The Poor Boy Who Invented The Most Luxurious Car in the World

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Rolls-Royce is a true household name in engineering. A Rolls-Royce is one of the most successful luxury cars that money can buy. And with over 130 dealerships spread over 40 countries, the brand is known all around the globe. Kind of funny considering that it all started out with a poor kid that had a passion for innovation. When farm boy Henry Royce first started out tinkering with engines, nobody could have guessed he would one day create some of the most expensive cars in the world! And when he finally met his daredevil companion, history was truly made! Don’t miss this story!
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A Poor Miller’s Son Invented The World's Most Expensive CAR | The Story of Rolls-Royce

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  1. FeedTheMachine
    FeedTheMachine
    Ай бұрын

    This kid started his own company with a friend and it took over 10 whole years just to get the ball rolling! And your crying because you haven’t made it in the first year. What a legend! This serves as great motivation for people😃

    1. Isobel Lynch
      Isobel Lynch
      12 күн бұрын

      and you created something before criticizing someone, huh?

    2. dwayne johnson
      dwayne johnson
      16 күн бұрын

      🤑

    3. dwayne johnson
      dwayne johnson
      16 күн бұрын

      do you see rolls royce on the street 🤑

    4. Sean Sperber
      Sean Sperber
      19 күн бұрын

      A decade is a long time ..either he was determined..stubborn af or both

  2. Vulcan Fist
    Vulcan Fist
    Ай бұрын

    The poor boy now makes us feel like a poor boy-

    1. Richard Hanes
      Richard Hanes
      24 күн бұрын

      Just showing us how he felt 🤣

    2. Wilton Gomes
      Wilton Gomes
      26 күн бұрын

      Don't understand

    3. Lucky Moonga
      Lucky Moonga
      29 күн бұрын

      😂😂

    4. Rushikesh Pingale
      Rushikesh Pingale
      Ай бұрын

      😂💀

    5. Terry Wambui
      Terry Wambui
      Ай бұрын

      Underrated comment 😂

  3. Ali74
    Ali74
    Ай бұрын

    Such an inspiring story creating an iconic brand. Rolls Royce is the definition of class.

    1. Theophane
      Theophane
      12 күн бұрын

      @Benjamin Blackwell Damn Benjy, you dismantled his comment 🥵

    2. Benjamin Blackwell
      Benjamin Blackwell
      26 күн бұрын

      Class of 1970, maybe! They have been thoroughly eclipsed by style, speed, and technology, and hang on like some barrell-chested barrister who once drove them. English enginerding is dead on its pale pink legs, the Germans won the war 5 decades late, as soon as the yanks stepped out.

    3. yasir urooj
      yasir urooj
      Ай бұрын

      Great things have humble beginnings

    4. kill3rbyysight
      kill3rbyysight
      Ай бұрын

      and a teacher

  4. Gavin Hudson
    Gavin Hudson
    19 күн бұрын

    Watching this brought tears to my eyes, one of the most iconic brand of today came from passion and partnership as Mr. Royce said "if it doesn't exist, design it" very powerful words right there this also show that with education and great determination you fan create a world of endless possibilities that will one day become a legacy. Long lived Mr. Royce and Mr. Rolls.

    1. Kenshin-Ali
      Kenshin-Ali
      18 күн бұрын

      This is really powerful words "if it doesn't exist, design it"

    2. Magnus Kallas
      Magnus Kallas
      18 күн бұрын

      Same here (not a tear though, but this little tingle). A nice story.

  5. country boy
    country boy
    Ай бұрын

    I heard a story about a guy who broke an axle on his rolls Royce. The company quickly sent their own mechanics to replace it. After the car was repaired he phoned the company to thank them for fixing the axle. The company said: "Rolls Royce axles don't break". 😉

    1. Jeshkam
      Jeshkam
      19 күн бұрын

      @LUNAtic 👍👍

    2. LUNAtic
      LUNAtic
      22 күн бұрын

      @Howard McKeown you just know to say whoosh but don't yourself know what the joke is lol

    3. albertSUS eintSUSඞ ☭ 'ω'
      albertSUS eintSUSඞ ☭ 'ω'
      23 күн бұрын

      @Jeshkam the company says zthe Axel didn't broke* as a joke but you says *but actually it's broke* we know it's broke, you don't need saying it again that's why people woosh you

    4. albertSUS eintSUSඞ ☭ 'ω'
      albertSUS eintSUSඞ ☭ 'ω'
      23 күн бұрын

      @Floor_floor you think people who bought rolls royce is an poor?

  6. Suseel Marahattha
    Suseel Marahattha
    Ай бұрын

    Henry passed away in 1933 not 1993. Such a genius hardworking man to have ever lived and charles the man to follow his heart all the way.

