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1939 Rolls Royce Phantom III - 60 x 80 Cm.
The 1939 Rolls-Royce Phantom III “Vutotal” Cabriolet was designed and
rebuilt by the Parisian coachwork designer, Henri Labourdette, on commission
by the New Yorker, Louis Ritter.
This magnificent vehicle is reminiscent of an era when driving was always an artful and elegant experience.
Everything "Rolls Royce" was removed and a new body was created, replete with gold plating and brass fixtures to replace the chrome. The new shape stretched sensuously from bumper to bumper - in Labourdette's last, and arguably, most daring creation.
The final cost of the body work was $44,000. The most expensive car customisation of its time.
The “vutotal” (view total) in the name refers to the heavy, frameless sheet of glass that replaced the original windshield. Rolls-Royce Phantom III Engine Specs:
Displacement 7338 cc / 447.8 in³
Valvetrain OHV, 2 Valves per Cyl
Engine: Alloy 60 Degree V12
Position: Front Longitudinal
Bore: 82.5 mm / 3.25 in
Digital Reproduction of original airbrush artwork. Limited numbered series. High res-digital output on Hi-quality Innova Art Paper.
Ink guaranteed by manufacturer to 200 years.
Because this is a limited reproduction, artwork may be out put the maximum of 90cm on InnovaArt Paper and up to 2 meters on canvas.
Measured on the shortest side.
Available for Purchase on Artmajeur.com