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Rolls Royce Silver Ghost turns 100, commemorative Phantom released

If anything tops Rolls Royce’s craftsmanship, it’s the Goodwood-based manufacturer’s long history of delivering only the best to the automotive world. Long before anyone in Hip-Hop bubbled hard in the double-R, the company’s Silver Ghost was the car of cars for tycoons, sheiks, and other big time money-makers of the early 20th century. Produced from 1907 to 1925, the flagship sedan saw many varieties, many of which were showcased at its recent centenary gathering.

To further commemorate 100 years in the game, the beyond-luxury manufacturer has announced a limited-run ‘Phantom Silver’. Draped in a custom ghost-silver finish, the special edition will also feature 21″ chrome wheels, a solid silver Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament and keyfob, white-faced gauges, matching clock and other luxurious details. Feelin it? Better holla at your dealer real quick- if they’re not already gone!

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Source: Rolls Royce