    1. HK
      HK
      19 күн бұрын

      nah, homie lived to 150 yrs

    2. Allen Slap
      Allen Slap
      20 күн бұрын

      Well it's been 2022 years since they put unkle on the cross or as in Australia since they hung Ned bushland coastal desert training ground for a world alot diff than ours ul see

    3. The real Tour life tv uncut
      The real Tour life tv uncut
      22 күн бұрын

      I thought I was trippin

    4. Michel Savoie
      Michel Savoie
      25 күн бұрын

      @Joseph Marr I did the same :)

    5. vcvirjuan
      vcvirjuan
      26 күн бұрын

      Right ... When he said 1993 , I thought Henry lived to be 130 years old and that's not succumbing to sickness as much as a full well healthy life !

  7. Sean D. Youtuber
    Sean D. Youtuber
    Ай бұрын

    Its crazy that Charles had the idea to make aero engines but Henry refused because today, Rolls Royce actually make most of the engines for private jets and a few commercial jets.

    1. Anton Galeton
      Anton Galeton
      8 күн бұрын

      right and done

    2. Toucan Roseville
      Toucan Roseville
      18 күн бұрын

      @Mark Fryer Rolls-Royce cars are manufactured in Goodwood Sussex, and the car business is owned by BMW. Rolls-Royce PLC is an entirely different and much larger business manufacturing aero engines based in Derby.

    3. Mark Fryer
      Mark Fryer
      20 күн бұрын

      @Tortilla Wrapper While the cars are still made in Coventry, the business is owned by BMW.

    4. t2216
      t2216
      25 күн бұрын

      @Tortilla Wrapper yes know but rolls royce aviaton engine company is totally different enteprice and has nothing to do with motorcar company that is owned by BMW. Bmw only bought the name and factory of motorcar rolls

    5. Tortilla Wrapper
      Tortilla Wrapper
      25 күн бұрын

      @t2216 no they are not.. cars are still made in coventry,GB

  8. thehydra A
    thehydra A
    Ай бұрын

    The cars of Rolls Royce are very insignificant if you consider how important they were in the development of Engines for planes, ships and tanks and modern jets

    1. analyste
      analyste
      17 күн бұрын

      @ztunelover similar story was with Hispano Suiza (make cars in Spain, but aircraft engines , weapons and aircraft equipments in France (now integrated in SAFRAN), but did not have the same aura as Rolls Royce...

    2. ztunelover
      ztunelover
      18 күн бұрын

      But they are widely known for their cars. But yes RR makes some of the best aero engines of thejr era.

    3. Daishi5571
      Daishi5571
      Ай бұрын

      Without the cars, the rest never happened.

  9. Dennis Allen
    Dennis Allen
    Ай бұрын

    What a great story! I wish the makers of this story would mention more about the aviation side of the company and how the Rolls Royce Merlin engine help the Allies win the Second World War.

    1. Golden Miller
      Golden Miller
      Ай бұрын

      4 Merlin's powdered the mighty Lancaster Bomber. The sound of those engines in a Lancaster has been described as a orchestra.

    2. Dennis Allen
      Dennis Allen
      Ай бұрын

      @princeofpalmair love that Merlin engine

    3. princeofpalmair
      princeofpalmair
      Ай бұрын

      Actually rolls wanted to do the engines. They built the cars to raise capital to build the merlin.

    4. Khalid Abdulghani
      Khalid Abdulghani
      Ай бұрын

      Exactly, especially considering the aerospace division of RR is far more significant and more valuable than the automotive division.

  10. Jack Hagerty
    Jack Hagerty
    Ай бұрын

    My favorite Royce saying shows why the cars are so durable: "Test it until it breaks and then improve what breaks." He had a "torture rack" that would suspend a chassis at the four axle points (where the wheels would normally mount) and then pulse each one on it's own random cam at varying speeds in order to excite every natural frequency in the assembly. He expected his cars to survive at least 18 to 20 hours of this punishment without damage whereas when he put a competitors' car on there it would generally start shedding parts within the first hour. That's one of the reasons the British Army had them build halftracks for desert use during WW I.

    1. Jack Hagerty
      Jack Hagerty
      Ай бұрын

      @Matt B - I would love to see such a test and find out if the lessons of Henry Royce are still followed or if they are just cruising on their image (like BMW, their current owner).

    2. Matt B
      Matt B
      Ай бұрын

      We need Whistlindiesel to do a durability test on a Rolls Royce. "Rolls Royce Test- is it as durable as they say it is?"

    3. Jack Hagerty
      Jack Hagerty
      Ай бұрын

      @Michael Bigdongovic - I've had one of those, too (a Mk. IV Sprite). You can be assured that BL used the customer as the design shake-out process. Endless fun, though (when it was running).

