1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Sedanca de Ville

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Description
    1 of 1 coachwork by Freestone & Webb
    Handpainted canework on the rear doors
    Copper-plated accents and bumpers
    Solid copper running boards

From 1936 to 1939 a total of 727 Phantom III chassis were produced, each of which with custom coachwork, meaning no two were alike. This example was ordered in 1937 with a formal limousine body built by the obscure English coachbuilder W.C. Atcherley. In early 1946 the car was entrusted to Freestone & Webb to design and construct new coachwork. The resulting Sedanca de Ville wowed audiences with its use of brightwork in copper and the razor-edge styling that was Freestone & Webb’s hallmark. The vehicle is often referred to at the “Copper Kettle”