Originally a 1925 Phantom I, this car was flamboyantly re-bodied in the 1930s by Belgian coachbuilder Jonckheere. Getting its name from the remarkable shape of its doors, the car’s controversial Art Deco makeover also features an imposing grille, half-moon windows, and a sweeping fin. Despite passing through numerous owners and disappearing from public view throughout different periods of its life, the car has resurfaced in recent years and was exhibited last month at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este on Lake Como, northern Italy.

Originally a 1925 Phantom I, this car was flamboyantly re-bodied in the 1930s by Belgian coachbuilder Jonckheere. Getting its name from the remarkable shape of its doors, the car’s controversial Art Deco makeover also features an imposing grille, half-moon windows, and a sweeping fin. Despite passing through numerous owners and disappearing from public view throughout different periods of its life, the car has resurfaced in recent years and was exhibited last month at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este on Lake Como, northern Italy.