The "temple radiator" design is a trademark, putting it on any vehicle
other than a Rolls-Royce is seen as an attempt to pass off "fake"
goods (even though he wasn't about to sell it). Just like putting any
other trademark on fake goods.
The R-R makers plates and other trademark logos that are on the engine
would be permitted.
Oddly I know of a 20's "Rolls-Royce" that was built in the 1980's
based on nothing more than one major component. the gearbox. During
"restoration" all work was overseen and had to be passed off to check
it met the required quality to be a Rolls-Royce.They will give
permission for a "restoration" to use the temple rad and all other
marks so long as none of the other original identifiable parts are in
use on other cars, so you can't break a Rolls-Royce and build 10 from
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