In the United Kingdom the Rolls-Royce motor car was always a favourite
when funeral directors considered as regards the best basis for their
trade’s special coachwork. To achieve an appropriate solution for the
difficult tasks of that special trade is a real challenge. Not least
because major demands are absolute reliability and the guarantee that the
car will stand the stress of a rather long life cycle. The vast window
areas on this creation by Coway give a hint as regards this car’s inherent
stability; if that wasn’t extraordinary the risk of the glass breaking
couldn’t be ruled out.
Transport with dignity and style was provided for the last way. When cars
like these ones are shown, the question why the photo-series was taken
during an Annual Meeting of the
Club, is no indication of a deficit as regards tactfulness. Perhaps
the idea that the personal mascot's motto of the Rolls-Royce of Lord
Baden-Powell, the founder of the Pathfinder's Organization was complied
with (that car did attend the meeting, too). The motto was: BE PREPARED.