This distinctive, elegant, sporting 1934 Rolls-Royce may be one of the last cars bodied by Joseph Figoni before he partnered with Ovidio Falaschi to form the famous Figoni et Falaschi firm. The Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile describes Joseph (Giuseppe) Figoni as "France's most innovative stylist as well as a high quality custom coachbuilder over a period spanning the years 1923 to 1956." Both the styling influence of his good friend, Geo Ham, the illustrator, and Figoni's intuitive sensitivity to aerodynamics and air flow is apparent in this practical yet exceptional sedan. Sensitively presented in two tones of Beige with matching light Beige broadcloth interior, the center-hinged doors of this Figoni creation accent its brightly finished interior wood trim and sliding divider window. Marchal Aerolux headlamps, trafficator arms subtly integrated into the roof's rear quarters, a separate but integrated luggage trunk, a single rear-mounted spare tire, delicate French hardware and a wide mesh hat net in the rear compartment's roof complete Joseph Figoni's thoughtful design, a distinctive, practical and stylish sedan that combines the inimitable touch of Joseph Figoni with the innate quality and refinement of Rolls-Royce's 20/25 chassis. This is an automobile that will not only be accepted but also welcomed with open arms at any gathering of quality classic automobiles and the finest coachwork.