Vehicle Summary

Price

$150 per hour (Fri - Sun)
$130 per hour (Mon - Thur)
(2 hour minimum)
Seats 2 to 4 (Jump Seats)
Special Features
  • Formerly exclusive to Heads of State

  • Rear trunk

  • Limited production Rolls-Royce limo

When the Phantom III was unveiled in 1936 it was the most technically advanced car in the world. Our exceptional Rolls-Royce Phantom III with Sedanca de Ville coachwork by Hooper reflects this heritage. It wasn't until the Phantom V (1965) that the Phantom Mark was offered to anyone other than a Head of State, a Titled Personage or a Peer of the Realm.

Our Hooper-built Phantom III is a very rare limousine - In 1807 Hoopers opened their first Coach Works for the production of horse-drawn carriages. At the turn of the century Rolls and Royce approached Hoopers and asked that they coachbuild bodies on their vehicles. In 1937, at the time our Phantom III was built, Hoopers had received the honor of making of distinguished carriages and car bodies for State Carriages and Motor-Cars continuously for more than a century through eight reigns of Kings and Queens worldwide.

Phantom III production years were 1935 - 1939. During this period the Hooper coach works (one of several independent Rolls-Royce authorized coachbuilders) produced only several Phantom III Sedanca De Ville limousines - A Phantom was built for Her Grace the Duchess of Marlborough and one for His Highness The Aga Khan.





















Vehicle Summary

Price

$150 per hour (Fri - Sun)
$130 per hour (Mon - Thur)
(2 hour minimum)
Seats 2 to 4 (Jump Seats)
Special Features
  • Used in diplomatic service in Nicaragua

  • Cut crystal interior lamps

  • Cocktail cabinet and privacy divider

This is one of 40 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith limousines produced during the Silver Wraith's era which started in 1946 and ended in the late 50's. This magnificent, one of a kind Rolls-Royce limousine was last used in diplomatic service in Nicaragua and entered active service in 2000 to rave reviews from our clients after a two year total ground up restoration with proper updating to ensure maximum passenger comforts and vehicle reliability.

This antique Rolls-Royce was designed and coach built by Hooper and Co. of London, carriage and coach builder to royalty. Hooper and Co. had been in business for over 100 years as elegant carriage builders when they began their association with Rolls-Royce in 1909 as custom body builder and coach builder to Crowned Heads and Special Order clientele worldwide. During the Silver Wraith era (1946 - 1958) there were a total of 1,678 coach built Rolls-Royce produced by all the different coach builders and Hooper produced and released only 10 to 12 coaches per year.

The interior is fully updated with a dual compartment controlled air conditioning system. It's fitted with a center cocktail cabinet while an electric-driven glass divider provides passenger privacy and comfort. Hand crafted interior woodwork of mirrored, feather-cut English black oak offers both beauty and functionality. Passengers can control the cut-crystal interior lamps to provide a truly luxurious experience. Soft and elegant parchment cream upholstery lines the interior with two folding jump seats that provide additional seating if needed. The passenger controlled sound system is equipped with AM - FM radio and a 12 disc CD player.










Vehicle Summary

Price

$150 per hour (Fri - Sun)
$130 per hour (Mon - Thur)
(2 hour minimum)
Seats 2
Special Features
  • Sunroof

  • Rear trunk

  • Stylish dual side mounted spare tires

  • MP3 compatible

Following World War I, younger buyers wanted a fresh approach to automotive design. The automobile industry had been built on the production and sale of stock model cars. This was true even of the luxury class makers. The only way the wealthy could acquire distinction in the cars they owned and drove was to buy a chassis and have a body made to order.

1930 was a year of great challenges for the country and the automobile industry. Chrysler introduced the Imperial 8 in July to compete for high-end luxury clients. Chrysler supplied this chassis without bodies to design studios and custom coach builders of the day. 1930 was a year of great challenges for the country and the automobile industry.

The design studios began to build bodies on the Imperial chassis for clients and as prototypes. This resulted in unique automobiles with appealing lines because the focus was on style and keeping an overall uncluttered look. Design characteristics combined the sweeping hood, Split V-type radiator with winged Viking Gazelle Radiator Cap, extra-long single doors on each side, rear hinged "suicide" doors, unusual roof treatments (with extended blind rear quarters) and an external metal trunk. The dual side mounted spare tires with canvas covers and accessory pedestal mirrors were used to accentuate the clean, smooth body lines.

We have updated the vehicle to be MP3 compatible so our customers are welcome to play their own music during their trip.










Vehicle Summary

Price

$150 per hour (Fri - Sun)
$130 per hour (Mon - Thur)
(2 hour minimum)
Seats 7-8
Special Features
  • Sunroof

  • Rear trunk

  • Stylish dual side mounted spare tires

  • MP3 compatible

This magnificent, one of a kind, hand crafted limousine was specifically built to celebrate the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 1977, a commemoration of 25 years on the throne. It was designed to provide spectacular arrivals and departures for special events and activities - A "Royal Experience" for passengers. Our Silver Jubilee was purchased from an East Coast estate and entered active service to rave reviews from our clients in 2003 after a two year total ground up restoration and modernization. There are four carved glass panels on the outside of the limousine that prominently feature the British Royal Family Crest and Silver Jubilee Emblem - They glow softly creating a very dramatic impact as you travel to your destination.

The carved stone bar is fitted with barware and thermal insulated inset beverage containers that express a flair of elegance hearkening back to the Queen's Silver Jubilee. With the updated dual compartment passenger controlled AC and heating systems your comfort assured. An electric driven glass divider provides you privacy on your special ride.

If you are looking for a classic limousine with the same spirit of traditional limos, it's hard to find anything that tops this unique vehicle.















Vehicle Summary

Price

$200 per hour
(2 hour minimum)
Seats 14
Special Features
  • Built to service US National Parks, very rare

  • 2 coaches available

  • Optional roll-back convertible top

Of all the Cleveland-based automobile manufacturers, the longest lived company was White Motor Co., which got its start with steam powered cars but became one of the main truck manufacturers in America. In the 1930’s the White Motor Co. entered the Great Depression in a bad way. After a series of major setbacks Robert Black was appointed the new president of the White Motor Co. in 1935 and the White ‘touring sedans’ were born. The National Park Service worked up a program for production of canvas-topped ‘touring sedans’ to provide a special multi-sensory experience for visitors sightseeing in the National Parks. The famous Russian-American industrial designer Count Alexis de Sakhoffsky created the ambitious design for these coaches under the banner of White Motor Co.

These vehicles were used in various western national parks including Bryce Canyon, Glacier, Grand Canyon, Mt. Rainier, Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Zion National Parks. After World War II, there was a marked lack of interest in the coaches as more people visited National Parks in personal vehicles. While the canvas-topped tour sedans were replaced elsewhere, the fleet of red sedans, known affectionately as "Red Jammers," is still in service at Glacier National Park. These sedans were ideal for trips across the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Montana. The open-air tour sedan afforded visitors a unique experience as they rolled across the Continental Divide.

White Motor Touring Coaches are rarely commercially available outside the National Parks, but through the Ambassador's Rolls, these beautiful buses are available to attend your special event. With seating for 14, your party is guaranteed to arrive in luxury. For large groups, there are few options as exclusive, unique, and memorable as a trip in these rare limos.

Curious to know more? Read this extensive blog post about White's Touring Coaches.