Possibly the Lowest Mileage 1973 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Limousine in Existence with just 19k Original Miles: One of Only 374 Phantom VI™s Produced
This 1973 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI Left-Hand-Drive Limousine is not only an exclusive and rare car, it's also an original 19k mile example. In fact, it just may be one of the lowest mileage Phantom VI's in existence. A very special car and one of only 374 Phantom VI™s produced. Black over burgundy with tan interior and LHD. An honest and original car. Mechanically sound, it runs and drives well. A very straight and solid driver overall with nice presentable paint, chrome, and interior. An imposing car at 20 feet long, nearly seven feet wide, and just under six feet tall. The car features a divider between the driver and passenger compartments. As with all vintage Rolls-Royce automobiles, the dashboard is a delight, filled to the brim with heavy, hand-cast and polished metal switchgear and air vents, hefty controls, and large, carefully matched, beautifully grained slabs of burl wood. The back features a wide leather sofa and two foldaway occasional seats, as well as a liquor cabinet and foot rests. Power is delivered by a 6.2 liter V8 matching 4-speed automatic transmission. Both steering and brakes are power assisted. Among the most exclusive and scarcest of all modern Rolls-Royce models, as well as its final traditional body-on-frame car, the Phantom VI holds a very special place in the history of handbuilt British luxury cars.
- 19K Original Miles
- One of Only 374 Examples
- The ultimate in motoring luxury in its day
- The last separate-chassis model from Rolls-Royce
- Left-hand drive