A 1925 Rolls Royce Twenty Hunting Saloon by Wylder , chassis nr. GPK33, supplied to H.H. The Maharaja of Bharatpur In April l926.
A 1925 Rolls Royce Twenty Hunting Saloon by Wylder , chassisnr. GPK33, supplied to H.H. The Maharaja of Bharatpur In April l926. The body was polished aluminium throughout and the petrol tank, frame, etc. were painted aluminium. The body cost was £600 and no front wheel brakes were specified on the order.
1923 Rolls-Royce Twenty Open Tourer by Smith & Waddington - The Rolls-Royce Twenty was introduced in 1922. It was their first new model since 1907. The Twenty is powered by a 3.1-liter straight-six making, presumably, 20 horsepower. The simple yet sporty body on this car was constructed by Smith & Waddington of Sydney, Australia, the premier Australian coachbuilder for Rolls-Royces. When production ended in 1929, only 2,940 Rolls-Royce Twenty models had been produced.