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Rolls-Royce Alpine Eagle

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The Alpine Eagle was a sporting version of the Silver Ghost. It was so named because the Rolls-Royce team swept the board in the 1913 Austrian Alpine Trials. This car had long been the property of coachbuilder, Leslie Willis, who made it available to the Trust in 1977 at a very generous price, and it was purchased with the help of a grant from the London Science Museum.

Year1914
CountryBritish
Capacity7,428cc
Cylinders6
Maximum speed82mph/131.97kph
Price new(chassis only) £985
ManufacturerRolls-Royce Ltd

 

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