1926 Rolls-Royce Phantom l

1926 Rolls-Royce Phantom

Make: Rolls-Royce
Model: Phantom
Year: 1926
Mileage: 11,111,111
Color: Red
Engine: AD 15 Inline 6 with 7668cc
Cylinders: 6 cylinder
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4 speed gear box with single plate clutch
Interior color: Tan
Drive side: Right-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Grand Island, Nebraska, United States

Description for Rolls-Royce Phantom 1926

This is a 1926 Rolls-Royce. The model is a New Phantom with body style Special Salamanca. Chassis # 12DC (Phantom 1: X Series). It is believed to be Chassis number 12 of 121 of the DC series. This car is believed to be one of eight known Holbrook bodies built in the world. It comes with the original Marcel headlights, original tools, original fitted luggage with keys and tags still attached. Chauffer's removable top comes with the car but is not shown in these photos.
Technical Specifications:Engine: 6-cylinder, capacity 7688cc. Pushrod-operated overhead valves. Twin cylinder blocks on an aluminum two piece crank case. Seven bearing crankshaft with vibration damper. Single detachable 12-plug cylinder head, initially cast iron (CR 4:1) with all plugs on the nearside. Oil capacity 12 pints.
Carburation: R-R 2-jet type with automatic air valve and starting carburetor.
Ignition: Independent magneto and coil, each firing 6 plugs.
Fuel system: 18 gallon gas tank
Transmission: Separate unit 4 speed gearbox with a single plate clutch. Torque tube. Right hand gear exchange. Rear axle ratio is 3.47:1.
Suspension: Leaf springs. Semi-elliptic front and cantilever rear.
Brakes: Internal expanding 4-wheel operation with independent handbrake on the rear wheels. Mechanical servo driven from the gearbox.
Steering box: Worm and nut
Chassis lubrication: By oil gun

Here is a bit more information on the car as written in it's build history:

12DC Series X

Engine: AD15

Date of Sale: 15-1-26(Jan. 15, 1926)

Sold to: Paris Office for Messro Kellner for W. Lit

Tyres: Dunlop 33 x 5

Original Sale Price: £1850

Shipped on SS Lotea on 1-4-26 from London to Boulogne

Under fittings:

-Long Wheel Base £50

-Springs for 650 lbs Body. Passengers 6-4.

-Wheels Dunlop s/s 33 x 5 wide.

-1 extra spare ditto with dust excluder £ 12

-1RR Mascot & Cap £4

-Chassis No: 12 DC

-Engine No: AD215, Type: Long

-Maker of the Body: Kellner

This beautiful car has been in heated in storage at the Merrick Auto Museum for almost 20 years. It is offered today For Sale or other interesting trades.

We are conveniently located just off of Interstate 80 in Grand Island Nebraska. The center point of the United States.