Rolls-Royce Phantom 1930 Model at HR Owen, London

Few days ago, I spotted this classic car in HR Owen, London. Rolls-Royce Phantom 1930 model! I am not a fan of classic cars but when I saw this Phantom from the 1930s, I just couldn’t help but stop and stare. Unlike navigating in our contemporary driving world, the early Rolls-Royce driver needed to pay more attention whilst at the wheel.

Most of the controls for the engine are manually manipulated, so a good understanding of the engine mechanics is necessary. Additionally, though the interior really is beautiful, you won’t find any safety features. The main objective is not to crash!

In terms of interior design, there is a definite resemblance to the modern Rolls-Royce models. Even if you purchase a brand new Rolls-Royce, you won’t be straying far from the traditional design heritage.
In summary, this car looks like it came from a different planet and you can see how the automotive industry has evolved over the years.

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