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1977 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI by Mulliner Park Ward [PGH101]

1977 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI [PGH101] in Sing Sing, Movie, 1983 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: UK

1977 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI by Mulliner Park Ward [PGH101]

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dsl SX

2011-02-11 12:24

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That's the Queen's Phantom from the royal fleet.

robgeelen2 NL

2011-02-11 22:20

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1978 Rolls Royce Phantom VI 'Silver Jubilee' Special Limousine by H.J.Mulliner, Park Ward, a present to H.M.Queen Elisabeth II by the Society of Manufacturers and Motor Trade, a year late because of an industrial dispute at the coachbuilders. Recently damaged by student protesters in London, when carrying HRH the Proice of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Followed by the Rolls Royce Phantom V Landaulette by Park Ward, belonging to the late Queen Mother, followed by Rolls Royce Phantom V Limousine by James Young, owned by the Duke of Gloucester, followed by the Rolls Royce Phantom VI Special Limousine by H.J.Mulliner, Park Ward (see other picture), and the two 1960 Rolls Royces Phantom V 'Canberra' State Limousines by Park Ward

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dsl SX

2011-02-11 22:37

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Presumably this is Royal Ascot parade footage, but sort of looks like a grasstrack race for regal Rolls Royces. Would they have to let the Queen win? Perhaps Charles, after all his Aston Martin Volantes, is an expert carburettor tuner on the day?

-- Last edit: 2011-02-11 23:25:58

CougarTim US

2011-02-12 01:28

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"...and here comes the pack around the bend, Bonny Prince Charlie in the lead with Lizzy Regina close behind and the Queen Mum is coming on strong, and they're neck and neck down the stretch, and the Queen Mum takes the lead! Queen Mum in the lead! She gives a little wave and pulls ahead..."

dsl SX

2011-02-12 02:48

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Unfortunately, after some dangerous weaving on the back straight which nearly forced the Gloucesters into the pit wall, stewards realised that the "Queen Mum" was in fact a heavily disguised and typically unrepentant Michael Shoemaker and the Equipe Landaulette team was disqualified. Jenson Button then presented Lizzy Regina with the trophy, and as she stood on the podium listening to the national anthem, she was heard singing "God save our gracious me....". Shoemaker eventually texted the Gloucesters a semi-apology.

-- Last edit: 2011-02-12 02:59:08

an_unusual_eye US

2011-02-12 05:21

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dsl wrote she was heard singing "God save our gracious me...."


[:rofl]

park-ward FR

2012-02-26 17:30

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Chassis #PGH101.

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