Possibly the Lowest Mileage 1976 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Left-Hand
Drive Limousine in Existence with just 19k Believed to be Original
Miles: Coachwork by Mulliner Park WardThis 1976 Rolls-Royce Phantom
VI Limousine with Coachwork by HJ Mulliner is a factory Left-Hand
Drive model with just 19k original miles. Quite possibly the Lowest
Mileage 1976 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Left-Hand Drive Limousine in
Existence. Chassis PRX 4867 is an extremely honest and original
example. The interior shows only modest wear and the car generally
has a feeling of originality to it. The surrounding interior of
beige leather in the front and brown velour fabric in the back do
also appear to be original finishes. Aesthetically, the car
presents cleanly, its interior is still in good shape and the
characteristic features such as the wood veneers generally present
well. From its paint plate, it would appear to have been delivered
new in a solid Willow Gold, but now wears a slightly darker but
nevertheless appealing shade of red/brown, close to the factory
offered Chestnut and complementing the interior. Unused in the last
decade or so, with a new battery and some brief checking over the
car was made to run and drive, although we feel a thorough check
over would be more advisable prior to active use.Chassis no. PRX
4867 19k Miles from New US Left-Hand Drive US Delivered Example
Well Optioned Car The Last Word in LuxuryPrice: $225,000
1976 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI
Location:Astoria, New York
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