Rolls Royce Phantom II 125 RY Boatstail by Muliner 1934 CCC 202
The Rolls-Royce Phantom II was a luxury car, built by the British car manufacturer Rolls-Royce 1929-1935 as the successor to the Phantom I in the UK. H. J. Mulliner & Co. was a British manufacturer of automobile bodies that produced exclusive individual bodies and small series for luxury-class vehicles in the first half of the 20th century.
Although H.J. Mulliner designed coachwork for C. S. Rolls' personal two-seater Silver Ghost roadster, it was not until 1928 that the firm began to regularly display its hand-crafted bodies on a Rolls-Royce chassis. From that year on, H.J. Mulliner always exhibited at least one Rolls-Royce chassis graced with their custom coachwork.
Between the wars, H.J. Mulliner constructed hundreds of fine bodies for mounting on Rolls-Royce chassis. Rolls-Royce acquired Mulliner in 1959 and merged it with Park Ward which they had owned since 1939 forming Mulliner-Park Ward in 1961.