Post Number: 495
|Posted on Sunday, 14 January, 2018 - 01:22: |
A short film produced by University Students as part of their degree course, starring yours truly for about 2 seconds !
Post Number: 1827
|Posted on Sunday, 14 January, 2018 - 08:01: |
That was quite an entertaining video Mark.
Thank you for posting it.
Just goes to show how many hands one of these beautifully made cars can go through, and the world events it has seen.
When these (and all other cars made then) were produced, I donít think anyone looked at cars the way we do today as being disposable items.
So luckily we have some very well preserved cars of all makes that we, and future owners can enjoy.
It will be interesting, as mentioned in the video, to see what a modern Goodwood Phantom may be like in 50 plus years.
Post Number: 2815
|Posted on Sunday, 14 January, 2018 - 17:00: |
Same here - especially connecting history with the vehicle and its owners.
The students responsible for producing the video show there are still people in the world who value quality and perfection in their work and, by extension, their life.
Post Number: 1728
|Posted on Sunday, 14 January, 2018 - 20:01: |
Mark, very professionally carried out and a joy to watch.
richard george yeaman
Post Number: 910
|Posted on Sunday, 14 January, 2018 - 20:34: |
I enjoyed watching this film, very interesting, I also had the pleasure of meeting two people who featured in the film, Mr Phillip Hall the Rolls Royce historian, and Mr Mark Aldridge, I met both of them at the Hunt house in September last year.