1925 Rolls Royce with Machine Gun Up For Grabs

1925 Rolls Royce

A very unique classic Rolls Royce is available at Barrett-Jackson. While many old luxury cars can be found at auctions, not many boast a machine gun like this 1925 Rolls Royce Phantom I model! It was custom made for Umed Singh II, the maharaja of Kotah from 1889 through 1940. The maharaja ordered the Rolls Royce to further hunting hobby, which included entertaining monarchs, world leaders and other titans in the wild.

This Rolls Royce was contracted through Barker and Co., Ltd of London to serve as a hunting vehicle worthy of royalty. Barker and Co. was the preferred coachbuilder for Rolls Royce at the time.  read more

Man Drives Rolls Royce for 78 Years

Rolls Royce

This is a story about a man and his Rolls Royce…more specifically, his love for the car. Allen Swift’s father gave him a 1928 Rolls Royce Piccadilly P1 roadster as a graduation gift (in 1928). Swift loved the car so much that he drove it for 78 years! He is credited with owning the same Rolls Royce longer than anyone else in the world.

Swift with his prized possession, a 1928 Rolls Royce Piccadilly P1 roadster. The car was given to him brand-new by his father as a graduation gift, and Swift drove it until his death in 2005! read more