996 4S Coupe. 6 speed Manual transmission. First registered 17/03/2003 03-registration. Finished in Basalt Black Metallic with full Black leather interior. A unique opportunity and a particularly special car maintained irrespective of cost with the added benefit of a recent Hartech Engine Rebuild 17/12/2013 at a mileage of 75,655. The engine rebuild (total cost £10,808.40) included new cylinders, new crank shaft oil jets, new piston rings, new timing chain set, crank to intermediate chain guide, new intermediate shaft with later type bearing and stronger spindle, new crank shaft bearings (big end, main and thrust), new low temperature thermostat, new oil separator, new spark plugs and new engine mounts.
Make Enquiry Download all Images Current Stocklist Service Centre 100 Point Checkover Finished in completely unmarked Caribbean Blue, with whitewall tyres and French Navy interior piped in Slate Grey, with Magnolia carpets piped in French Navy. Only 19,100 miles with Full Service History. Must be seen, this car is stunning! click image to fit your screen
Make Enquiry Download all Images Current Stocklist Service Centre 100 Point Checkover Finished in Tudor Grey with Beige interior, Beige carpets and Walnut veneers. This car has been cosseted for the majority of its life. In truly beautiful condition throughout, with history. Definitely the best Shadow I on offer click image to fit your screen
- In current ownership since 1994 and always garaged - Finished in Caribbean Blue with Blue Connolly Hide and MOT'd until October 2017 - Complete with picnic tables, rear foot rests, Wilton rugs, toolkit and stainless steel exhaust
Type: Used Year: 1965 Make: Rolls-Royce Model: Phantom V Body: Limo Trans: Automatic Stock 740 Mileage: 14 Engine Size: 6.3L Ext Color: Black Int Color: Gray-Light Vin: 5LVE19
HOME STOCK EMAIL ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM COUPE - SERIES II Finished in Diamond Black Metallic with Mandarin Painted Coachline Black Hide Interior with Mandarin Piping and Stitching 7,500 Miles Recorded Registered 2014 / 14 Plate Bespoke Interior Trim Starlight Headlining 21" Dark Lacquered 7 Spoke Alloy Wheels Front and Rear Heated Seats Polished Grill Surround Piano Black Veneer Veneered Front Cupholder Lid Lambswool Floor Mats White Instrument Dials Silver Bezel Clock Active Cruise Control Bluetooth Telephone System Rear View Camera Front and Rear Park Assist Satellite Navigation Premium Audio with 15 Speakers TV Tuner Adaptive LED Headlights Rain Sensing Wipers Power Doors with Soft Close Function Brushed Steel Waist Rail Air Conditioned Glove Box Fitted Umbrellas Fully Carpeted Luggage Compartment Seat, Mirror and Steering Wheel Memory Tyre Pressure Warning £299,950 FURTHER INFORMATION FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THIS VEHICLE PLEASE EMAIL OR CALL OUR SALES TEAM SALES@SUPERVETTURA.COM T. +44(0)1344 620072 M. +44(0)7541 888310 FACEBOOK /SuperVettura TWITTER @SuperVettura INSTAGRAM /SuperVettura
This 1967 Rolls-Royce Corniche Coupe RHD is an excellent original car for restoration that's been sitting for quite some time. Blue with blue interior. A very collectible car and a very rare find for only $14,750.