    4. Michael Bigdongovic
      Michael Bigdongovic
      Ай бұрын

      Leyland cars ehem

    5. Freddy Kabulaschnitza
      Freddy Kabulaschnitza
      Ай бұрын

      @JustGiveNoFox I think that they're still reliable if not more so than previous generation models, so long as you maintain their maintenance schedule. I personally don't care for any of the recent models, I much prefer the older classics. Good luck to you, if you have the means, you will certainly have a very pleasing experience with one.

  11. Alberto Gonzalez
    Alberto Gonzalez
    Ай бұрын

    This was a very informative and well-made video. I would have liked to learn more about the design and development of the all-important Rolls-Royce Merlin aircraft engine.

  12. GedB
    GedB
    Ай бұрын

    In Manchester, there is a hotel, I think it's the Midland Hotel, that has a plaque on the outside wall entrance. It says that this was the hotel that Mr Rolls and Mr Royce had their first meeting to partner in the business.

    1. Asbury Park
      Asbury Park
      19 күн бұрын

      @Womenhave HiveMind Bruce Springsteen has...

    2. Womenhave HiveMind
      Womenhave HiveMind
      19 күн бұрын

      @Asbury Park You mean even americans come there?

    3. Abdirahman Ismail
      Abdirahman Ismail
      Ай бұрын

      Yes that’s right the midland hotel is we’re they held their meeting to found the Rolls-Royce company the hotel itself is iconic building and it’s the oldest hotel in Manchester 120 years old I guess.

    4. GedB
      GedB
      Ай бұрын

      @Hugh G Rection Thanks for confirming Hugh :). I was at the hotel years ago. The hotel has a very big conference area that was used by Hawker Siddeley Aviation years ago, for their annual apprentice awards.

    5. Hugh G Rection
      Hugh G Rection
      Ай бұрын

      It is the Midland Hotel

  13. Jeff Glanstein
    Jeff Glanstein
    23 күн бұрын

    I worked on DeHaviland airplanes in the late 1970's. They were powered by Rolls Royce engines. It was a great experience. Somewhere I still have a few of the original decals.

    1. Travis Clisso
      Travis Clisso
      21 күн бұрын

      How much are they worth?!

  14. L. Green
    L. Green
    22 күн бұрын

    Amazing story about these men and how their vision has progressed over the past decades. Surprised to hear that BMW owns Rolls Royce

    1. Asokan Shaju
      Asokan Shaju
      12 күн бұрын

      Just like how TATA owns Land Rover ! Which is even more surprising 💫

    2. Radiant Light
      Radiant Light
      20 күн бұрын

      What???

  15. Another settlement needs your help
    Another settlement needs your help
    Ай бұрын

    They should make a movie about this. Or miniseries.

    1. Sonic Mason
      Sonic Mason
      24 күн бұрын

      If anyone deserves a story it’s Nikola Tesla, about how he got fucked over by Edison

    2. M
      M
      26 күн бұрын

      I agree. Brad Pitt should by Henry and Justin Bieber should be Rolls. There'll be many explosions, drugs, orgies, sex, fast furious races, gun fights, and.... and.... we shouldn't let Hollywood make this movie (sigh).

    3. Allwyn Coutinho
      Allwyn Coutinho
      26 күн бұрын

      I'll think about this it!!!

    4. Eric Schneider
      Eric Schneider
      29 күн бұрын

      Sheriff

    5. Eric Schneider
      Eric Schneider
      29 күн бұрын

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  16. IndigenousAmericanTrucker
    IndigenousAmericanTrucker
    26 күн бұрын

    This was a great story! Especially since Rolls-Royce produces some of my favorite dream cars. My dream is to own one of these cars as a regular Joe which I know is possible since their are plenty of my negro counterparts here in the DC area who are regular Joe's that own these cars due to excellent credit and good jobs. I plan to be one of them as soon as my credit score reaches 830 like my father...just wait and see. Nevertheless I hope that Rolls-Royce will continue their founder's legacy for generations to come and that they will always keep their quality over quantity way of life. So until I can afford one I'll just get me a Mercedes-Benz lol.

  17. Lord Kiltridge
    Lord Kiltridge
    Ай бұрын

    Henry was English. His company was in England. But Rolls Royce is a British company. All UK corporations are federally incorporated. People from outside the UK are often unaware that England, Great Britain, and The UK are not the same thing. England is a country that has it's own local government just like a state does in the US. The UK is four united countries, like the 50 united states in the US. Britain is the colloquial name for the UK. If in doubt, say The UK or Britain.

