Paul Karslake Fine Art and the team at Rockstarscars have collaborated on a new project inspired by John Lennon’s iconic Phantom V.
The White Rolls Royce EUC100C, originally a two-tone black-over-green Rolls-Royce, sourced from Golden Wheels Garages in Sloane Avenue, Chelsea, and commissioned London coachbuilder Wood & Pickett to give the car the look it is so famous for today. Everything in the car was white, including the upholstery, carpets and steering wheel.
He and his exclusive friends used the car between 1967 and 69, the car was then sold to Manager Alan Klein, who’s son Jody has just completed its restoration.
A limited run of Rolls Royce doors will be individually completed by Paul Karslake, who’s work is in collections such as Sir Michael Caine and Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards.
These are made in GRP from a rear door from a Rolls Royce Silver Cloud, so are very light, and will hang on a hook, so do not need a wall mounting kit ( weight XXXX )
Each piece is priced at £4,495 and each one will be customised to the buyers epitome of their image of John Lennon.