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We are not licensed by Rolls Royce to reproduce the Rolls Royce logo and none of the keyrings listed here for sale in this website shop feature Rolls Royce keyfob badges with the Rolls Royce logo which have been made by us.
The keyrings in this listing are original vintage keyrings dating from the 1980s.
We have 2 of these original new old stock Rolls Royce torpedo keyrings to offer which we are told were issued with a Rolls Royce motor car bought from Carriage House Motor Cars in Manhattan USA in 1986.
New old stock – so condition is new.
The nickel plated badges have black vitreous enamel detail and are mounted onto keyfobs in genuine black leather with Carriage House Motor Cars New York details silver embossed onto the back of the keyfobs.
The final torpedo keyrings were produced in England in the early 1970s – but Carriage House Motor Cars quite rightly obviously considered that the torpedo shape was the correct keyfob shape for issuing with their Rolls Royce cars and continued to have torpedos produced into the 1980s.
Carriage House will need no introduction for our US customers – but for the benefit of others we can do no better than copy what appears on Carriage House’s website – we are sure that Carriage House will not mind :-
Michael Schudroff first got into the rare car business while still a teenager, by pursuing a passion for old cars. Buying a used Rolls Royce for $4,400, he single-handedly restored the car and sold it for a profit. This beginning in the restoration business evolved to the point where, by the late 1970’s, Michael Schudroff was recognized as the dominant force in trading Rolls Royces and Bentleys. Founding Carriage House Motor Cars, Ltd in 1971, Michael’s showroom became the perfect stage on which to exercise his remarkable depth of knowledge, his eye for just the right car, and his uncanny ability to match motorcar to customer.
Within one year after being made the official New York representative for Rolls Royce, Michael Schudroff’s yearly sales surpassed that of the largest dealership in London, making him the largest factory authorized Rolls-Royce dealership in the world. While pursuing his career at Carriage House, Michael satisfied his own personal passion for cars by assembling one of the finest collections of rare post-war Rolls Royce automobiles in the world.
In 1995, CHMC moved its entire Rolls Royce and Bentley operation from Manhattan to Connecticut and has since expanded to selling, leasing, servicing Ferraris and Collectibles.
Carriage House Motor Cars dedicated team of professionals strives to deliver a unique experience to everyone who comes to visit. CHMC has become a meeting place for all those who share their passion for fine automobiles. It is no surprise then, that they are part of a group customers call the “CHMC FAMILY.”
The torpedo keyrings in the photos are the ones which you will receive.
When they have been sold this listing will be cancelled.