The 1973 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI was the last of the Phantom VI models to be developed by the nationalized company Rolls-Royce Ltd, which was then the result of a de-merger that created Rolls-Royce Motors, a private automobile company that focused only on manufacturing cars. The Phantom VI came in two body styles: the classic limousine body and a rare landaulette version of the car. The iconic Mulliner Park Ward coachbuilder company assembled the majority of Phantom VIs. Rolls-Royce designed the Phantom VI to maintain the same standard of elegance and luxury that’s associated with all of their models, but more powerful. Facing competition from powerful cars coming out of the United States, Rolls-Royce decided to place a V8 engine into their Phantom VI cars. This gave the automobile a much-needed boost in power and performance. The ’73 Phantom VI also comes with power steering, real wheel drive, and an automatic transmission.
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The Phantom VI is a prestigious car that is symbolic of wealth and status. It has been the preferred car of the British royal family and the official automobile of the Governor-General of Australia. Even the late Shah of Iran drove a Phantom VI!
Finding a 1973 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI wont be impossible, but it will take some time and effort. Rolls-Royce made less than 375 of these cars, and none of them were developed in the United States. Not only does this make the car a rare find, but it makes it an expensive automobile to have. A restored 73 Phantom VI can cost anywhere between $100,000 and $500,000, depending on its condition and history. If youre determined to add this magnificent luxury performance vehicle to your collective, consider contacting the talented professionals at the Beverly Hills Car Club. They have a wealth of experience working with Rolls-Royce models, in addition to other classic cars. They are happy to answer any questions you have, and theyll even assist you with finding the right car for you! Call or email them today to learn more!
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