The 1971 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI is part Rolls-Royces elegant and ultra-luxury Phantom VI model that was unveiled in 68. There were only 374 of these cars manufactured, making them one of the rarest post-World War II Rolls-Royce models created. This exclusivity was one of the primary reasons why the Phantom VI was, at one point, the most expensive car on the market. While there are some landaulette versions of the Phantom VI created, the vast majority were designed with the famous limousine body style developed by coachbuilder Mulliner Park Ward. The 71 Phantom VI is larger and more powerful than its predecessor, the Phantom V, making it more closely related to the spacious pre-war Rolls-Royce models. It has a wheelbase of 145, a length of 238, and it weighs 2.5 tons. Despite its large size, the automobiles 6.2-liter V8 engine is powerful enough to give the car the performance it needs to compete with the American muscle cars of the time.
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The Phantom VI set the benchmark for luxury and performance, and is a prime example of British elegance and craftsmanship. The Rolls-Royce Phantom VI is one of the most coveted cars on the market, meaning that a well-preserved model can fetch around half a million dollars in an auction. The models low production rate, combined with the fact that the Phantom VI was never released in the United States, means that finding a well-preserved 1971 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI can be challenging. For this reason, it’s recommended that you reach out to a team of professionals who have experience with Rolls-Royce models before making any purchasing decisions. The skilled and friendly staff at the Beverly Hills Car Club have years of experience working with classic cars from across the world, as well as an established reputation with collectors across the United States. They’re happy to answer any questions that you have about classic automobiles, and can even help you find that Phantom VI that you’ve been looking for!
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