Contact the Canadian Automotive Museum

 

 

99 Simcoe Street South
Central Oshawa, ON, L1H 4G7

(905) 576-1222

Since 1963 the Canadian Automotive Museum has preserved and shared the history of the Canadian automotive industry.

1912 Ladybird

 

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Our elegant 1912 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, known as “Ladybird”, was one of a trio owned by Lady Flora Eaton of the preeminent Eaton family. With a custom enclosed body by coachmakers Barker of London, this Rolls-Royce was used by Lady Eaton for official appearances and made a definite statement during a period when less than 1% of the Canadian population owned a vehicle. Come into the Canadian Automotive Museum today to learn more about this beautiful vehicle, and how cars became a status symbol for elite citizens of the British Empire.