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(2) ROLLS-ROYCE CELEBRATES ITS 100TH ANNIVERSARY AT THE GOODWOOD FESTIVAL OF SPEED
25 to 27 June 2004

Outside Goodwood House was a display of some of the most impressive, unusual and famous Rolls-Royce motor cars of the coachbuilt era. Every coachbuilt chassis from 1904 to the present day was represented. One hundred years of bespoke luxury.


1906 Rolls-Royce 10hp.   1905 Rolls-Royce 15hp Four-Seater Tourer.   1905 Rolls-Royce Light 20 Tourer.
1906 Rolls-Royce 10hp. A 1904 Rolls-Royce built to special order in 1906.   1905 Rolls-Royce 15hp Four-Seater Tourer. The second oldest Rolls-Royce in existence.   1905 Rolls-Royce Light 20 Isle of Man TT Tourer by Harrington. One of two surviving.
1905 Rolls-Royce 30hp Two-Seater Tourer   1907 Rolls-Royce 40/50 Tourer 'The Silver Ghost'.   1911 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Tourer.
1905 Rolls-Royce 30hp Two-Seater Tourer by Jarvis. The sole surviving 30hp.   1907 Rolls-Royce 40/50 Tourer 'The Silver Ghost'. The RAC 1500 miles trophy winner.   1911 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Tourer by Holmes. Ex-EW Hives. 101mph at Brooklands.
Rolls-Royce at the Festival 1 2 3 4 5 6 Click for more pictures Goodwood Festival of Speed Photos: Ian Burt