The Silver Cloud series marked a significant step for Rolls Royce when it was introduced in April of 1955. Rolls Royce was rationalizing their production line as the days of supplying bare chassis to coachbuilders were winding down and standard showroom models were becoming ever more popular. The standardization of production allowed Rolls Royce to produce cars in greater numbers than ever before, though critically, while still maintaining the same level of quality and engineering excellence that was expected of them. The Silver Cloud was their first “mass produced” major commercial success and in the 60 years since its introduction, has become an icon of luxury motoring. Initially the Silver Cloud was fitted with a traditional iron block inline six-cylinder engine. But even before the Silver Cloud reached production, Rolls Royce engineers were hard at work designing an engine that would carry them through the next decade, and beyond. After several proposals such as a V12 and even an inline eight, engineers settled on a V8 layout that would be compact enough yet provide superior output to the current six-cylinder. This was a thoroughly advanced engine that was cast in alloy with wet liners, and wore the carburetors in the center of the “vee” to keep the dimensions as compact as possible. Development of this 6.2 liter unit wasn’t completed until after Silver Cloud production was well underway, but in 1959 it was introduced in that car which became known as the Silver Cloud II. The Silver Cloud II was visually very similar to the outgoing Cloud I, with only very minor cosmetic changes taking place. The big changes lay under the bodywork where the V8 was carefully wedged into place and several enhancements made to the chassis to improve handling, ride, and the ability to cope with the additional power. Once optional equipment, power steering became standard fitment. As before, both standard and long wheelbase chassis were offered and of the 2,717 Silver Cloud II’s built, just 299 were in long-wheelbase specification, making these particularly rare and desirable among today’s Rolls Royce enthusiasts. This handsome 1962 Silver Cloud II (S/N LLCA49) is a very rare left-hand-drive, long-wheelbase example that was delivered new to Switzerland. The previous owner was a long time caretaker having purchased the car in 1985. It appears never to have been fully restored, but rather has been very well maintained, with only light cosmetic restoration work performed on an as-needed basis. It is finished in attractive sand over sable with a Biscuit Tan Connolly leather interior and fitted with desirable Frigette Air Conditioning, power windows, and an AM radio, all of which is documented on the original build sheets, copies of which accompany the car. The paint work shows is very attractive, laid down on coachwork that is straight and solid, while the often-tricky panel gaps are tidy and consistent. Chrome and brightwork are of very good quality, showing some care-wear but otherwise quite attractive, straight and complete, in good keeping with the rest of the cosmetics. Of course, the best place to enjoy a Silver Cloud is from within the sumptuous interior. This example does not disappoint with very clean and well-appointed cabin. Leather seating is in excellent condition and the walnut woodwork is in very good order, having been refinished, but not completely restored. Air conditioning is reserved for the rear seat occupants, who also have individual book-matched walnut tray tables. Mechanically, this example appears to have been well-maintained and performs admirably. The 6.2 Liter V8 is known for its amazing longevity and this unit still runs quiet and strong, mated to the factory original four-speed automatic transmission. The car recently had a full service including all new brakes, air conditioning service, carburetor rebuilds, and new tires. The Silver Cloud remains one of the most recognizable icons of the automobile. In this, the second series, it combines that timeless elegance with effortless performance and exceptional rarity. .
Rolls-Royce of America was incorporated in 1919 in the precision manufacturing center of Springfield, Massachusetts to assure the company’s ability to meet the rapidly growing requirements of the American market, and continued until 1931. The earliest automobiles constructed in Springfield by Rolls-Royce were the already-heralded Silver Ghost model, which was superseded by the New Phantom in 1925. The New Phantom subsequently became known worldwide to as the Phantom I following the Introduction of the Phantom II in 1929. Initially, Phantom I chassis were assembled in Springfield from parts manufactured in England. In time, however, Rolls-Royce of America engineered and produced complete chassis adapted to the American market. Refinements gradually introduced to Springfield-built Rolls-Royces included left-hand drive, modified suspension providing a smoother ride, American Bosch or Westinghouse 6-volt electrical systems, a fuel pump replacing the British “Autovac” system, and American-style drum headlights and bumpers. Many Rolls-Royce enthusiasts believe the American cars’ chassis and bodies are superior in build quality to the British examples despite a successful blending of the best of British and American designs, and these Rolls-Royces are prized today among collectors. This remarkably authentic 1928 Springfield Rolls-Royce Phantom I includes the original chassis, engine and bodywork. The imposing 146.5 in. chassis features a solid front axle with semi-elliptical leaf springs and a live rear axle with cantilever leaf springs, together with four-wheel servo-assisted mechanical drum brakes. Power is provided by a substantial 7,668 cc (468 cu. in.) overhead valve six-cylinder engine of the type Rolls-Royce’s pre-war reputation for silence and refinement was built upon. Beginning in 1928, the PI engine was also equipped with an aluminum cylinder head. The Phantom I engine is known for its tremendous low-speed torque, as attested to by the observation that the automobile could accelerate from a walking pace to top speed – all in top gear. Most Springfield Rolls-Royces were bodied with semi-custom designs from Rolls-Royce Custom Coach Work or Brewster, with the Brewster bodies being the most sought after. This Brewster Newmarket Convertible Sedan is one of only 67 produced, showing the easy elegance that Brewster bodies were famous for. The top and sealed glass windows predicted the beginnings of a preference for weatherproof closed cars that would progress throughout the following decade, while still providing all of the benefits of open air motoring when desired. An older restoration, this example has a known history from new. The presentation of the black body, with polished aluminum bonnet and wheel disks and nickel-plated brightwork is simply stunning. The aluminum bonnet and wheel discs have been polished to brilliant finish, as well as the polished nickel plating on the headlights, tubular bumper, opening windshield frame and other trim. The varnished wood running boards and stainless steel trim are gorgeous, and the black cloth top and top boot are brand new. This impressive Rolls-Royce is a beautiful and distinctive automobile, at home on a show field or touring. The images show the full and glamorous appeal of this very special Rolls-Royce.
