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A car tuning company from Belgium has transformed a rare Rolls-Royce from the 1920s into an extravagant artistic masterpiece from the 1930s.

Rolls-Royce is perhaps one of the most luxurious car brands in the world and has maintained its prestigious status and design consistency throughout its long history. The company was established in the early 1900s when Frederick Royce, an electrical equipment manufacturer in England, introduced the first car.

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The Rolls-Royce Phantom, which had been in development since the 1920s, was finally realized as a practical model in 1925. The introduction of the Phantom not only revolutionized Rolls-Royce but also dominated the luxury car market, as each vehicle was customized to meet the specific needs and aesthetic preferences of the customers.

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One of the most unique features of the Rolls-Royce Phantom is the painstaking handcrafted construction of its frame, which consists of over 500 tiny individual parts. Each car is meticulously assembled according to custom orders, allowing owners to choose their preferred decorative details such as leather color, trim accents, upholstery, and frame borders.

The rarest Rolls-Royce in the world mentioned in this article is known as the “Circular Door Rolls-Royce.” The Peterson Museum was fortunate enough to acquire this exceptionally rare vehicle for its collection. The name “Circular Door” originates from the fact that both doors were reimagined as nearly perfect circles.

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Leslie Kendall, the chief historian of the Peterson Museum, was present to introduce this unparalleled classic masterpiece.

Each circular door of the Rolls-Royce is hinged at the rear with two hinges positioned at the two and four o’clock positions (driver’s door), allowing only partial opening. Sitting in the rear is an intriguing experience as passengers have to slide their shoulders through, which is quite different from the usual Rolls-Royce style. However, the front provides an excellent view of the elongated hood, and the ride is quite comfortable. Chiêm ngưỡng siêu phẩm Rolls-Royce hiếm nhất thế giới - Ảnh 4

Check the operation of the windows. A hand crank is centrally mounted, operating in a fan-like pattern. This car is considered one of the jewelry pieces in the Peterson Museum, representing the period from 1925 to 1934.

The frame of the British car combined with the opulent European design creates a magnificent fusion. It is highly regarded as a work of art.

Prior to its transformation, this car was a Phantom Cabriolet that was rejected by a woman due to her dislike of the body. After undergoing some modifications in its original form, the frame was sent to a Belgian coachbuilder who designed something truly unique. In 1934, this 1925 Cabriolet took on a distinct appearance.

The car was discovered in Japan by Mr. Petersen, and it has had a fascinating history, eventually making its way to Los Angeles, where it underwent a complete restoration.

There are some intriguing details, such as the famous pointed radiator grille, which slopes down and back, features that would never come from the Crewe factory. Meanwhile, the windshield has an impressive slope, followed by a rearward slant with two side windshields running along the body, likely designed to protect against sunlight.

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