Posted on: Jun 06, 2012
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Carlex Design Conjure Up ‘Ghost Save the Queen’ Rolls-Royce

Polish aftermarket specialist has gone all out making the Rolls Royce Ghost fit for a queen.
Forgetting that Rolls-Royce already has a wealth of configuration options for the interior of their luxury saloons to accommodate the most discerning of clientele, leather and upholstery specialist Carlex Design has come up with a project in honor of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee they have cleverly dubbed "Ghost Save the Queen." A shade of deep green was chosen for the exterior, while inside there are a range of enhancements such as the royal crown embroidered into the seats.
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Wool rugs, with 2.5cm long pile, touches of chrome and the use of luxury ostrich and kangaroo leather, apparently the ideal material for piping, are other noteworthy highlights of the interior. According to the Polish aftermarket specialist, the result of the two month project is overwhelming. Check out the picture gallery to see if you concur.

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by Adam Lynton
Carlex Design Conjure Up ‘Ghost Save the Queen’ Rolls-Royce
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