Rolls Royce Phantom

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List Of Longest Consumer Road Vehicles - Longest Sedans
... Maybach 62 242.7 in (6.16 m) Toyota Century Royal 242.3 in (6.15 m) Rolls-Royce Phantom 239.8 in (6.09 m) Maybach 57 225.5 in (5.73 m) Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe/Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead ...
Royce - Other Uses
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Official State Car - Thailand - Royal Family
... The other models including Rolls-Royce Phantom VI, a Rolls-Royce Silver Spur stretch limousine,Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Park Ward, Lexus LS 460 L, BMW 7-Series (E38 ... Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn usually travels by Rolls-Royce cars ... These Rolls-Royces used to be the King’s official cars ...
List Of Automotive Superlatives - Vehicle Dimensions - Track
... Widest Front Car Current production car - 1,687 mm (66.4 in) - Rolls Royce Phantom Production car - 1,710 mm (67.3 in) - 1992-94 Jaguar XJ220 Production station wagon ...
Simon Royce
... Simon Ernest Royce (born 9 September 1971 in Forest Gate, England) is a retired English footballer currently at Brentford as a goalkeeping coach ... Royce joined Gillingham in April 2007 as an emergency loan signing after the Kent team were left with no fit goalkeepers for their final three matches of the season and signed for the club on a permanent basis in ...

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