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Przedwojenny Rolls-Royce Phantom na aukcji (11)

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A 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine, used by General Bernard Montgomery during WW2 is to be sold at Bonhams auction house. This Phantom III Touring Limousine was built in 1936 and first owned by the CEO of the Talbot Motor Company, Mr Frederick Wilcock. During WW2 the Rolls-Royce was requisitioned by the Ministry of War's Transport Section to be used as General Montgomery's chauffeur-driven staff car. Mr Wilcock agreed, on condition that it did not cross the Channel because he did not want it blown up or shot at. It is known as the 'Green Car' because it is painted British Racing Green and black, whereas Montgomery's other Rolls-Royces were entirely black. Featuring: 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine Where: London, United Kingdom When: 06 Dec 2017 Credit: Richard Gardner/Cover Images
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A 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine, used by General Bernard Montgomery during WW2 is to be sold at Bonhams auction house. This Phantom III Touring Limousine was built in 1936 and first owned by the CEO of the Talbot Motor Company, Mr Frederick Wilcock. During WW2 the Rolls-Royce was requisitioned by the Ministry of War's Transport Section to be used as General Montgomery's chauffeur-driven staff car. Mr Wilcock agreed, on condition that it did not cross the Channel because he did not want it blown up or shot at. It is known as the 'Green Car' because it is painted British Racing Green and black, whereas Montgomery's other Rolls-Royces were entirely black. Featuring: 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine Where: London, United Kingdom When: 06 Dec 2017 Credit: Richard Gardner/Cover Images
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A 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine, used by General Bernard Montgomery during WW2 is to be sold at Bonhams auction house. This Phantom III Touring Limousine was built in 1936 and first owned by the CEO of the Talbot Motor Company, Mr Frederick Wilcock. During WW2 the Rolls-Royce was requisitioned by the Ministry of War's Transport Section to be used as General Montgomery's chauffeur-driven staff car. Mr Wilcock agreed, on condition that it did not cross the Channel because he did not want it blown up or shot at. It is known as the 'Green Car' because it is painted British Racing Green and black, whereas Montgomery's other Rolls-Royces were entirely black. Featuring: 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine Where: London, United Kingdom When: 06 Dec 2017 Credit: Richard Gardner/Cover Images
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A 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine, used by General Bernard Montgomery during WW2 is to be sold at Bonhams auction house. This Phantom III Touring Limousine was built in 1936 and first owned by the CEO of the Talbot Motor Company, Mr Frederick Wilcock. During WW2 the Rolls-Royce was requisitioned by the Ministry of War's Transport Section to be used as General Montgomery's chauffeur-driven staff car. Mr Wilcock agreed, on condition that it did not cross the Channel because he did not want it blown up or shot at. It is known as the 'Green Car' because it is painted British Racing Green and black, whereas Montgomery's other Rolls-Royces were entirely black. Featuring: 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine Where: London, United Kingdom When: 06 Dec 2017 Credit: Richard Gardner/Cover Images
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A 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine, used by General Bernard Montgomery during WW2 is to be sold at Bonhams auction house. This Phantom III Touring Limousine was built in 1936 and first owned by the CEO of the Talbot Motor Company, Mr Frederick Wilcock. During WW2 the Rolls-Royce was requisitioned by the Ministry of War's Transport Section to be used as General Montgomery's chauffeur-driven staff car. Mr Wilcock agreed, on condition that it did not cross the Channel because he did not want it blown up or shot at. It is known as the 'Green Car' because it is painted British Racing Green and black, whereas Montgomery's other Rolls-Royces were entirely black. Featuring: 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine Where: London, United Kingdom When: 06 Dec 2017 Credit: Richard Gardner/Cover Images
