Assembled in the Rolls-Royce facility in Springfield, Massachusetts and especially adapted to the U.S. market although with engines built in England, the Springfield Phantoms are avidly sought by American collectors. The 1926 Phantom I Pall Mall Tourer with coachwork by Rolls-Royce Custom Coachworks is an especially attractive and functional example built to the highest standards. Owned for over thirty years by a respected Rolls-Royce/Bentley collector, it is a particularly well restored automobile which has been toured and enjoyed on events throughout North America. A left-hand drive car, it is particularly well suited to contemporary tours and it is lavishly equipped with dual windshields (the rear screen having large folding side windows for added occupant protection), a rear compartment tonneau cover, side curtains neatly stowed in a compartment behind the front seat, dual side-mount spares, a cigar lighter on a long cord and other accessories too numerous to mention. Among its impedimenta is a license plate from the Rolls-Royce Owners Club 1978 "Tennessee Dogwood Tour". Finished in Green with Black fenders and Green leather and a Beige canvas top, it has recently been cosmetically and mechanically freshened and is ready to resume impressing occupants, counterparts and onlookers alike on a new round of tours and events.