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A Rolls-Royce that belonged to Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery and ferried King George VI, Winston Churchill and General Eisenhower between secret D-Day planning meetings has emerged for sale.
In the throes of the Second World War the handsome Phantom III was the staff car for the British army supremo while he was based at Southwick House, near Portsmouth.
In the months leading up to June 6, 1944 the 19th century manor house was the headquarters of the main Allied commanders.
Montgomery would often send his chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce up to London to collect the King and the Prime Minister.