McLaughlin Motor Car Company - Royal Limousine


On December 10, 1936, a mysterious black limousine pulled up at No. 10 Downing Street in London, the official residence of British Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin. A man exited the limousine and entered No. 10 for a short meeting. After the gathering, the man left in the dark car with blinds drawn in the rear passenger compartment.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2017/01/25/mclaughlins


The McLaughlin Phaeton in what appears to be Old English White, is a beautiful motorcar, but with the description of the Limousine used by the abdicating King, the thought occurs that it would have been nice for that limousine to have also been pictured, perhaps another few of the output of the McLaughlin factory. It sure did cause a desire to see more of these fine motorcars.