A piece of history that was completed to special order by Rolls Royce in a unique specification for delivery to HR Owen in May 1990. Unregistered for 7 months, we are advised the car was displayed by Rolls Royce at European Motor Shows such as Geneva and Earls Court. Upon eventual registration to HR Owen in January 1991, it was assigned the most prestigious and appropriate registration number imaginable ‘RR 1’. The first private owner resided mainly overseas and arranged to be chauffeur driven in it (we are advised) through Jack Barclay who eventually took the vehicle in part exchange in 2009 with just 8,000 miles covered since new. Until then it had spent most of its time stored correctly. Having been in the hands of enthusiasts since, it has had some P&A Wood servicing and attracted the attention of RREC who have provided written assessments on it for insurance purposes and were clearly impressed by the condition: “ …really a museum piece, a definite for concours” (2012) “…. must be the lowest mileage example in existence and as such of interest to serious collectors. Quite irreplaceable…” (2015). Finished in Porcelain White with Dark Blue Hide extending to the dashboard top roll and steering wheel. Seating is piped in white complementing a Marvelon headlining. Equipped with chromed rear quarter badges, badge bar and fire extinguisher- copies of the original factory build sheets in the history file confirm this is how it left the factory. Coach lines are dark blue and hand painted. Having completed several long touring journeys in recent years, maintenance has been with Frank Dale, the oldest and most prestigious independent Rolls Royce handlers. The genuine and supported mileage is just 16,000 miles from new.