“Star of India” 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II convertible custom made for an Indian Maharaja. The car is currently owned by German collector Hans-Gunther Zach, and is part of a vast collection of Rolls’ and Bentleys.
http://ift.tt/2gz5Tqc that in 1920 The Maharaja (King) of Alwar (India) used Rolls Royce cars as garbage collection vehicles after facing discrimination at the Rolls Royce Showroom when he went there to buy cars.
The latest and most powerful variant of the Rolls-Royce Trent engine took to the air over Toulouse, France for the first time last week. The Rolls-Royce Trent replaced one of the four Trent 900 engines on an Airbus flying testbed.
Star of India Rolls-Royce~ one of 281 Continental Phantom II's ever built. It has 14 headlights,a pair that turns with the steering wheel. Also custom made is its unique orange-over- aluminum color combo. US 13 mil
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