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The flying goddess logo: The subject of this car was designed by the British painter and sculptor Charles Sykes. The beginning of the 20th century, the Montagu introduced by a friend, Sykes is responsible for the car standard design a sculpture for the Rolls-Royce. At that time, a married Montagu madly in love with his female secretary Thornton, Thornton for implore Sykes prototype car standard. Sykes originally designed, the statue of a woman dressed in robes of the finger on the lips, a symbol of the secret love affair between Montagu and Thornton can not say. After numerous hardships in this love story, Thornton status was a stripper, so the two can not live together in the understanding of the family and Montagu wife, they eventually come together, unfortunately, later Thornton, a boat trip misfortune the German mines, never sink into the icy sea. Later, the love of this wonderful and slightly miserable story to remain in the car standard, Romania - Romanian duo also Montagus friends, they learned it was very moved. Later, they invited Sykes took it changed hands like wings stretching back image, which is todays Flying Goddess. In 1911, it officially became a Rolls-Royce car standard car. Since then, the Rolls-Royce Flying Goddess car standard is a beautiful symbol of love!

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