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Any Rolls-Royce is bound to be a spectacular car in and of itself, but due to their prestige and exclusivity, they all tended to stand the test of time, so it often takes something special to make one stand out from the crowd of other Rolls-Royces at shows and gatherings. This 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I for sale on Hemmings.com stands out for its Dinsdale coachwork, to some, but to a broader audience its original owner may ring a few more bells. From the seller’s description:
1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom One, chassis number S86PM. LHD by Brewster. This car was a special order for Mrs A Busch and was delivered to her May 28, 1927, in St. Louis, MO. The body style of this car is special 7p enclosed drive limo. It has the sliding division, skeleton trim in the front, and the jump seats; this makes it Dinsdale Coachwork and that makes it super rare.
This is a barn find that has only two owners since new, this is a very original Rolls-Royce and the body is in super condition; the doors and fittings are just perfect, the interior is all original and looks very good, the engine turns freely and wouldnt take much to put her back on the road.
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