Up until the arrival of the 20hp Rolls-Royce in 1922, the Silver Ghost, with its impeccable Edwardian roots, was the Derby company’s only model.
But the new six-cylinder smaller car, of which this is a 1926 example, was specifically created for the needs of the interwar years. Having changed ownership between three English distinctive gentlemen, it became part of a large collection for the last 20 years, when in 2009 was acquired by the Hellenic Motor Museum through auction in Great Britain.
Built year: 1926
Engine type / cc: 6 in line / 3,127cc
Engine output: 50bhp / 3,500rpm
Top speed: 97 km/h
Number produced: 1,241 (in total with various bodies)