The Phantom II was engineered by Rolls-Royce to be one of the most elegant and powerful cars of the 1930s. Every working part of the automobile was designed by Rolls-Royce, and some of the most successful and innovative coachbuilders of the time contributed to its stylish and iconic body style. The 1935 Rolls-Royce Phantom II was one of the last models developed, and it maintained the same standard of excellence and luxury that was expected from the brand. When Rolls-Royce developed the Phantom II, they made a number upgrades and improvements that distinguished it from the Phantom I, including a more popular body style, an additional 25 hp, and improved handling. For this reason, many collectors prefer this Phantom over its predecessor.
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While the Phantom II was popular in both Europe and the United States, all of the models were made in the United Kingdom. Rolls-Royce created a variety of versions of the Phantom II to suit different styles and preferences. If you’re interested in adding a ’35 Phantom II to your collection, call or email the staff at the Beverly Hills Car Club if you have any questions. They have a team of professionals with years of experience working with classic cars, so they can answer any questions that you have about different types of Phantoms, including the Continental model. In addition, the associates at the car club can also help you find your desired car by using their extensive network to contact collectors and traders around the world.
Before you buy a classic car, make sure that you have someone inspect and evaluate it. This will not only determine the models authenticity, but will help you get an understanding of how much money youll need to invest in restoring and maintaining the automobile. If youd like assistance with this or anything else related to antique motors, stop by the Beverly Hills Car Clubs LA showroom or view their website.
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