1913 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost

SPECIAL WINGS FOR THE ROLLS ROYCE SILVER GHOST

This London to Edinburgh 1913 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost has undergone some alteration work to a previous restoration of the original vehicle. It was considered that the production of new wings was a necessary intervention to achieve the perfect aesthetic. The fabrication of this set of wings with incorporated valances is therefore a key element in giving this iconic motor car a more refined and sporting look in line with the London to Edinburgh Touring aesthetic of this era. The new wings have a gentle curved profile which include a bead detail running along the upper surface. The wings are accentuated with an offset wired-edged flange along the perimeter which also give a shadow line, depth and definition to the wings.

Rolls Royce Wing Fabrication by STORIK Ltd.

Work commissioned by Jonathan Wood Vintage & Thoroughbred Restorations Ltd.

Photo courtesy of Jonathan Wood Vintage & Thoroughbred Restorations Ltd.