    1. Kyle Jones
      Kyle Jones
      20 күн бұрын

      @Lord Kiltridge lol I see your point. He lived in my hometown for a good majority of his life so think I'm just reaching in the hope he's Welsh

    2. Lord Kiltridge
      Lord Kiltridge
      20 күн бұрын

      @Kyle Jones Absolutely. Just as a fifth generation Canadian can consider himself Scottish through heritage, so can another be Welsh.

    3. Kyle Jones
      Kyle Jones
      20 күн бұрын

      @Lord Kiltridge "he retained a strong family connection with his ancestral home of The Hendre near Monmouth, Wales." Could potentially mean he has Welsh ancestry

    4. Kyle Jones
      Kyle Jones
      20 күн бұрын

      @Paul Hughes You are clearly confused. England govern the other nations, not the other way around. Here's a perfect and simple example for you - Wales have never had a Conservative majority, yet have to implement and follow Conservative policies

    5. Sailing Snow Gum
      Sailing Snow Gum
      25 күн бұрын

      @Lord Kiltridge Hi Lord. There’s value added in much of your last contribution - thank you - but the conclusion to the fourth sentence is a bit wooly, IMHO. The simple truth is that there’s no end of fun when folk mash up the national, geographic, historical and colloquial references to that collection of places and people we’ve been talking about. The people who live there struggle with the interplay of laws, culture and society. No wonder us foreigners get confused. 🙂

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    Oliver Jackson
    21 күн бұрын

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      Oliver Jackson
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      Susan Lee
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      Caroline Robertson
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  19. James Pinder
    James Pinder
    Ай бұрын

    As a young teenager in the 60s I lived next to a launderette, the owner owned three Rolls-Royce cars and my brother used to earn a bit of pocket money by washing a polishing them once a week or so. The owner took a trip to the south of France but on the second day of his trip the engine developed a problem and stopped. He phoned a rolls-royce dealership who promptly sent out two mechanics who brought with them a new engine the owner stopped in a hotel overnight and the following day could continue his holiday. After coming back to England he waited for a few weeks thinking about the bill for the repair as he had no invoice from them. He phoned Rolls Royce and said how much do I owe you for the repair work on my car the reply he got was you must be mistaken sir our cars don't break down and he never got a repair bill.

    1. lorenzo magazzeni
      lorenzo magazzeni
      3 күн бұрын

      Driving a Mercedes ?

    2. Daniel Lindsay
      Daniel Lindsay
      22 күн бұрын

      I only wish they had that philosophy today! I have several things on mine that could use some attention!

    3. Vibes+Vibes
      Vibes+Vibes
      Ай бұрын

      Wow

  20. JP Turner
    JP Turner
    Ай бұрын

    Very interesting thank you for your research and Hardwork and sharing it with all of us!👍🏽

  21. CJ Oldham
    CJ Oldham
    Ай бұрын

    I always wanted to drive a Rolls-Royce. So to do so I bought a Silver Shadow MK II and owned it for years and thoroughly enjoyed driving it.

    1. silverace08
      silverace08
      27 күн бұрын

      you sold it off?

  22. Leni Engel
    Leni Engel
    Ай бұрын

    Successful people don't become that way overnight. What most people see at a glance-wealth, a great career, purpose is the result of hard work and hustle over time. I pray that anyone who reads this will be successful in life..

    1. Erik Lopez
      Erik Lopez
      8 күн бұрын

      Love this I needed to hear this today

    2. ROHITH RV
      ROHITH RV
      9 күн бұрын

      @Bianca Doring aaaaqaaaaaaa

    3. C A
      C A
      11 күн бұрын

      @Troll i dont think they so, i hope not, is it a bot? Or sokowa boys with multi accounts? Mrs and Mr is how western africans speak in proper prefixes... funny where is their non bianary expert trsder? I wonder is mrs smith is a women? Can they define a woman in africa? Yep they did on what is a women documetary... matt walsh asked tribes .. funny they seem so know, was that a social construct?

  23. 5610winston
    5610winston
    Ай бұрын

    Many years ago I heard the story of Henry Royce. The article in --- I think it was BOYS' LIFE --- suggested it would be more appropriate to call the modern models a Royce rather than a Rolls. I always have. The agreement to sell as many cars as Royce could build is similar to the Studebaker Brothers' deal, Peter vowed to build as many horse-drawn wagons as Henry and Clement could build and H&C agreed to build as many as Peter could build. John and another brother whose name escapes me at the moment became involved early on. John (an adventurous soul who had been lured to California during the gold rush) kicked $5000 into the venture, and Studebaker remained the biggest maker of horse-drawn vehicles, with worldwide distribution, until 1920, and for a time in the 1900s was the biggest automobile manufacturer in the world until another Henry started building that infernal Model T.

