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Journey to: Rolls-Royce Automobilmuseum Franz Ferdinand Vonier, Dornbirn, Austria

Rolls-Royce New Phantom, Open Touring Car, 1926, Coachbuilder Smith & Waddington, Sydney, Australia © Kristian Adolfsson bil fotograf bilfotograf car automotive photography photographer fotografering bilfotografering bilar bild; Fotograf-Photographer; 20180605; AT, Austria | Österreich | Österrike, Vorarlberg, Lat: 47.390725N, Long: 9.776902E

Rolls-Royce New Phantom, Open Touring Car, 1926, Coachbuilder Smith & Waddington, Sydney, Australia.
EXIF: 1/5 s, f/7.1, 30 mm, ISO: 400, Camera: NIKON D800E © Kristian Adolfsson

I went on a trip in central Europe to visit car and aviation museums at the beginning of June 2018. The Rolls-Royce museum in Dornbirn was definitely on my list. It turned out that it was now TWO museums next to each other since early 2018. This is the “old” one that I knew about and the larger one.

The museum has cars, memorabilia, statues, a workshop, Tea-room, and much more spread over 3 floors in an old industrial building. They were renovating on the ground floor so some of the cars are a little dusty, as you can see on some of the photos below.

They have lots more cars than i photographed but some are pretty tight to each other so they didn’t make for very good photos.

In June 2018 they had the following cars that I photographed on display on their 3 floors:

  • Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, Pullman Limousine, 1924, Coachbuilder Barker & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce New Phantom, Open Touring Car, 1926, Coachbuilder Smith & Waddington, Sydney, Australia
  • Rolls-Royce New Phantom, Open Touring Car, 1926, Coachbuilder Joseph Cockshoot & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce New Phantom, Pullman Limousine, 1926, Coachbuilder Barker & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce New Phantom, Three quarter Coupé, 1926, Coachbuilder Barker & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce New Phantom, Sedanca de Ville & Three quarter Coupé, 1926, Coachbuilder Barker & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce New Phantom, Enclosed Driver Limousine, 1927, Coachbuilder Windovers Ltd, UK
  • Rolls-Royce New Phantom, Limousine, 1927, Coachbuilder Windovers Ltd, UK
  • Rolls-Royce New Phantom, Torpedo Phaeton, 1927, Coachbuilder Louis Labourdette, Madrid, Spain
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom I, Allweather Cabriolet, 1928, Coachbuilder Caffyns Ltd, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom I, Fabric Saloon, 1928, Coachbuilder Weymann Motor Bodies, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom I, Limousine de Ville, 1928, Coachbuilder Mann Egerton & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom I, Enclosed Drive Limousine, 1928 & Limousine, 1929, both by Hooper & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom I, Cabriolet, 1929, Coachbuilder Kellner Eichelbaum & Co, Germany
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom I, Limousine, 1929, Coachbuilder Park Ward Coachwork, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom I, Open Touring Car, 1929, Coachbuilder I. Wilkinson & Son, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom I, Sedanca de Ville, 1929, Coachbuilder Le Baron, New York, USA
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom I, Sports Saloon, 1929, Coachbuilder Coachwork Ltd?, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom I, Sports Saloon, 1929, Coachbuilder Southern Motor Company, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Enclosed Limousine, 1930, Coachbuilder Thrupp &; Maberly, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Brougham de Ville, 1930, Coachbuilder Hooper & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Enclosed Limousine, 1931, Coachbuilder Hooper & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Continental Sports Saloon, 1932, Coachbuilder Park Ward & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Continental Sports Saloon, 1932, Coachbuilder Hopper & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Continental Four light Saloon, 1933, Coachbuilder Park Ward & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Fixed head Coupé, 1930 Coachbuilder James Young, UK & Continental Four light Saloon, 1933, Park Ward, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Sedanca de Ville, 1933, Coachbuilder Barker & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Continental Six light Limousine, 1934, Coachbuilder Hopper & Co, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Saloon with division, 1937, Coachbuilder Windovers, UK
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom III, Enclosed Limousine, 1937, Coachbuilder H. J. Mulliner & Co.
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom III, Enclosed Landaulette, 1937, Coachbuilder Thrupp & Maberly, UK
  • There is also a beautiful light blue Delahaye 135MS, 1946.

You can see all the Rolls-Royce images we have on this site divided up by:

They charge you a fee for taking photographs and you are not allowed to use a tripod. I managed to get a permission to use a monopod though, which of course helped a lot. I had to set an ISO of 400, open up the aperture and take several exposures to make sure that I got one that was sharp. Some of the images are still a little soft.

You can see full details about these two museum in our Car Air Bike Directory here:

Image gallery

Images taken June 2018. I have a few more images that will be added when I have received complete details from the museum.

Cars are in chronological order from 1924-1937. The Delahaye 135MS is a 1946.