Almost two years ago I posted a story about Rupert Gray, an Englishman who was about to embark on an epic cross country road trip in his classic 1936 Rolls Royce. Rupert and his wife spent six months driving their car across the expanse of India, visiting every corner of the sub-continent. Their journey took them to the foot-hills of the Himalaya to the shores of the Indian Ocean, and just about everywhere in between.
That eye-opening adventure was documented by Rover Films and you’ll find a teaser video of the final film below. It is a beautiful travelogue that captures the joy of the open road with the wonder of exploring distant lands. The video will inspire you to take a road trip of your own, just as soon as you can locate your vintage car. Learn more at Grand Trunk Road, the official site for the film.
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3 thoughts on “Video: A Sense Of Adventure – Driving A 1936 Rolls Royce Across India”
Does this count as an excuse for me to make a chitty chitty bang bang car (car, boat, plane) and do it even bigger?
You NEVER need an excuse to do that Rosa! 🙂
Nice blog, good info.
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