    1. John Blyth
      John Blyth
      16 күн бұрын

      But don't forget who made the V8 engine. Henry Ford.

  24. Paul Witte
    Paul Witte
    Ай бұрын

    you for got to mention that 60% of every rolls roys car ever build is still on the road. Quiet impressive feat

  25. Brian Brewster
    Brian Brewster
    Ай бұрын

    Yes, this was truly inspirational. I also feel timing had a lot to do with the success of this world class automobile (and aircraft engine) company. Also, no mention was made about RR company's involvement in military contracts.

  26. John Cook
    John Cook
    Ай бұрын

    I don't know if this is true, but I was told that when Mr Rolls first came to see Mr Royce's car, Mr Rolls asked Mr Royce to start the vehicle, at which point Mr Royce informed Mr Rolls that the engine was already running!

    1. xombi
      xombi
      7 күн бұрын

      @Jeff Glanstein you’re absolutely correct. My dad had a small used car dealership and that was one of his gimmicks he’d use to sell his RR’s and Bentleys

    2. Bill Olsen
      Bill Olsen
      22 күн бұрын

      @Daniel Lindsay Cool! What year & model do you have?

    3. Daniel Lindsay
      Daniel Lindsay
      22 күн бұрын

      Many years ago I recall Rolls-Royce advertising that the loudest sound inside a Rolls-Royce was the ticking of the clock. That's not far off! My engine is very quiet.

    4. Bill Olsen
      Bill Olsen
      23 күн бұрын

      @Jeff Glanstein Yes, I sse that done on a Rolls at an auto museum in California. You could do that with Packards from the 1930's & saw it done in a background video at an auction.

    5. Jeff Glanstein
      Jeff Glanstein
      23 күн бұрын

      My father told me years ago that you could put a nickel on its edge and start the engine and the nickel would not move.

  27. MotorsportClips
    MotorsportClips
    25 күн бұрын

    Fun fact : an amazing 65% of ALL Rolls Royce cars EVER built are still on the road

    1. harly1978
      harly1978
      21 күн бұрын

      @Caveman Ballistics lol

    2. Caveman Ballistics
      Caveman Ballistics
      23 күн бұрын

      Yes, and as I understand it the other 35% actuality made it home!

  28. Incomescity Extended
    Incomescity Extended
    Ай бұрын

    This is great! Very inspiring content ❤️

  29. O
    O
    19 күн бұрын

    Wow, he lived from 1863-1993, truly incredible

    1. Mrisho Ipingika
      Mrisho Ipingika
      7 күн бұрын

      No it's 1933

  30. Ismael Moe
    Ismael Moe
    23 күн бұрын

    Imagine being the only kid on campus with car while most people haven’t even heard of it! That’s power baby ! 🤣🤣😂

    1. Ismael Moe
      Ismael Moe
      16 күн бұрын

      @Sthembiso Madlala I’m telling you🤣

    2. Sthembiso Madlala
      Sthembiso Madlala
      20 күн бұрын

      Imagine the flex😂😂😂. Taking all the girls for a ride.

  31. Est lhm
    Est lhm
    Ай бұрын

    Just goes to show you what is possible beyond where you are.

  32. AuthorHollingsworth
    AuthorHollingsworth
    Ай бұрын

    Thank you Mr. Edmonds for bringing Rolls/ Royce together. Claude Johnson was great at marketing that beautiful car. Marketing can either make or break any brand. Wow! What a beautiful car!!!!

    1. Golf Good
      Golf Good
      25 күн бұрын

      @Tortilla Wrapper what

    2. Tortilla Wrapper
      Tortilla Wrapper
      25 күн бұрын

      @Golf Good WHAT THEEE FCKKKKKKKKKKK

    3. Golf Good
      Golf Good
      Ай бұрын

      Hi baby how are you doing now i hope you are really doing good you are awesome looking at you baby makes happy when I look at your picture it is beyond my imagination that a creature like you really exist like a rose you make the garden so beautiful You are a diamond to any man that have eyes to see goodness of a womanhood Baby am Ben easy going person very understandable Am a civil engineer and a contractor I work at so many places like Asia Europe and Africa I love art craft and I write music I like ideal people when I see your picture am impress I want a good woman that understand what real love is all about who will understand me and perfectly be for me So we can build our world strong enough to care for each other I want you to be mine and I hope to hear from you soonest thanks

  33. rthelionheart
    rthelionheart
    Ай бұрын

    I am really impressed with those who DO NOT leave their mother land and with hard work and dedication make it big in life.

  34. geoffrey ngolua
    geoffrey ngolua
    Ай бұрын

    This very informative and and encouraging as well. Thanks for taking your time to research and for sharing.

