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Rolls Royce Bentley Paint Codes
Rolls Royce Bentley Paint Codes
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Rolls Royce Silver Dawn Manual 1953
Rolls Royce Silver Dawn Manual 1953
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Rolls Royce Silver Dawn, Bentley MkVI, Phantom IV and Derivatives Electric
Rolls Royce Silver Dawn, Bentley MkVI, Phantom IV and Derivatives Electric
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Rolls Royce Wiring Diagrams
Rolls Royce Wiring Diagrams
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Rolls Royce History

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd - a company specializing in the production of luxury cars-badged Rolls-Royce.

 

Company founded in 1904 and named for its creators - the businessman Charles Stewart Rolls and Frederick Henry Royce engineer.

 

February 4, 1971 the company was formally declared bankrupt. Rolls-Royce, as a national treasure, saved the British government, having enclosed in business of about 250 mln. Dollars.

 

In 1998, control of the company received the German company BMW. VW in the course of battle for Rolls-Royce & Bentley received all car factories in Crewe and brand Bentley.

 

In the spring of 2000 at the chassis Silver Seraph appeared immediately two new products under the well-known names: Corniche convertible and 4-door extended sedan Park Ward. Now managers Rolls-Royce logically expect to increase in popularity. For example, many Hollywood celebrities in Beverly Hills will want to replace their old convertibles, and on Executive Park Ward there are a few dozen customers.

 

Brand Rolls-Royce from 1 January 2003 has fully passed into the possession of the concern BMW. The current plant in Crewe, owned concern Volkswagen Group, will produce only cars under the brand Bentley.

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