Chrome Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead [Video]
This project proves this point because it starts out with the most expensive Rolls Royce you can buy, the Drophead. This machine probably went through a at least 24 hours of painting, more painting and polishing, but that wasn’t enough for this owner, who wanted to have the shiniest machine in the car park.
“Rolls-Royce continues the grand tradition started centuries ago by the coach-building industry: at least five layers of paint and clear lacquer coating are applied to each Phantom, seven if the car is two-tone. Between each layer technicians sand the body by hand. Following application of a final coat, the body is meticulously hand polished for five hours to achieve the glassy lustre normally associated with a grand piano,” that’s what Rolls Royce says about its perfect paint, but let’s forget all about that and put some vinyl over the top.
Video by Patrick3331