  35. Matt Norberg
    Matt Norberg
    20 күн бұрын

    I love how they show a modern RR in the opening when they describe the founder making the most luxurious cars in the world. His family apparently also used a ballpoint pen to sign bankruptcy papers in the 1800's. There's plenty of stock photos out there if you just try a little bit harder.

    1. Ricardo Diniz
      Ricardo Diniz
      17 күн бұрын

      oh come on man. This was a great video.

  36. Outside Home
    Outside Home
    Ай бұрын

    Inspiration.. hard work pays off😎

  37. mr. stonks
    mr. stonks
    22 күн бұрын

    I bought a rolls royce last week, incredible story behind my millions dollar wheels

    1. HELIUM STUDIO ANIMATIONS
      HELIUM STUDIO ANIMATIONS
      20 күн бұрын

      One day I’ll be like you, hard work pays and congrats to you

  38. Daniel Lindsay
    Daniel Lindsay
    22 күн бұрын

    One of the benefits of driving a Rolls-Royce is that you can park it nearly anywhere. And no one will tell you to move it. Restaurants, hotels, all like the image of a Rolls-Royce parked in front of their establishment. That proves true even today.

    1. The blond guy with the green eyes
      The blond guy with the green eyes
      21 күн бұрын

      Nope. Where I work (one big big name in finance institutions) nobody is allowed to park in front of main entrance. Few people with RR and Bentleys thought they can park anywhere. And was priceless to see their faces after they were told to move away.

  39. blindeagle
    blindeagle
    Ай бұрын

    The first time I got into one in the driver's seat to drive it- I couldn't find where or which side of the steering wheel to insert the key into. Later I'd driven several of them- including almost all the top brands. Where only the most expensive cars came for me to do the valet in Dubai. Well, the d/license is a tough thing to obtain there. I had mine. So it was a mandatory temporary job.

    1. blindeagle
      blindeagle
      26 күн бұрын

      @Ivan Fernyhough Thank u. But I saw it b4 u saw ur first RR with ur eyes.

    2. Ivan Fernyhough
      Ivan Fernyhough
      27 күн бұрын

      Difficult to find,its on the dashboard right in front of you 🤣🤣

    3. Bill Olsen
      Bill Olsen
      Ай бұрын

      Yes, that key hole is incredibly difficult to find as I learned in 1986 as a parking valet....someone else had parked it & I was there to retrieve it & took me an extra 20 minutes to delivery, but the owner was very nice about it.

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  41. Random Thought
    Random Thought
    Ай бұрын

    10:04 - 'in 1993' ...I think you meant to say 'in 1933' If Henry Rolls had died in 1993, he also would have been famous for being the oldest person to have ever lived 😉

    1. Christian Delgado
      Christian Delgado
      15 күн бұрын

      LMAO

    2. AstrologyGears EN
      AstrologyGears EN
      Ай бұрын

      Lolol

  42. Dave S
    Dave S
    Ай бұрын

    They should make a movie, of this incredible story! Very inspiring!

    1. Allyson Hanks
      Allyson Hanks
      Ай бұрын

      @Dave S nice to meet you 🙂

    2. Dave S
      Dave S
      Ай бұрын

      @Allyson Hanks good 👍

    3. Allyson Hanks
      Allyson Hanks
      Ай бұрын

      hello Dave how are you doing 😊

  43. john kerr
    john kerr
    Ай бұрын

    Wow! reminds me of 43 years ago when I was interviewed as a 33 y o to join RR as a Director... studied everything about the history during which i learned that they manufactured trains in Crewe.. Sherman tanks for KSA and generators for Nigeria... at their height they only made 3500 cars sold mainly to the USA and the Middle East.... at the time of interview I recall only 2200 cars....seriously fragile company at the time.... didnt join! hahah....predictably a financial failure given the high dependence on very few markets... great history and great product ( cars) but not well run....it was at the time when they had split the Aero engine business from their other businesses....all gloss and no substance it appeared to me, but a fond memory.

    1. john kerr
      john kerr
      22 күн бұрын

      @Paul K Yes.. a reputation for taking a little drink! and other things! I get ribbed about it in Australia of course.... hahah

    2. Paul K
      Paul K
      22 күн бұрын

      @john kerr Excellent title. Hope you get to do it. A namesake of yours was an infamous Governor General where I now live. Guessing no relation!

    3. john kerr
      john kerr
      22 күн бұрын

      @Paul K Thank you... I have started writing a book with a working title of Insignificantly Significant but busy with orphanage and stuff so hard work! hahah.

    4. Paul K
      Paul K
      22 күн бұрын

      @john kerr Always great to hear a success story and an early-ish retirement panning out well. That's quite a journey/career - you should write a book! I'm on my 5th country, however getting too old to do any more.

