Rolls-Royce made some significant changes under the hood. By upgrading the exhaust manifold and changing the cylinder head, they were able to add an additional 20 hp to Phantom II models.
If you want to own one of the most iconic automobiles in European history, the 1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom II is the perfect car for you. It represents a time when style and wealth were subtle and conservative, yet equally luxurious. If you have any questions about this model or other Phantom II models that are available on the market, contact the staff at Beverly Hill Car Club via telephone or email. They are happy to answer any questions that you have. They have the expertise and experience in the classic car industry to help you find just the car that youre looking for, down to the model year and country of origin. Visit their website or stop by their LA showroom to learn more.
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