Rolls-Royce Phantom Jonkheere 1935 BOEING STEARMAN zw.psd
Rolls Royce Phantom is one of the most popular Vauxhall models. These luxurious, fully-stocked, and fully-equipped classic cars became a symbol of affluence for Britain's elite in the early thirties. The first car manufactured by Rolls Royce Phantom was the Jonkheere, which has been immortalized in films like Kingpin, Tokyo Rose and Top Gun. In 1930, it was Rolls Royce's first entry into the market with the Phantom Jonkheere model.
It is interesting to note that the original model was not called" Phantom" since it was a smaller car and it was also called" Jonkheere" because it was originally designed as a small car. Rolls Royce used three main materials in manufacturing its cars - aluminum, magnesium, and nickel-plated steel. Although these materials are no longer standard in modern-day cars, the company still uses them in some of its Phantom models such as the Jonkheere. For instance, the door handles and the bonnet of the Rolls Royce Phantom Jonkheere are made from a combination of aluminum and nickel.
Rolls Royce Phantom Jonkheere a favorite in the world of classic cars and is still used today in movies and by royalty. Many Rolls Royces have been converted into museums or into private homes and they retain the original styling of their original design. This is partly because they are also one of the few cars that could be transported by train back then, so even royalty would have had to use public transport.