See the Video of the Rolls Royce Star of India here.
There is one thing the enterpriser H.G. Zach will not let of, driving out his Rolls Royce Phantom 1 "Star of India", eventhough the world of classic cars is called on for an offer for the "Star of India" and 26 other vehicles of his collection.
The term H.G.Zach has attached for the sales will end on the 15th September.
But there are enough prospective customers. Even the former owners of the collection highlight "Star of India" from Rajkot have announced themselves to get the famous Rolls Royce back home.
As with all vehicles in the museum the state of the Rolls Royce is flawless and the engine purrs like on the first day. Particularly interesting is the integrated car-jack which lets itself crank down on need.
In the museum of Hans-Günther Zach there are even other rare classics, as for example Rolls Royce 40/50 HP Phantom I Open Tourer (Alluminium Sculpture),build in 1926, which was been built for the Maharaja of Nanpara or the 40/50 Silver Ghost coupé de Ville, build in 1920, which had belonged to Jean Hennessy and went on later to the collection of the baron of Rothschild.
Decorated with numerous details, is the phantom II convertible "Hunting coach" which belonged to the vehicle park of the Maharajah of Rewa and was used for hunting Tigers.
Still today Hans-Günther Zach drives honourable people in his Phantom 6, the last Phantom build in the Rolls Royce and Bentley factory in Crewe. An impressive state coach.
A long version of a phantom I saloon car, built for Pran Narajan, Mahardja of Cooch Behar, and another phantom II convertible, build in 1929, a unique manufactured vehicle for the maharaja of Rewa belongs to the collection too.
Hans-Günther Zach himself hopes that the collection can be preserved in whole - best somewhere close to Frankfurt, not far from Mülheim. The surcharge for the highest bidder should occur at the latest the 15th of September, 2009 (non-binding). Hundred percent discretion for the buyer is guaranteed.