Rolls-Royce Phantom Jonkheere 1935 BOEING STEARMAN.psd
The Rolls Royce Phantom is the most famous luxury car in the world, and it was introduced in the United Kingdom just before the Second World War. The cars used by the Royal Air Force during this period were very similar to the modern Rolls Royce Phantom. This company still produces some of the very first model Phantom cars in the world today. Although the Rolls Royces Phantom was phased out in the 1960's, it has been brought back into production for certain models, as well as being a member of the classic cars family. It is still one of the most popular of all luxury cars, even though it has slightly less power than some of the other modern vehicles.
One of the most impressive aspects of the Rolls Royce Phantom is its design, which combines elements from the latest cars of the time with classic car designs from long ago. Some of the parts have actually gone on to form the body of Rolls Royces Phantom models today, such as the bonnet and hood. Most of the parts are made of iron, as steel would be too heavy and dangerous for the time. Each individual part has been painstakingly designed by a Rolls Royce engineer, so that the finish is impeccable, and the cars are well protected from the worst of weather.
As well as the sleek design, another important aspect of the Rolls Royce Phantom Jonkheere from 1935 is that the internal combustion engine has been kept small, so that the car can be smaller than any modern-day superstar. This means that the car can still hold up to speeds of 150mph and cruise at speeds of up to twenty-five miles per hour. The car still runs on manual power but is fitted with an automatic gearbox.