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1959 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Limousine by Park Ward

1959 Rolls-Royce Phantom V in Mission: Impossible, TV Series, 1966-1973 IMDB Ep. 3.08

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: UK

1959 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Limousine by Park Ward

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atom SE

2008-06-22 22:39

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Your choise but the continental or benz will problably go to the comments if you chose one of those.

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-06-22 22:42

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Why dont you list them all?

atom SE

2008-06-22 22:43

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Well, I could list the black and the white car on separate pages I guess...

bref FR

2008-06-22 22:56

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The rarest is probably on the left of the Continental, it looks like a 1956 Facel VÚga FV2 :wow:

DynaMike NL

2008-06-22 23:13

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I agree with Bref :)
Btw, the black Rolls-Royce seems to be a Phantom V?
The white Jaguar seems to have the bigger taillights of the 1960/61 Mk.IX, and at least it's a 1957+ Mk.Viii (two-tone, open rear wheel arches).

garco NL

2008-06-23 11:40

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carchasesfanatic wrote Why dont you list them all?


Because that results in 3 the same pictures?

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-06-23 13:01

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And? i agree on not repeating pictures when the cars are not interesting but in this case this doesnt matter i guess, since them all arent common cars...

antp BE

2008-06-23 13:29

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The Lincoln and the Mercedes are not that rare...

Zophos1979 NL

2008-06-24 13:41

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@DynaMike

Defo, that is without a doubt RR Phantiom V Standard Steel Saloon aka the HJ Mulliner Park Ward Limousine

john from Staffs EN

2008-06-24 16:53

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The high roof line and single headlights make the Royce a Phantom V as said above. Standard Steel is not correct as it is a description only applied to the Dawn or Cloud models (and the Bentley equivalents) when fitted with the factory bodywork.

Zophos1979 NL

2008-06-24 19:33

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john from Staffs wrote The high roof line and single headlights make the Royce a Phantom V as said above. Standard Steel is not correct as it is a description only applied to the Dawn or Cloud models (and the Bentley equivalents) when fitted with the factory bodywork.


True, nasty habit of mine to refer to any 'factory' standard coaches as such... to be on the safe side I added the official reference to H.J. Mulliner Park Ward, the coach was actually design by Park Ward before Rolls-Royce increased their share in the firm to 100% and merged it with the already owned H.J. Mulliner firm. Of course each coach was hand built, but this particular design ws about as standard as you could get with the Phntom V :D

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john from Staffs EN

2008-06-24 21:02

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The problem with the standard steel bodies is the steel. It was not good quality even for Royces and Bentleys and my R-type Bentley built in 1953 has some quite nasty holes in it at present. At least you can get the parts, unlike a lot of the very low quantity coachbuilt special bodies.

junkman UK

2008-06-26 12:54

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antp wrote The Lincoln and the Mercedes are not that rare...


Well then...find me one each, please.

antp BE

2008-06-26 14:49

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I mean in 1966-1973 timeframe of the series :p

robgeelen2 NL

2010-11-06 23:16

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1959 - 1962 Rolls Royce Phantom V Limousine by Park Ward, design 980

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