Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Rolls Royce Silver Wraith Convertible Freestone & Webb The all-weather tourer or dual cowl phaeton was a popular body style in the 1930s, particularly in America, but is something of an oddity as a 1950s design. The Freestone & Webb body was delivered on a left hand drive chassis to a Mr B Davies in the USA in September 1954 and was soon replaced with a Mulliner limousine. The original body then found its way onto a 1951 right hand drive Silver Wraith chassis and at some point in its life has been restored as we see it here in a less than discrete bright red with wicker patterned side panels and whitewall tyres. It certainly stands out! The detailing is all neatly applied with fine etched frames for the windscreens.
Very well finished resincast models. Made in China.
Rolls Royce Silver Wraith Convertible Freestone & Webb model by Matrix
Red. Chassis #WLE28.
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