Rolls Royce 1933

20/25 HP (6 cyl., 3669 cc; wb: 3275/3350 mm)
Phantom II (6 cyl., 7668 cc; wb: 3650/3810 mm)


20/25 HP

Park Ward's special touring saloon, a 1933 20/25 hp GBA39. The luggage boot is well integrated into the body line, and the reverse curvature at the door bottoms makes it less slab-sided.


Phantom II

A Hooper sports saloon on a 1933 Phantom II Continental 30PY, two-toned in grey and dark maroon. This car was built for Hooper's Managing Director, and had a number of experimental features in the body, such as alloy door pillars. One can see how the Evernden design is being gradually made more rounded as time goes on.