1/43 Rolls Royce Phantom III
Limousine Hooper 3CP200
Sedanca de Ville 1938
The first owner was Captain Alastair W. Mackintosh, married to Hollywood star Constance Talmadge.
The couple was photographed with the car in Life magazine in 1939.
The car was sold in 1940 or 1941 to Mary Bruce, a millionaire businesswoman, aviator and racing driver who kept it until the late 70.
It was partially repainted by Hopper in 1954.
After it belonged to I. A Gordon and Dale Frank, this car was part of a large collection in Dubai.
It is found in many books like: Those Elegant Rolls Royce of Dalton,
publication of Nick Whitaker: Rolls-Royce Phantom II and III,
"The Automobile" in 1988 ...
This body is distinguished by its lines in French and two-tone paint with original colors.
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Assembled model, presented on real leather base with presentation plate.
Delivered in a luxurious cardboard box.
Fully assembled and hand painted in a traditional way.
1/43 scale model