Rolls Royce Bike Rack

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    Photo from Ira, copied with his permission. Seen in Philadelphia.

    duganj, trilabracing, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. naotoj 91 months ago | reply

      Nice. I wonder the kind of the bike the owner carries with the rack though.

    2. Le Fromagier Extraordinaire 91 months ago | reply

      It's an incredibly steep angle. Are you sure it's a bike rack and not a couple of mortar tubes?

    3. paulswansen 91 months ago | reply

      Surprised there's not a chase car with the bikes. Probably a Bentley.

    4. ♔ Georgie R 91 months ago | reply

      That's a surprise!
      In A to B magazine issue 55 (August 2006) Andrew Hague, who made a fortune selling bike bits, tells how he fits two Bromptons, and a specially made Brompton trailer cycle, into the boot of his Bentley

    5. Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious 91 months ago | reply

      Several people have marked this photo as a "favorite."

      I don't know much about Rolls Royce cars or any other British luxury car. From looking at pictures I think this might be the Silver Shadow? or maybe the older Silver Cloud?

    6. xxmachonexx 86 months ago | reply

      Yep, that's a Silver Cloud - late 50's, early 60's.

    7. zzpza 84 months ago | reply

      awesome! :D

      Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)

    8. "Ant." 83 months ago | reply

      Actually a Bentley S3.

    9. xxmachonexx 83 months ago | reply

      Hmm, could be right. Photo is too fuzzy really to tell if that is a flying lady or a B on the top of the grille, but as close as I can tell, it does seem to have the rounded grille top instead of the squared-off corners so I'd have to agree - it's a Bentley. Basically the same car anyway... mine started as a Bentley but has had a 100% conversion done to full Rolls Royce trim.

    10. "Ant." 83 months ago | reply

      Ah, but still a Bentley, with the Chassis and Engine number.

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