The 1920s were a period of rapid advancements in automotive technology, and all over the world automakers improved quality, reliability, and road manners, creating some of the most exciting cars ever built. Horsepower grew by leaps and bounds, and these more powerful engines permitted the use of longer chassis wearing beautiful custom coachwork. Many of these 1920s vehicles are now recognized as Full Classics by the CCCA.
The extremely sporty Pall Mall touring body of this Silver Ghost is a pleasing contrast to the formal, upright bodies of many of this car’s contemporaries, and its rakish appearance compliments its spirited performance on the road. A beautiful, fast, well-sorted automobile that should give many years of trouble free driving.