Rolls-Royce Phantom II does not need to be very much introduced. It is an exceptional car and successor to the Phantom I model, replacing the New Phantom in 1929. It uses an improved version of 7.7 liter straight 6 from its predecessor in an all-new chassis.
Our Phantom II is a rare example of an All-Weather Tourer built by T. H. Gill & Son according a design under the licence of Parisien coach builder Hibbard & Darrin. GY49 was originally delivered to Thrupp & Maberly in September 1930, to be fitted with a Fixed-Head Sedanca de Ville body, to the order of Rolls-Royce company for 1930 Berlin Motor Show. The company subsequently removed the original Thrupp & Maberly body and fitted chassis with new elegant All-Weather Tourer, which it retains to this day, delivered to a first owner in 1932.
We believe it is one of the most beautiful Phantom II ever built. The quality of the restoration is exceptional and its detachable glass B-pillars or folding roof, which after being folded, is not disturbing the sports line of the car absolutely, are all sweet details.