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COPY BY TOM BEDFORD<br />
Pictured: The black Rolls Royce which has been kept in a Cardiff Council lock up since 2002<br />
Re: A hard-up council has kept a £200,000 Rolls-Royce locked up in a garage for the last 16 years at the taxpayers’ expense.<br />
The black Roller is taken out once a year for its MOT before being returned to an underground car park.<br />
But Cardiff Council refuses to sell the 1963 Rolls-Royce Phantom saying it’s part of the city’s heritage.<br />
The luxury limo, with the registration number KG1, drove the Queen and Princess Diana on visits to the Welsh capital.<br />
But it hasn’t been used since 2002 and clocks up just six miles a year having its MOT test. <br />
A Facebook group called Cardiff's Rolls-Royce KG1 is campaigning for the car to become a museum piece.
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COPY BY TOM BEDFORD
Pictured: The black Rolls Royce which has been kept in a Cardiff Council lock up since 2002
Re: A hard-up council has kept a £200,000 Rolls-Royce locked up in a garage for the last 16 years at the taxpayers’ expense.
The black Roller is taken out once a year for its MOT before being returned to an underground car park.
But Cardiff Council refuses to sell the 1963 Rolls-Royce Phantom saying it’s part of the city’s heritage.more »