For generations, people have been fascinated by the magic of 'The Best Cars in the World', the majestic carriages of Rolls-Royce, and the rich and powerful who own them. A Rolls-Royce is much more than a car that dreams are made of. It is a British icon which symbolizes a privileged way of life and generates passion and admiration even among the many millions who have no hope of acquiring one. Rolls-Royce from the Inside reveals stories that will surprise even Rolls-Royce. Packed with fascinating stories and anecdotes, Rolls-Royce from the Inside is a humorous celebration of a century of excellence and achievement by skilled artisans and craftsmen whose coachbuilt motorcars have long been described as the Pride of Britain, Envy of the World.
British Journalist and broadcaster, Reg Abbiss , brings a unique perspective to this book, viewing Rolls-Royce as both an inquisitive BBC reporter, and later, from the inside, as the company's spokesman in North America. He returned to broadcast journalism in 1996, with the US Speedvision TV Network, co-anchoring and reporting for Aviation News through its three-year run. He also anchored programmes from the Farnborough and Paris International Air Shows and in addition has narrated fifty-two programmes in the Great Cars television series for Michael Rose Productions of Los Angeles, running on 200 stations in North America, the UK and Far East.