1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Limousine for Sale
Stop by The Auto Collections in Las Vegas, Nevada to see this 1937 Rolls Royce Phantom III Mulliner Sports Limousine for sale. Click here to see the ad. It ad describes the V12 powered Phantom III as an extraordinary engineering achievement. Here’s more from the dealer:
“The most complex Rolls-Royce ever, the V-12-powered Phantom III was an extraordinary engineering achievement, and it continues to be regarded as one of the finest automobile designs of the 1930s. Code-named “Spectre” during development, the Phantom III debuted at the 1935 Olympia Motor Show and garnered immediate acclaim as the world’s most technically advanced series-produced automobile chassis. Its state-of-the-art, overhead-valve V-12 engine featured a one-piece aluminum alloy crankcase and cylinder block, aluminum cylinder heads and cast-iron wet cylinder liners. The highly capable chassis was a rigid cruciform-braced, box-girder design with an independent wishbone front suspension and semi-elliptic rear springs, and the four-speed gearbox offered synchromesh on the top three gears. The Phantom III also broke new ground as the first British car produced with hydraulic, self-adjusting valve tappets and driver-controlled hydraulic shock absorbers.”
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