Between 1929 and 1935, the magnificent Phantom II sat atop the Rolls Royce range. Serving as a replacement for the original Phantom, the Phantom II was completely redesigned from the ground up, and shared very little in common with its predecessor beyond the bore and stroke dimensions of the 7,668cc inline six-cylinder engine. Engineers made a great deal of progress within the big six; with a cross flow cylinder head, separate inlet ports, improved exhaust manifold and a bump in compression finding an additional 20hp. The driveline was also improved with modifications to the gearbox and clutch and the addition of a Hotchkiss drive layout for the hypoid rear axle which allowed for a lower floor line. This of course delighted coachbuilders who could now fit ever sportier and sleeker bodywork. Performance was exceptional for a car of this size, and sales proved strong considering the price, with 1,767 built over a seven year run. Of course, Rolls Royce was never one to rest on its laurels, so over sixty running changes were made during the course of production to further refine and enhance the Phantom II. In the early 1920’s, the President of Brazil suggested to his wealthy friend Octavio Guinle that Rio de Janeiro needed a world class beachfront hotel. Guinle took up the challenge and hired French architect Joseph Gire to design a fabulous new building. The Copacabana Palace, as it would become known, was built to be the very best and it soon became a destination for royalty, Hollywood stars, and the social and business elite of the world. In the late 1920s, his hotel a rousing success, the time came for Guinle to order a new automobile and he looked no further than Rolls-Royce’s new flagship, the Phantom II. An aficionado of French design, Guinle turned to one of Paris’ most exclusive coachbuilders, Henri Binder, to supply the bodywork. Binder was well established as a constructor of high-quality coach bodies, and successfully transitioned to automobile bodies at the turn of the century. Binder bodies were traditionally very stylish and exceptionally well-constructed, usually gracing big, powerful chassis from Minerva, Delage, Cadillac, and even one of the six majestic Bugatti Type 41 Royales. Guinle’s Phantom II (wearing chassis number 103GY) was sold through Oscar A. Cox & Co. of London, and was delivered to Binder on July 31st of the same year. After completion of the dramatic drophead coupe body, it was shipped to Rio where it remained in Guinle’s possession until 1938. Subsequent owners included Mr. W.D. Radcliffe of Liverpool, B. Stinton Johnson of Stretton Hall, Cheshire from 1947-1950 and Neil Tuson of London. It then found its way to the United States where it was featured in several prominent collections including Bill Lassiter, The Blackhawk Collection, the Imperial Palace Collection and then finally with Dr. Donald Vestley who took the opportunity to restore this beautiful machine in 1986. Under the guidance of Mr. Vestley, 103GY underwent a comprehensive restoration. Coincidentally, Vestley had another PII, chassis number 162SK, in his possession. 162SK was a fully restored, bare chassis and one of the very late production cars that had benefited from the refinements made by Rolls Royce. 162SK was originally delivered wearing formal Sedanca deVille coachwork by Windovers but that body had long been separated with the chassis. It was decided that the restored body and engine of 103GY would be mated to the improved long-wheelbase 162SK chassis. Now, the magnificent Binder Drophead bodywork rode on a chassis that featured more refined suspension, central lubrication and improved handling, making it an ideal choice for drivers. Today, 162SK presents in lovely condition, painted black with a matching fabric roof, offset by a subtle red pinstripe to compliment the striking red interior. The Binder coachwork is long, sleek and sexy, with a unique dropping rear body line and a low-slung three-position Victoria-style roof. Dual rear-mount spares keep the body sides clean and help make the body look even longer and lower. A useful trunk is integrated into the rear bodywork, fitting nicely between the rear wings. The black paintwork suits the spectacular lines and presents in good condition, showing some age in places but keeping a handsome patina overall. The red leather cabin is similarly patinated but very inviting and usable. The engine compartment is tidy and very presentable, the massive “six” having been overhauled in 2000 and remaining quite strong today. It is not uncommon for pre-war Rolls-Royce motorcars to wear several different bodies in their lifetime. What makes 162SK special is the combination of comprehensive and interesting history, the magnificent sporting coachwork and a wonderfully sorted late-specification chassis. Rarely do we find a Phantom II with such special coachwork that is also an outstanding driver; its mechanical and cosmetic condition making it a simply jaw-dropping RROC or CCCA tour car.
