Rolls-Royce Motor Cars will celebrate 20th anniversary of the Goodwood Revival festival with a special event. As one might well guess, the prestigious and prominent automobile manufacturer has prepared a significant show program. The centerpiece will be March Motor Works that will focus the attention around this year’s topic and concept ideas – the 1960s. Rolls Royce will definitely feel at home, due to the fact that this is considered to be the golden era for the brand.

Audience at the event will have the chance to witness some magnificent vehicles as well. For example, the stunning 1966 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III Continental Drophead Coupe by Mulliner Park Ward. This exclusive four-seater plays a central role in the 1966 British film classic Blow Up and was portrayed as one of the most important vehicles from this decade.

Furthermore, the double-R brand will be represented on the famous motor circuit with the 1966 Phantom V Touring Limousine with a body created by James Young. With its ivory over black and Hooper rear window, this vehicle will surely become the star of the show. Something more, invited guests will have the unique chance to experience brand’s legendary ride for themselves. There will also be an exclusive fleet of modern Rolls-Royce vehicles that will also be showcased at the event.

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Source: Rolls-Royce