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20hp on the left (Gareth Tarr).


Ghost interior (Gareth Tarr).


unscheduled stops, repeatedly driving between London and Glasgow. It was this remarkable reliability as much as anything that established Rolls-Royce’s reputation as ‘The Best Car in the World’. A beautiful 1912 Ghost with phaeton body-style on display at Brooklands was a perfect example of the quality that established this reputation. Anyone who heard the cars running up the Test Hill could testify to the quietness of the engines which was part of the special


Horizontal vanes in the radiator grille of a 20hp model (Gareth Tarr).


Rolls-Royce aura. The 20hp model was introduced as a car for the


owner-driver (although many were chauffeur- driven). The most obvious distinguishing feature of the 20hp is the vanes in the radiator grille, which run laterally rather than the more


1912


Yellow Rolls-Royce in good company (Gareth Tarr).


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‘Salmon pink’ car (Gareth Tarr).


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