The Silver Cloud series was a dramatically different and very important car for Rolls-Royce. The market for bespoke, coachbuilt cars was beginning to dry up, so Rolls-Royce needed a car that could be mass produced – at least in a Rolls-Royce sense of “mass” production. Of course, they did not want to neglect their high end clientele who still demanded exclusive coachbuilt cars. As a result, the Silver Cloud was developed on a full ladder frame, a characteristic that allowed the master coachbuilders to still practice their craft. But what set it and its mechanically identical sibling, the Bentley S1, apart was the fact that they were mainly sold with the Standard Steel Saloon body built by Pressed Steel, Inc. The standard car, penned by J.P. Blatchley, was a beautifully modern interpretation of the classic, swooping Silver Dawn that preceded it. The fully enveloped body was built in steel with aluminum alloy used for the hood, trunk and doors. Power was courtesy of a large, smooth running inline-six mated to an automatic transmission – a GM Hydramatic built under license. Three series of Silver Clouds were produced between 1955 and 1966. The biggest changes could be found on the Cloud II with the arrival of an all-alloy, 6.2 Liter V8 engine, and the Cloud III with its freshened up body featuring quad headlamps, a shorter grille and subtly sloping bonnet. The Cloud III now had standard electric windows, a slight bump in power and refinement for the V8, and a host of small but effective changes that make the Cloud III among the most desired of the standard saloons. The car proved wildly popular by Rolls-Royce standards, with 6,699 standard cars built, plus a handful of coachbuilt, long wheelbase and commercial hearses and even some shooting brake wagons. Of that total, 2,044 Silver Cloud III’s left the Crewe works, when it was ultimately replaced by the Silver Shadow. This 1965 Silver Cloud III is a lovely, well-maintained car in honest and original condition throughout. The odometer reads just 54,690 miles, which, when taking into consideration the integrity of this car, very likely indicates the true mileage. The body is finished in Mason's Black, a suitably elegant shade for a Cloud III, and the paint quality is quite good. It is pleasingly attractive and very presentable, though it is showing a few signs of regular use and a ding or two, but it is nothing that detracts from its good looks. The exterior chrome is all in fine order, appearing largely original and straight. The prominent stainless radiator shell is also in very good condition. The best part of the Silver Cloud experience is the sumptuous interior. This car’s red leather sets off the black exterior quite splendidly. The original leather is surprisingly good, showing a bit of wear but mostly in the form of a nice, pleasant patina of age that suits this type of car so well. Maroon carpeting appears to be new and is in very good order. The extensive wood trim appears totally original and is nicely presented with an honest, moderate patina and no signs of serious delamination. It is typically equipped with electric windows, power steering, power brakes, factory air conditioning and an AM/FM stereo. The Cloud III is the most desirable of the Silver Cloud series. The big V8 of the Cloud III breaths through large 2” S.U. carburetors and the GM-derived transmission is smooth and durable. Although the Cloud/S-series were built in larger numbers than any Rolls-Royce/Bentley model before, they still retained the exceptional level of quality, refinement and longevity that is a cornerstone of the Rolls Royce legacy.