    5. john kerr
      john kerr
      23 күн бұрын

      @Paul K no regrets... chairman, CEO, President of several global companies... 2 of them the biggest in their field... retired at age 54.. now 76.. lived in 9 countries and settled in a nice warm one!

  44. bilo Z
    bilo Z
    Ай бұрын

    The narrator said Henry outlived Charles by 2 decades, while it was 4 decades, one dying in his 40s and the other in his 70s. There was a huge gap between the 30s cars and today's colorful RR.

  45. titanus49
    titanus49
    Ай бұрын

    Rolls Royce jet engines as used on the Boeing 747, were the most powerful and most reliable jet engines used on commercial Aircraft, only the Pratt & Whitney engines were more reliable than the Rolla Royce engines.

    1. Donald Knowles
      Donald Knowles
      25 күн бұрын

      Roll's engine's are far superior to the Pratt engine's

  46. A Turtle
    A Turtle
    23 күн бұрын

    Rolls Royce now makes engines for massive planes…looks like rolls got what he wanted even after his passing. Both men went out succeeding in life. Rolls might not have seen how the company fully turned out but he for sure got to what many would have wished for and thats flying planes. Golden age id say of planes.

  47. Eaton Kuntz
    Eaton Kuntz
    22 күн бұрын

    awesome story of what happens when you mix a perfectionist engineer and a high-end marketer

  48. MAXIM, Holland Nederland, the Netherlands.
    MAXIM, Holland Nederland, the Netherlands.
    Ай бұрын

    Note. In the beguining all was about the engine. The coaches were not the priority and made by a lot of less known businesses. Most famous coachmaker must be British PCC, Pullman Car Compagny. Later it came from one factory together.

  49. lil noir
    lil noir
    Ай бұрын

    The detail that his friend Ernest Alexander Claremont came from a rich family who gave the funding for their company, is of course very unpleasant, if you just want to tell a cool from rag to riches success story. Like today, hard work is only rewarded if you are lucky too. And back then, being poor meant your kids are going to starve and die.

  50. Order in Chaos
    Order in Chaos
    21 күн бұрын

    To describe a legacy as “expensive” is crass.

  51. Jeff Andre
    Jeff Andre
    21 күн бұрын

    I realized that the secret to financial security is Making better investment. I always tell myself you don't need that new Car or that vacation just yet and that mindset helps me make more money invest:ng. For example last year I invested 70k in blue chip stocks and crypt0 s (with the help of my advisor of course) and made about 380k, but guess what? I put it back and traded with her again and now I'm rounding up close to a million. Delayed gratification always pays off.

    1. Isobel Lynch
      Isobel Lynch
      12 күн бұрын

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      Michael de Leon
      21 күн бұрын

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  52. Priceless TimelessFlowz
    Priceless TimelessFlowz
    26 күн бұрын

    Moral of the story,one met success in his forties the other one in his twenties, regardless both wrote their names in the book of greats... Doesn't matter what age you make it,just make sure you keep the Consistence till you make it.

  53. BENJAMIN MAJOR
    BENJAMIN MAJOR
    Ай бұрын

    Creating a brand requires vision.

  54. thebigchip
    thebigchip
    Ай бұрын

    Can you imagine what the people of Britain must have thought when petrol driven cars were introduced, replacing horse drawn carriages. Only 127 years ago.

  55. Don Salmon Music
    Don Salmon Music
    23 күн бұрын

    I found this video to be very informative and interesting! Thank you for sharing this very inspirational story!!!

  56. Daniel Danny
    Daniel Danny
    Ай бұрын

    The power of persistence.... 👍 Dedicated to their vision.

  57. Adam Lehr
    Adam Lehr
    Ай бұрын

    Back in the middle Seventies, Mildred Hard of San Pedro, California a realtor had a Rolls Royce. One day she took my mom and younger brother, Eric out to look at real estate when Eric was still a teenager and he loves cars! After the trip our mom told a few people that Eric got his side of the car all wet from drooling.

  58. Komment King
    Komment King
    Ай бұрын

    What an amazing success story.

