The most fascinating feature on the car is the hydraulic top, which raises effortlessly thanks to metal flaps on either side that pop open with the rear cover. The navy blue canvas power top also disappears below the belt line when lowered, being completely hidden under the electrically operated metal cover resulting in completely unobstructed rear vision. At the time, this Rolls-Royce would have been unlike anything the average motorist would have ever seen before. Bespoke motorcars such as this are valued like fine art
. Given the fact it is one of only two such Rolls-Royces ever built, one can assume the estimate price for the car to have plenty of zeros at the end.