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1965 ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM V MULLINER PARK WARD LIMOUSINE











1965 Rolls-Royce Phantom V
Mulliner Park Ward Limousine
Chassis # 5LVB43 - Engine # B21PV
Chassis 5LVB43 was dispatched by the factory in March 1964 and flown to Geneva, Switzerland, where it was proudly displayed at the 1964 Geneva Motor Show. Afterwards the car was purchased new by Mr. Gary R. Patterson of Geneva. The car was then acquired and re-commissioned a number of years later by the Rolls-Royce factory and sold to a USA customer named Mr. Samuel De Rosa, of Philadelphia, PA. After Mr. De Rosa's death the Phantom went into storage for about six years and was then sold by his widow to a southern California resident Mr. Paul Blank in 1999. Mr. Blank had the car restoration and upon completion enjoyed many miles of driving in the greater So Cal area. The next owner was Michael Brooks also of southern California who purchased it in 2008. He used the car very sparingly putting minimal miles on it. Now the car is proudly in the Blackhawk Collection stables. The Phantom V was the largest and the highest quality vehicle produced by Rolls-Royce. There were only 518 total built and of that number only 143 were coached by Mulliner, Park Ward to design number 2003.