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A 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine, used by General Bernard Montgomery during WW2 is to be sold at Bonhams auction house. This Phantom III Touring Limousine was built in 1936 and first owned by the CEO of the Talbot Motor Company, Mr Frederick Wilcock. During WW2 the Rolls-Royce was requisitioned by the Ministry of War's Transport Section to be used as General Montgomery's chauffeur-driven staff car. Mr Wilcock agreed, on condition that it did not cross the Channel because he did not want it blown up or shot at. It is known as the 'Green Car' because it is painted British Racing Green and black, whereas Montgomery's other Rolls-Royces were entirely black. Featuring: 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine Where: London, United Kingdom When: 06 Dec 2017 Credit: Richard Gardner/Cover Images
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A 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine, used by General Bernard Montgomery during WW2 is to be sold at Bonhams auction house. This Phantom III Touring Limousine was built in 1936 and first owned by the CEO of the Talbot Motor Company, Mr Frederick Wilcock. During WW2 the Rolls-Royce was requisitioned by the Ministry of War's Transport Section to be used as General Montgomery's chauffeur-driven staff car. Mr Wilcock agreed, on condition that it did not cross the Channel because he did not want it blown up or shot at. It is known as the 'Green Car' because it is painted British Racing Green and black, whereas Montgomery's other Rolls-Royces were entirely black. Featuring: 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine Where: London, United Kingdom When: 06 Dec 2017 Credit: Richard Gardner/Cover Images
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A 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine, used by General Bernard Montgomery during WW2 is to be sold at Bonhams auction house. This Phantom III Touring Limousine was built in 1936 and first owned by the CEO of the Talbot Motor Company, Mr Frederick Wilcock. During WW2 the Rolls-Royce was requisitioned by the Ministry of War's Transport Section to be used as General Montgomery's chauffeur-driven staff car. Mr Wilcock agreed, on condition that it did not cross the Channel because he did not want it blown up or shot at. It is known as the 'Green Car' because it is painted British Racing Green and black, whereas Montgomery's other Rolls-Royces were entirely black. Featuring: 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine Where: London, United Kingdom When: 06 Dec 2017 Credit: Richard Gardner/Cover Images
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A 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine, used by General Bernard Montgomery during WW2 is to be sold at Bonhams auction house. This Phantom III Touring Limousine was built in 1936 and first owned by the CEO of the Talbot Motor Company, Mr Frederick Wilcock. During WW2 the Rolls-Royce was requisitioned by the Ministry of War's Transport Section to be used as General Montgomery's chauffeur-driven staff car. Mr Wilcock agreed, on condition that it did not cross the Channel because he did not want it blown up or shot at. It is known as the 'Green Car' because it is painted British Racing Green and black, whereas Montgomery's other Rolls-Royces were entirely black. Featuring: 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine Where: London, United Kingdom When: 06 Dec 2017 Credit: Richard Gardner/Cover Images
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A 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine, used by General Bernard Montgomery during WW2 is to be sold at Bonhams auction house. This Phantom III Touring Limousine was built in 1936 and first owned by the CEO of the Talbot Motor Company, Mr Frederick Wilcock. During WW2 the Rolls-Royce was requisitioned by the Ministry of War's Transport Section to be used as General Montgomery's chauffeur-driven staff car. Mr Wilcock agreed, on condition that it did not cross the Channel because he did not want it blown up or shot at. It is known as the 'Green Car' because it is painted British Racing Green and black, whereas Montgomery's other Rolls-Royces were entirely black. Featuring: 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine Where: London, United Kingdom When: 06 Dec 2017 Credit: Richard Gardner/Cover Images
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A 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine, used by General Bernard Montgomery during WW2 is to be sold at Bonhams auction house. This Phantom III Touring Limousine was built in 1936 and first owned by the CEO of the Talbot Motor Company, Mr Frederick Wilcock. During WW2 the Rolls-Royce was requisitioned by the Ministry of War's Transport Section to be used as General Montgomery's chauffeur-driven staff car. Mr Wilcock agreed, on condition that it did not cross the Channel because he did not want it blown up or shot at. It is known as the 'Green Car' because it is painted British Racing Green and black, whereas Montgomery's other Rolls-Royces were entirely black. Featuring: 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Touring Limousine Where: London, United Kingdom When: 06 Dec 2017 Credit: Richard Gardner/Cover Images