MYSTIC DETAIL CORRECTION
➢ Step (1) Correction Paint.
➢ Step (2) Polished Fine.
➢ Spray Wax Shine Premium Gyeon Q2.
➢ Ultra Gloss Finish.
We focus on preserving as much as possible the original painting that this vintage jewel has, such as this ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM II (1933); traces or marks were found reflected in the paint over the years; but we are satisfied with the final result obtained.
Work time: 2.5 days.
ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM II OVERVIEW:
The Phantom II used a refinement of the Phantom I’s 7.7 L (7,668 cc or 467.9 cu in) pushrod-OHV straight-6 engine with a new crossflow cylinder head. Unlike on previous 40/50 hp models, the engine was bolted directly to the 4-speed manual transmission. Synchromesh was added on gears 3 and 4 in 1932 and on gear 2 in 1935.
Like today’s Phantom Series II, the 1930-1935 car was an updated version of Phantom I of 1925. It got a new chassis – long wheelbase though – and revised engine and transmission. The cars all have majestic hand-built coachwork bodies, but you can certainly identify them as Phantom II cars from the size and sheer presence of the car, much like today’s version. Although there was a ‘Continental’ version with a shorter wheelbase and stiffer springs.
It was huge, heavy, with a hefty price tag, but was the last of Rolls-Royce’s 40/50 hp models. It used a 7.7-litre straight-six engine with a new crossflow cylinder head producing about 120bhp, and bolted directly to a four-speed manual transmission. It could get up to 148kph and do 0-92kph in 19.4 seconds.
They built about 1700 of these and the cars were known for its exquisite looks, over-engineered and reliable components and of course the sheer style and prestige of it.
April 9, 2023