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1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I D'Ieteren Frères [102LF]

1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I [102LF] in Olsen-banden ser rødt, Movie, 1976 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: UK

1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I D'Ieteren Frères [102LF]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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Weasel1984 PL

2007-11-05 19:30

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[Image: rolls2en0.7150.jpg]

wickey SK

2007-11-05 22:33

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Phantom II?

nzcarnerd NZ

2007-11-06 18:35

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No, I think more likely a 20/25, it isn't big enough to be a Phantom.

greybear EN

2007-11-06 20:11

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It's a Sedanca de Ville. The double element front bumper suggests a Springfield Rolls Royce (which would be called a Coupe de Ville?).

wickey SK

2007-11-07 00:22

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but it is a RHD.

greybear EN

2007-11-08 02:14

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Yes. that's a problem for my theory... BUT, not all Springfields were LHD. Most of the Ghosts were RHD I think. Trouble is, I don't know about other Springfield Rolls Royces. We need help!

DynaMike NL

2007-11-08 13:21

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It wasn'y difficult to find other Springfield Rolls-Royces with RHD. Here just two exampels: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:1923-rolls-royce-archives.jpg and http://jimsgarage.files.wordpress.com/2007/06/dscn6209s.jpg

greybear EN

2007-11-08 15:01

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Obviously it doesn't necessarily help with identification but at least it proves my point.

BTW, I was told several years ago at a RREC rally that many Springfield customers insisted on RHD rather than LHD as having a Rolls which looked as if it had been imported from England was better than having an American built one. Does anybody know if this is true?

chris40 UK

2007-11-08 17:52

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I doubt if it is a Springfield, though, in spite of the (probably aftermarket) bumper; the rest of the body, what we can see of it, looks too British. And isn't it more likely that a British RR would be imported into Denmark than a Springfield?

greybear EN

2007-11-09 11:51

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You're probably right. The painted headlights are unusual, too.

robgeelen2 NL

2007-11-29 23:37

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European coachwork usually had bigger bumpers than English. Louvred bonnet was also common for orders outside the UK. Later twenties, early thirties, and I tend to guess it is a Phantom I/II, Limousine de Ville, from France or Belgium? Perhaps someone has another pic?


-- Last edit: 2008-02-15 22:51:41

park-ward FR

2007-12-05 20:34

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This is a 1927 Phantom I, chassis 102LF with coachwork by D'Ieteren Freres. It is in a Danish Museum and perfectly fits in the picture (no pun intended!) You can see it at http://www.veteranbiludlejning.dk. Since 1976 the headlamps have been rechromed and the winglamps replaced.

sew1996 DK

2011-07-01 11:10

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My father happens to be the owner of exact that Rolls Royce. And no, its not in a Danish Museum, but in our garage, used for weddings. And the headlamps hasn't been rechromed.

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