The Stuff of Dreams or…?

The shocking truth about Rolls -Royce.

If you’re old (or cool) enough remember TV’s Burke’s Law or The Avengers, or the Sean Connery classic Goldfinger in which Harold Sakata immortalized the role of hat-flinging chauffeur Odd Job…

Maybe you have dreamed of swanning about in your own Rolls-Royce as onlookers ogle or, in my own case, ask permission to wide-angle a few shots?

If so, let me urge you to wake up and start Googling….

Because, while a brand-new Rolls-Royce might set you back hundreds of thousands, or many millions…

The vintage motorcar of your dreams might be selling for less than a Subaru…

And your Roller might even prove profitable —as you pay off your car loan and bank a profit by offering a chauffeured Roller plus wedding photography in a package deal too cool to refuse.

And even if you are not a wedding photographer, plenty of us are! And your vintage Roller —chauffeured by you or an assistant — may be the key to driving some aspiring wedding shooter’s business over the top.

Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II looks like new! The owner kindly allowed me to shoot the exterior and interior of the car. Unfortunately I had to use my wide-angle iPhone camera, because the car was sandwiched tightly in a parking lot.
Interior of the Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II

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