About 100 years ago, four silver Rolls-Royce Ghosts set off on a trail that was "near impassible" through the Belgian Alps. After all four cars completed the 1,820 mile journey, Rolls' reputation for making superlative cars was set in stone. 

The modern tribute Ghosts bear the same black grilles as the 1913 Ghosts, and also feature clocks that display the timing of the original rally, and inlays into the rear picnic tables amd dash that show the route, topography, and distances travelled continue the theme.

On June 14th the 20-Ghost club is going to reenact the rally, using modern Rolls-Royces and one of the original four Ghosts. 

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[via Rolls-Royce