MPW

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MPWMaster of Professional Writing (various schools)
MPWMarket Photo Workshop (Johannesburg, South Africa)
MPWMagnetic Pulse Welding
MPWMaximum Pet Weight (real estate)
MPWMiles Per Week (running)
MPWMacintosh Programmer'S Workshop
MPWMulti Project Wafers
MPWMulliner Park Ward
MPWMacintosh Programmer's Workshop (Mac OS Software Development Environment)
MPWMotorized Personal Watercraft (US NOAA)
MPWMotion Picture World
MPWMidwest Pro Wrestling (professional wrestling circuit)
MPWMaximum Pro Wrestling (professional wrestling circuit)
MPWMulti Product Wafer
MPWMaine Photographic Workshops (Rockport, Maine)
MPWMaximum Permitted Weight
MPWMasculinisation Programming Window (fetal development)
MPWMultiple Plane Wave
MPWMulti-Purpose Workstation
MPWMultiple Wiggler
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Former music manager Mathews, 53, had the buggy repainted to look like Lennon's 1964 Mulliner Park Ward Phantom V.
Supplied new to Australia in 1964, a 1964 Bentley S3 Continental by Mulliner Park Ward 'Chinese Eye' on offer only returned to the UK in 2015.
This is the two-door version of the Shadow, but it was originally called the Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward until it got the Corniche name in 1971.
Other Rollers include a cream and black 1937 25/30 Sedanca De Ville (pounds 38,000-45,000), a Mulliner Park Ward Convertible, a Silver Shadow and Silver Spirit, a 1926 Phantom I Sedanca de Ville, a 1930 Phantom II Sedanca De Ville (pounds 38,000-45,000), a 1937 25/30 Landaulette (pounds 34,000-38,000) and a Phantom II Sports Saloon (pounds 34,000-38,000) of the same age.
Temporarily throwing my environmental credentials to the four winds, I bought a 1970 Rolls-Royce Mulliner Park Ward Convertible.
In 1977 he left Birmingham to become MD of Mulliner Park Ward, Rolls Royce's coachworks and factory in London, by 1982 he was MD of Rolls Royce Motors car division.
His idea of performance is wafting down a tree-lined Route Nationale in a two-door Mulliner Park Ward bodied Rolls-Royce from that golden age of motoring - the early seventies.