1932 Rolls-Royce 40/50 HP Phantom II Continental Figoni Et Falaschi Pillarless BerlineSOLD
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The original owner, the Prince of Nepal, had this striking body built by Figoni et Falaschi, the largest car commissioned to them, and the only Rolls-Royce to receive one of their unique creations. A subsequent owner in the 1950's, Capt. Frederick Henry, was so enamored with this car that he traded his Bugatti Royale even for it.

Restoration of this masterpiece was begun in 1986, culminating in the R.R.O.C. Chief Judges Award and the Lucius Beebe Trophy At Pebble Beach, 1992.

Reference Number 7502

as of 2/24/2007

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Car 1932 Rolls-Royce 40/50 HP Phantom II Continental Figoni Et Falaschi Pillarless Berline
VIN 2ms  
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