Variant name:Coupe ,Variant: 2dr Auto
V-8 Automatic Silver Spur Connolly Leather Power Windows Power Steering Power Brakes Air Conditioning AM/FM Stereo DVD with I-phone jack Clean Auto Check Report
Year: 1965 Colour: Raven Black Configuration: LHD Transmission: Automatic
Due In Soon, Full service history A Beautiful Corniche 2 Convertible MK2 5000 Series Mineral oil car finished in Unmarked Original Willow Gold Metallic with Sumptuous soft Brown Hide Interior.Genuine 48,500 Miles with Full Service History from new. Owned and garaged by a fastidious owner since 1980.Perfect Mohair power hood. Leather Dash and Knee Roll. Over Rugs. Hood Cover. Avon Whitewalls. Private Plate Not included. This car has not been laid up for years but used sparingly since new and is totally original. Be quick. Due soon.
Locking Wheel Nuts, Service history A Stunning Silver Shadow 1 finished in Midnight Blue with Magnolia Beige Leather interior. 94,700 Miles with much recent expenditure circa £5,000 including a Brand new set of Avon Whitewall tyres. Tax Exempt. MOT. Good carpets and tidy under the engine compartment. Electric Windows. Sundym Glass. Badge bar. Hpi clear Just driven her 250 miles with no problems. Be quick these cars are going up in price. Overseas delivery and extended warranty at extra cost.
This outstanding Rolls Royce Corniche was supplied new by Lex Mead (Manchester) Ltd, delivered on the 31st January 1974 with factory special features to include plain Sundym glass throughout, headrests to both front seats, Black lambswool rugs to front and rear compartment, front foglamps with fitted switchbox to suit and rear Red Fog-guard lamps. The original Rolls Royce paperwork also confirms the car was built to coachbuilder SVR.2006 (Special Vehicle Requiments). The Rolls Royce is supplied with full factory specification sheets, original handbooks and manuals with a service history booklet beginning at 42,680 in 1988, a bill of sale to a Bristol based Solicitor firm in 1985, MOT certificates dating back to 2003 and a staggering £64,000 worth of receipts for work since the early 2000s. ADA 962M has a recorded mileage of 82,000, believed genuine from the extensive history we have and the fact that there are many original features still in place inside of the vehicle. In late 2015 a major programme of work costing in the region of £20,000 was undertaken and just 500 miles have been completed since. The Rolls Royce was driven to us from London and is in excellent mechanical order
This stunning early Rolls Royce MPW 2 door was supplied new by H.R Owen Ltd to the Chairman of Mining Supplies Ltd in South Yorkshire. The first owner was known for revolutionising mining methods and successfully grew his Company employing 6500 people. He was also involved in some controversial industrial relations during the 1970's and 1980's and his affairs were even debated in Parliament. His Rolls Royce was delivered on the 22nd August 1969 with full refrigeration, fog lamps and lap and diagonal safety belts to each front seat. The Rolls Royce was owned by one of our regular customers in Lincolnshire between 2012 and early 2015. Over the three years of ownership over £4,500 was spent improving the car. We have receipts for lubrication work, a full service to include ignition items and a brake service, a new choke pipe, Magnecor HT leads, new sound deadening felt, new Wilton carpets and a new stainless steel exhaust system at the cost of £1,450 alone. The Rolls Royce was driven to us on two occasions from Lincolnshire and since we have known the car has always been in very strong mechanical order. During mid 2015 the Rolls Royce had over £12,000 spent on cosmetic work to include
Chassis number LCC.45 is one of the very rare, desirable LWB James Young aluminum bodied Rolls Royce Silver Clouds. The chassis was delivered to James Young Coachbuilders on the 22nd August 1961 and the car was delivered by Jack Barclay Ltd to its first owner, Heritable & General Investment Bank Ltd, London on 9th March 1962, also of Berkeley Square, W1. The Rolls Royce was supplied in Tudor Grey with Beige leather, power assisted steering and division. This stunning SCT 100 Rolls Royce covered very little mileage in and around London in its first thirteen years, changing hands for the first time in July 1975. We have an MOT certificate from 1975 to confirm the mileage was just 22,285. The second owner in Surrey didn't keep the car long and in September 1975 Jack Barclay Ltd sold the Rolls Royce to its third owner in Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA. We have records to confirm the Rolls Royce won a first in class at a Rolls Royce event in Dearborn, Michigan in 1977. By 1977 the Rolls Royce had covered 24000 miles. The Rolls Royce returned to the UK in 1988 having being kept in lovely, original condition as expected when participating in club events. We know that since been back in the UK,
