Kellner Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental #68SK 1935
Stylish Phantom II Continental conduite intérieure chassis 68SK with division that was built in 1935 for Liliane Marie Mathilde Beaumont-d’Erlander, a.k.a. Princesse de Faucigny-Lucinge – a good customer of Kellner. Every year she would order a new Rolls, always finished in bright yellow over black, like this car. While the side window treatment was classic Kellner, the sloping rear of the car resembled a 1932 semi-aerodynamic pontoon bodied Maybach Zeppelin that made a big splash at the Paris Salon that year. This photo taken in the courtyard of the Kellner works.
Photo credit: Peter Larsen - Kellner Affair
Text credit: The Kellner Affair
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