A 1928 Rolls-Royce Plays Role In New Industrial Museum
For nearly eight decades, M. Allen Swift drove arguably the most distinctive car in town - a two-tone green 1928 Rolls-Royce that he received new as a graduation gift.
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#1 Apr 3, 2009
Allen Swift didn't go to College. His brother did and he stayed with his father to look after the family business. He received the car as a gift in compensation for NOT going to University...
#2 Apr 3, 2009
#3 Apr 19, 2011
Beautiful car. Someday someone will drive me around in one of those! For now, I'm happy in my car from http://autos.masslive.com/used_cars/style/ham...
#4 May 18, 2011
What a beautiful classic car! I just found my perfect car at http://autos.masslive.com/
#5 Jul 19, 2011
My family repaired Mr Swift's Rollsfrom the time he bought it until about his 95th birthday.He always damaged the right front fender.
Originally he would not even let us drive it from one place to another in our repair facility and would sit in our office with a book and read incase we needed to move the car.
It was alst repaired by us at Ct. Autobody 1323 Blue Hills Avw. Blmfld, Ct.
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