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Variant name:V12 ,Derivative:RR5 ,Variant: V12 Auto Finished in Salamanca blue metallic with full Seashell leather interior OPTIONAL FEATURES FITTED TO THIS CAR Driver assistance pack 3 to include active cruise control, night vision, head up display, high beam assist and lane departure warning system. Silver Shadow secondary colour scheme Surround camera system Black starlight headlining Rolls Royce bespoke audio system Digital TV Universal garage door opener Comfort entry Polished Rolls Royce Goodwood tread plates Contrast black piping Boot carpet to match interior carpet Wheel centre surrounds in exterior colour Royal Walnut Canadel panelling Lamb’s wool floor mats STANDARD FEATURES Satellite navigation Bluetooth connectivity DAB radio Reversing camera Heated seats Ride height control Heated seats Automatic Bi Xenon headlights Power door closure Keyless ignition Digital music collection Voice control Soft close doors Double glaze glass Power operated boot Electric adjustable memory seats Auto dimming mirrors The Wraith redefines luxury like never before. dynamic, style and built to perform. Our stunning 634bhp V12 is offered in exceptional condition throughout and has covered 14300 miles. Car comes complete with a Rolls Royce main dealer service history and the balance of Rolls Royces extended warranty until January 2019.
Introduced during the 1989 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Rolls Royce Silver Spur Mk II was the evolution of the markedly successful Silver Shadow. Whilst staying true to traditions of top tier refinement and comfort, the revised Silver Spur also offered some exciting updates including a fully automatic suspension system actively adjusting dampers at all four wheels, ABS and fuel injection as standard. On offer we have this stunning 1990 Silver Spur II optioned in Royal Peacock Blue with matching Everflex roof over light tan soft and sweet smelling Connolly leather. Delivered new in January of 1990 this example features the 3 speed automatic transmission with electric selector, two-level air-conditioning, four-speaker Blaupunkt stereo, cruise control, memory seating, electric adjustable seating front and rear, digital panel with time of day and outside temperature, electric windows and of course polished walnut veneer. Accompanied by the original service schedule and owners manual this example boasts excellent maintenance history and this is evident within the blemish free overall condition of the car. The coachwork and paintwork is flawless, inside the original Connolly leather is stil
Make Enquiry Download all Images Current Stocklist Service Centre 100 Point Checkover Finished in Aurora with Spruce Green hood, with Champagne interior piped in Spruce and Spruce carpets piped in Champagne. Only 55,000 miles. Unmarked condition. Supplied by ourselves 15 years ago. Must be seen click image to fit your screen
Make Enquiry Download all Images Current Stocklist Service Centre 100 Point Checkover Finished in Redwood Metallic with Magnolia interior piped in St James, with St James carpets piped in Magnolia. Only 42,000 miles with Full Service History. Totally unmarked condition throughout. Must be seen click image to fit your screen
A very nice and Original rolls Royce. Drives well and increadibly beautiful. With Dutch registration. Biggest choice in REAL classics with more than 450 in 'the stolze collection' "From project to perfect!"
Age: 2008/08 reg Mileage: 22000 Transmission: Auto Full dealership history, Excellent bodywork, Interior – Excellent Condition, Tyre condition Excellent, Satellite Navigation, Alarm, Alloy Wheels, Electric Windows (Front/Rear), In Car Entertainment (Radio/CD Autochanger), Upholstery Leather, Air Bag Passenger, Airbags, Leather seats, Power steering, Electric door mirrors, Traction Control System, Satellite navigation, veneered instrument panel, Interior Mono Package, Integrated muti-purpose remote control, light-alloy wheel sport style, wood interior piano black, voice processing system, Navi-DVD Europe, Complete Prep Mobile, Soft Top Black, TV Function, DAB Tuner. 5 seats, Metallic Black Diamond, Stunning example in a great colour combination. Full service history from P&A Wood. The car will come with a 6 month warranty with the option to upgrade to a 12 or even 24 month policy.
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