Rolls-Royce Phantom II 1934, chassis no. 181 RY, Sedanca de ville coachwork by Windovers

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Indra Vikram Singh with Rolls-Royce Phantom II 1934 (chassis no. 181 RY, Sedanca de ville coachwork by Windovers), originally owned by his grandfather Maharaja Sir Vijaysinhji of Rajpipla, and now by Shriji Arvind Singhji Mewar.

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Photographs taken at the Vintage and Classic Car Collection, The Palace, Udaipur, on 25th January 2014.

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This exquisite car was featured in the James Bond movie ‘Octopussy’ and has already completed a glorious journey of 80 years from Rajpipla to Kolhapur to Udaipur, remaining with the Gohil-Bhonsle-Sisodia clan, an iconic automobile with a wonderful history and still running beautifully.

(Prince Indra Vikram Singh of Rajpipla can be contacted on emails teddy.rajpipla@gmail.com or singh_iv@hotmail.com).

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One thought on “Rolls-Royce Phantom II 1934, chassis no. 181 RY, Sedanca de ville coachwork by Windovers

  1. From this year on, Rolls was “Grandeur Personified” an extension of the Palace itself. No palace was complete without this car.

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