If theres any one style that most befits the venerable Rolls Royce marque, its the limousine. The ideal of luxurythe dapper gentleman in a long sumptuous machine, being driven about the town by his Chauffeur a classic limousine is like a post-industrial palanquin. Rolls Royce epitomized this ideal with limousines constituting their most high- profile sales: to figures like the Queen of England and the Prime Minister of Greece. Limousine-style bodywork was so popular that early Rolls Royce engines couldnt handle some of them, hampering performance quite a bit.
They were that heavy, that elaborate, and thats exactly how a limousine is supposed to be. From the earliest models that resemble a Victorian carriage made for nobility to modern, more conservative takes like the Silver Seraph/Park Wardwhich you could imagine taking some celebrity to and froRolls Royce seems particularly suited to this style of conveyance. Even the Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament seems to be enhanced by contrast with the extravagant limousine body. From the very beginning and through every metamorphosis of the company and the brand, Rolls Royce had and still has a strong relationship with the limousine.
Looking to purchase a classic Rolls Royce?
If you want to ride in grand style, or just own of vehicle of the like, you may be considering a Rolls Royce limo. If youre looking to buy a coach-built model from the 1900s to 1970s you have a wide selection to pick from. Limousines were a huge part of the early Rolls Royce catalogue due to the fact that almost every single car could be ordered with that style of bodywork and they very often were. The only real mark of a coach-built limo is its elongated proportions and ultra-spacious interior. More recent models with unitary construction are usually easier to evaluate.
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