  59. John Laccohee-Joslin
    John Laccohee-Joslin
    Ай бұрын

    I feel that this atitude towards the best is still very active, but held back in Gt.Briton, therecare some really very clever engineers in the U.K waiting for companies to wake up to the fact that ripping people off with anything that has a built in fault to reduce it useful life. I am sure that if anyone was to take this atitude and put it into work ethics withing a company.. We have seen that this does work, just a look at Australian airways, the longest running airway in the world with a high standard nobody esle can touch, all based on prividing the best, so the idear does work even today. I would love to see someone in Gt,Briton start a company with this atitude and instill it in their work force so they are proud to say i work for this company, and they reward that pride by taking care of all who work for them, ratger than abuse the priviledge.. I recall the pride when my mother found out i had applied for a job at R.R. and rather perplexed at the fact they wanted to know my family history, that was to write the maintenance manuals for the R.B.211 engine. Then being produced. These days people are very put off the idea of pride in their work by a whole string of bad management practices, i.e. a big bonus for me at the top and a few crumbs for you who do the work, sadly a world wide practice. I was very lucky to work for a company that did things the best way not the cheapest, and chose their staff the same way,

    1. Syed Muddasir Shah
      Syed Muddasir Shah
      Ай бұрын

      Oho, let comment this to save 😅

  60. Bigtruckseriesreview Motorsports
    Bigtruckseriesreview Motorsports
    26 күн бұрын

    The real question: HOW DIFFICULT is it to START A BUSINESS TODAY?

    1. R&G
      R&G
      26 күн бұрын

      I always think this. It’s like easier and harder. Easier as you can just open up ur laptop and make a website and pay for advertisement all in a day. But now a lot of the basic needs have been invented so you need to be extra creative to make a business

  61. BOAT TV
    BOAT TV
    Ай бұрын

    Wow so great the story line was,peace be with their souls

  62. Marcus Agrippa
    Marcus Agrippa
    Ай бұрын

    The title is a bit deceiving. I’m sure a lot of “poor boy’s” invented a lot of companies in their 40’s.

    1. Lee Watkins
      Lee Watkins
      Ай бұрын

      Yuore right...I came here thinking a 10 year old strarted ROLLS royce! IM REALLY PISSED !

  63. Pilbo Mags
    Pilbo Mags
    Ай бұрын

    10:04 Henry Royce died in 1933 not 1993. He would have to be 130 years old to live to 1993.

  64. Franklin Green
    Franklin Green
    24 күн бұрын

    In other words, a genius!

  65. Plastic Sword
    Plastic Sword
    26 күн бұрын

    3:40 "...and with financial support from his father, he opened the first car dealerships in Britain, in 1903."

  66. g.valdovi
    g.valdovi
    Күн бұрын

    That is an awesome story. Many successful people have to collaborate with other people seeking to be successful.

  67. Brian
    Brian
    19 күн бұрын

    Driven lots of these cars and worked on them best cars in the world

  68. Bill Chisholm
    Bill Chisholm
    Ай бұрын

    Love a Rolls-Royce they are built to last .

  69. nikhil malhotra
    nikhil malhotra
    18 күн бұрын

    Thank you so much for this story. Great channel.

  70. Stuart Hudson
    Stuart Hudson
    Ай бұрын

    Interesting and inspiring video as always gives one hope!!

  71. CV 2153
    CV 2153
    27 күн бұрын

    That blew me away when they said that they were making electrical doorbells in 1894!

  72. Health Quest
    Health Quest
    Ай бұрын

    8:25 "He would end up outliving his business partner Charles by a couple of decades"? 38 years is a heck of a lot more than a couple of decades.

  73. The Lincoln Penny
    The Lincoln Penny
    25 күн бұрын

    Royce really “lived” up to his motto if he lived from 1863-1993 😂😂😂

  74. paramerika
    paramerika
    Ай бұрын

    Great channel, great content! Thank you 👍

  75. richy clubsport
    richy clubsport
    Ай бұрын

    I live where he was born, unfortunately the Road named after Royce, is now and industrial estate, leading to Perkins engine's, with a Macdonald's on the road, Perkins was established on the Road in 1932

  76. Ken Lin
    Ken Lin
    22 күн бұрын

    Tough time creates strong people💪🏻

  77. John Blyth
    John Blyth
    16 күн бұрын

    I cannot vouch 100% on this story, but my mother who told it to me was an honest upright person. A man in Australia had broken a rear axel in a Rolls Royce. He contacted the place he bought the car from. 2 engineers were flown out from England with a new Axel. The Axel was replaced, and off they went. Some time passed, and he had not been sent an account. He enquired and recieved this reply. Rolls Royce cars don't break rear axels so you won't be receiving an acount.

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    Finley Adam
    Ай бұрын

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      Ай бұрын

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  79. james melling
    james melling
    Күн бұрын

    Great intro but this 11min video really doesn’t do the story justice. Only Rolls-Royce Motors is owned by BMW, the Rolls-Royce name lives on in its civil, military aero divisions as well as naval and energy businesses. For those wanting a greater depth to the story buy and read “The Magic of a Name - The Rolls-Royce Story” books. It explains the importance Henry had but also Claude who is really the unsung hero of the business.

  80. T.Dushyanth Raju
    T.Dushyanth Raju
    Ай бұрын

    Work+skill+management+vision= success