New Rolls-Royce dedicated to the Czechoslovak heroes.
One of the Patriotic customers of Rolls-Royce the company booked a convertible Dawn with the special design of the dedicated volunteers who served in the 312th m 313-th Czechoslovak squadrons during the Second world war..
Constructed in one piece the car has got a grey shade of the body, which should resemble the cover of the Spitfire aircraft used by RAF pilots.
On the headrests of the front seats of the convertible embroidered emblem 313 squadron, the back decorated with the emblem of the 312th.
On the metal plates on the inner sides of the doors engraved with their motto: Jeden Jestráb Mnoho Vran Rozhán (“One eagle chase lot of ravens”) and “Non Multi Sed Multa” (“Not many but much”). The background is a veneer of dark grained wood.
Between the seats the back row of embroidered aircraft engine Rolls-Royce Merlin, which was equipped with the Hawker Hurricane and the Spitfire. This image was made on the basis of original engineering sketches and drawings.
312-I and 313 th squadron of the Royal air force of great Britain was formed in 1940 and 1941, respectively. They consisted of Czechoslovak volunteers – until command.
Both groups were based near the Rolls-Royce plant in Goodwood. In 1944, both took part in the landing in Normandy – the famous landing operation, which began with the allied invasion of France.
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