Jul 17th 2010 7:40PM This is the typical sample of the "How to do inflation", this car was for sale by E. Thiesen in Germany and after by an English company "Vintage é Prestige" a few months ago for £285,000 and now this German, Mr. Michael Fröhlich, pretexting he is selling luxury cars, is offering it at twenty times the intial price.... Yes, I know RR is a company which has all their ordering books and if it was ordered by the Russian Army, it is not said the Tzar was sitting in it and if the car was found in a German barn (East Germany) how was it coming there?
Apparently they are knowing when it was ordered nut not when it was delivered because different dates are advanced, 1913, 1914, 1915, ... and why not later. There was war in continental Europe and delivery being difficult. Was it really delivered to their real owners or was it remained in a Rolls-Royce agency, per example in Germany?