November 13, 2006


Eight Rolls-Royce Silver Ghosts participate in Lord Mayor’s Show

Goodwood, England – Eight classic Rolls-Royce Silver Ghosts, which the company says is the most ever collected in one place, led a new Phantom Extended Wheelbase in the Lord Mayor’s Show on November 11 in London. The event is the world’s oldest street procession, covering five kilometres and involving 6,000 participants, 1,550 military personnel and over 250 vehicles.

The car collection was jointly organized by the 20-Ghost Club, Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. Among the vehicles was a 1914 H. J. Mulliner Tourer, originally owned by the Duke of Westminster and used as a scout car in the First World War, and a 1912 Barker Torpedo Phaeton Tourer that was the Bombay agent’s demonstrator.

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