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Rolls-Royce Phantom V - 152

 

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Lots of excellent features on this car. Having suicide doors on the back makes it easier to have four opening doors, but it is all done so well.

The Dinky Rolls-Royce Phantom V (152) was introduced in 1965 and for the first two years was in navy blue with a chauffeur and two passengers. In 1967 it was recoloured into very dark blue and lost its passengers, there is also a later pale blue version which lost the opening bonnet and the opening rear passenger doors. The Navy version with passengers is the one to look for or the lighter blue. Although all of them are sought after and well priced.

Dark blue, Chauffeur and no passengers, cast hubs - second release

  Light blue, Chauffeur and no passengers, cast hubs - third release
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