Rolls-Royce and Bentley Coachbuilt Specials in the Modern Era.
When the Silver Shadow and its sibling, the Bentley T-Series appeared in 1965, monocoque construction nearly ended the grand coachbuilding tradition. However, just a few years later, some owners began to reject the new limitations being placed on their creativity and modified cars by cutting and welding the steel and aluminum.
Rolls-Royce and Bentley Coachbuilding in the Modern Era showcases every modified and fully bespoke Rolls-Royce and Bentley motorcar created from 1966 to today from companies such as Pininfarina, Hooper, Zagato, Jankel, Touring, ASC, Niko-Michael, Panelcraft, and many others.
The book also contains the most comprehensive collection of images and information about the various Rolls-Royce and Bentley motorcars created in the 1990s for the Brunei royal family. Many of the pictures of the Brunei cars have never been published before.
With 610 color pictures spread across 296 pages, there is something for every Rolls-Royce and Bentley enthusiast to enjoy.
Engels, paperback, 2017, 360 pagina’s, Richard Vaughan.