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PetersenMuseum’s 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom

1925/34 Round Door Rolls

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  • Nov 14, 2013

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Comments (7)
  • puggy1
    Bless You, Mr. Brummer. For this car is truly a masterpiece!
  • puggy1
    I too was captivated by this Rolls at an early age. Once billed as "The One Hundred Thousand Dollar Rolls-Royce." All through my childhood years this vehicle appeared at the Minnesota State Fair. Needless to say, the cars' unique lines made lasting impression on my 12 year old head. I do wish that a photo of the finned boot was available by the museum, as it is cool as hell...
  • sfindlan
    I saw this car, sometime in the mid-60s, at the Southpark Shopping Center in Bedford OH. I remember it being painted gold with white fur carpet (ermine?). The car was simply beautiful and for the price of admission you received a very large postcard with a photo of the car. I distinctly remember that it was claimed to have been the Duke of Windsor's personal car. The paint was claimed to have included approximately a pound of gold leaf and, at the time, claimed to be the only R-R with a sloped grille. I was fairly young at the time, but a car lover and I suspect I still have that postcard buried in my archives somewhere. Thank goodness someone saved it from the scrap heap, because no matter what misinformation there is regarding ownership it is a unique and fantastic car.
  • sbhappy
    There is a lot of disinformation about this beautiful car.In the early 1950's my father,GEORGE A. BRUMMER,helped MAX OBIE get this car out of a junkyard/swamp near the Meadowlands in New Jersey.My father took it to his bodyshop at 541 Jackson Ave,Bronx,New York.It was completely rotted out,all around,up to the middle of the doors.It took 3+ years for my father to make all the body parts by hand.When it was finished it was painted SNOW WHITE. He delivered to Max Obie in time for the 1954 World's Motor Sport Show at Madison Square Garden.It won the GRAND PRIZE.My sister and I have our family pictures to verify everything above.
  • LIL-suga
    This car is so cute!!!
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