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The Rolls-Royce Phantom was Rolls-Royces replacement for the original Silver Ghost. Introduced as the New Phantom in 1925. Many iterations and generations of the Phantom have been produced from 1925-1991 before the infamous moniker went on hiatus. The Phantom VII was launched in 2003 and is credited with successfully reviving the Rolls-Royce brand and restoring Rolls-Royces credibility as a maker of luxury cars. The Phantom uses a unique chassis platform, body, interior, and retains traditional Rolls-Royce design cues. The body is mostly aluminum with final assembly, including all body, paint, wood, and leather work, completed to each customers individual specification at the Rolls-Royce plant in Goodwood, West Sussex. Novel Features: - Customers can choose from 44,000 paint colors, and specify any leather color. - The vehicles unique instrument panel has no tachometer. Instead it has a power reserve dial that indicates how much of the engines power is not being used and available to the driver. - The traditional Spirit of Ecstasy ornament has an automatic electronic retraction mechanism to prevent theft and protect pedestrians in the event of an accident. It may also be retracted by the driver at the touch of a button, or when the alarm is armed. The ornament base contains a sensor that detects movement, and will retract it if someone tampers with it. - The RR logos on each of the wheel hubs are independent bezels in order to always remain upright while the wheel is rotating. The Phantom is powered by a 6.7 Liter V12 producing 454 Horsepower and 531 lb-ft pounds of torque allowing this ultra luxury sedan to accelerate to 60 MPH in a staggering 5.9 Seconds. The Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coup was introduced at the 2007 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, on 7 January 2007. The platform is based on the 2003 Rolls-Royce Phantom and has styling heavily derived from the 100EX, a concept car unveiled to celebrate the companys centennial in 2004. It is currently the most expensive Rolls-Royce model at $533,000. Several Drophead Coups were featured in the 2012 Summer Olympics closing ceremony. The exterior remains faithful to the marine-nautical theme of the 100EX. The 2-door 4-seat convertible features rearward opening coach doors and teak wood paneling of the convertibles tonneau cover. The front fascia takes its cues from the 100EX but with the crucial difference of the middle bodywork/raised bonnet/grille assemblage terminating midway down the face rather than continuing downwards and bisecting the front bumper. The headlamps are also taken straight out of the 100EX/101EX concept and are similar to the Phantoms. The deep set rectangular high beams are light-emitting diode (LED) units while the round faux-foglamp driving lights are projector-style xenon arc lamps. The exterior is available in more than 44,000 color combinations. It combines aluminum technology and hand-crafted materials. All in all, the car continues Rolls-Royces current design theme, premiered on the Phantom, combining features of luxuriant 1930s Art Deco with cold 21st century techno-modern. The interior is a modern avant-garde reinterpretation of the traditional English gentlemens clubroom with stylistic influences ranging from minimalism to Art Deco. Perhaps the cars main design showcase is the yachting-inspired wood veneering that wraps around the 8/9ths top portion of the cabin from coach door to coach door and terminating in a crafted convertible tonneau cover, hand-finished in nautical-grade teak wood paneling sandwiched between an interior band of contrasting hardwood and the bare stainless steel motif of the cars upper exterior bodywork. Similarly with the 100EX and 101EX, the dashboard and the steering wheel are straight out of the Phantom. A triangular A-pillars with quarter glass, as well as the spring-loaded pop-up rollover hoops behind the rear seats, provide additional strength and protection for the convertible body. This Black on White Stunner boasts a clean Carfax and just under 34K miles. Custom 24 Forgiato Wheels provide a beautiful stance and the original wheels are included in the sale along with the owners manual and umbrella. In addition an Extended Warranty is in tact on this beautiful Drophead. Freshly Serviced and ready for Summer. Great lease rates and Financing also available on any of our inventory! Buy Sell Trade Consignments Welcome! Please email email@example.com or call 1-818-773-8181
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