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Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow: Buying guide and review (1965-1980)

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In the old days, a new Rolls-Royce only came along once in a generation, and with the launch of the Silver Shadow in 1965 came a big shift for the company. Here was a more affordable model, at least compared with everything that came before, and it opened up the the world of luxury motoring to an all-new market. 
 
The Shadow was a landmark car for the company, and while it was still very classic in its look, the underlying technology was seriously advanced. Big news for the company was the introduction of a monocoque body structure, helping to reduce the overall size and weight, while increasing refinement and handling. 
 
Much time was spent developing the suspension system, which was fully-independent and featured clever telescopic mounting points and hydraulic self-levelling system. All-round disc brakes and power steering completed the package. About the only thing that was carried over from the Silver Cloud was the 6.2-litre V8 engine.
 
The scope for becoming a financial cripple is enormous for the Shadow owner, but you won’t find a more stylish way of going bankrupt. 
 

Which one to buy? 

 
After 12 years of series I production, the Silver Shadow II and Bentley T2 arrived. As before there were standard and long-wheelbase versions offered, and around 2000 modifications were made over the outgoing model. These ranged from the adoption of rack and pinion steering to split-level air-conditioning to go with a new dashboard. These second-generation cars soldiered on until they were replaced by the Silver Spirit and Mulsanne in 1980. 
 
By that time over 32,300 four-door cars had been built and a further 5768 two-door cars – including 434 examples of the astronomically expensive Pininfarina-styled Camargue. Whether you’re buying a Corniche, Camargue, Shadow or Bentley T-Series, they’re all the same under the skin, so they all have the same weak spots.
 

Performance and specs  

 
Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II
Engine 6750cc V8, overhead valves, two-valves per cylinder
Power Undisclosed
Torque Undisclosed
Transmission Three-speed automatic
0-60mph 10.2sec
Top speed 117mph
 

Dimensions and weight

 
Wheelbase 3050mm
Length 5170mm
Width 1803mm
Height 1518mm
Weight 2237kg
 

Common problems

 
• Initially the engine displaced 6.2-litres, but from 1970 the 6750cc unit was fitted. A replacement powerplant costs £10,000, but you’re unlikely to need one unless the car has done over 250,000 miles or been neglected. 
 
• The biggest problem is caused by using the wrong anti-freeze or not changing it often enough – it should be done annually. If this isn't done the iron liner contracts through corrosion and begins to squeeze the piston, to the point where it knocks, sounding like a worn bearing or sticking tappet. There’s no way of checking it’ll happen, but proof that the anti-freeze has been changed annually – using the correct Castrol/ICI fluid from a Rolls-Royce dealer – is a good safeguard.
 
• The Opus electronic ignition system fitted from June 1975 causes problems when it overheats, and a replacement is £300, although post-1976 units are £140. Symptoms include poor running and the engine cutting out, so it's worth fitting a Lumenition system for £250.
 
• Check the alternator is charging as a replacement is £175, and ask if the brushes have been replaced within the last 48,000 miles – they frequently aren't. 
 
• A new fuel pump is £200, although it's worth switching from the mechanical system to an electric one anyway, when the standard one packs up.
 
• The radiator has to cool both the engine and the transmission, although the coolants are kept separate. Make sure it's all present and correct.
 
• All Shadows are automatics, with a tweaked four-speed GM Hydramatic system for the first right-hand drive cars. From the outset all left-hand drive examples had a three-speed GM400 unit – by 1968 right-hand drive cars got this as well. Failures are rare, but the fluid needs changing every 12,000 miles and every other time the fluid is renewed the filter has to be replaced also.
 
• Make sure the cooler pipes are present and correct. These run alongside the gearbox to the main radiator and can corrode, leaving the transmission to run dry. If a pipe bursts the gearbox will be drained within seconds, along with your bank account shortly after.
 
• Cars fitted with the four-speed gearbox are mercifully rare as they're not as smooth as the later unit. it's not possible to swap from one to the other.
 
• The Shadow's self-levelling hydraulic suspension works well, but its complexity means maintenance and repair can be costly, with perishing seals and corroding pipework. The hydraulic fluid should be changed every four years, so look through the sight glass on the side of the reservoir (on the nearside of the engine bay), to check the fluid level and condition.
 
• Check the rear spring pans haven’t rotted and that the rear subframe mounting bushes aren’t perished
 
• Power steering belts can break and pipes can burst through corrosion; also squeeze the gaiters to make sure the rack isn’t leaking internally. Then check all six ball joints in the steering system for play – at just over a £100 each, replacing them soon gets costly.
 
• Brake pads can wear out in under 10,000 miles and if the rear discs need replacing you'll have to use a specialist as hub removal requires special tools. 
 
• The reason a Roller stops so easily is because its braking system is held at high pressure. There are two brake pumps, so work the brakes hard and make sure the system is holding pressure. Also make sure the warning lights on the dash aren't illuminating to show a fault – it’s common to disconnect the wire from the sensor, so make sure all the warning lights illuminate when you switch on the ignition. 
 
• Corrosion needs to be treated quickly or the scope for wallet-bashing damage is virtually limitless. For example, while sills normally rust only at the ends, if left they’ll need full-scale replacement. Once rust takes a hold, it's no good putting it off until you can afford it – by then you won't be able to afford it as it’ll have deteriorated even further. 
 
• Then there’s the paint; because the car is so big, the cost of a respray is potentially massive.
 
• The wheelarch lips are the most vulnerable areas, along with the front and rear valances. The bonnet, doors and bootlid are aluminium so look for electrolytic corrosion – key areas are behind the door handles and brightwork. These alloy body panels also get creased easily, so run your hand across them to ensure they're even.
 
• The boot-mounted battery tray suffers from spilt acid – also ensure the boot isn’t full of water because of failed seals. The front and rear screen seals also fail, leading to floorpan damage and waterlogged carpets plus costly woodwork problems. 
 
• Front-end accident damage is common, so look at the chassis where it arches vertically just behind the front panel. On the nearside this is level with the alternator and it should be perfectly flat – if it isn't, be wary. 
 
• There are servos and motors throughout a Shadow, so test that everything works; fuseboxes, relays and motors are generally fault-free, but the wiring can break having hardened with age. 
 
• A Shadow II with a leaking heater matrix is bad news. Look for anti-freeze stains on the footwell carpet – replacing the matrix means removing the dash.
 
• A Rolls-Royce interior is fabulous until it starts to look tatty, so remember that a full retrim costs five grand upwards, but they're rarely needed as it's generally easy to match the leather and just replace specific bits of the seats. 
 
• Similarly, you can pay thousands to have all the wood refurbished, but a full carpet set is available off the shelf. 
 
• Cars with an Everflex (vinyl) roof need careful inspection, as replacement is expensive, although many owners choose to just paint the metal rather than recover it.
 
• Exterior trim is stainless steel, except for the Series 1 rear bumper which rots through in the corners. The brightwork is generally expensive to renew. The radiator grille can also split along its soldered edges
 

Model history

 
1965: Silver Shadow and Bentley T-series launched.
1966: Mulliner Park Ward two-door saloon arrives, known as the Corniche from 1971.
1967: Two-door convertible goes on sale.
1968: All cars now have GM400 transmission.
1969: The interior is facelifted, so the Shadow can meet US crash regulations.
1970: The classic 6750cc V8 replaces the 6230cc unit.
1974: Shadow gets a wider track, longer wheelbase and flared wheelarches.
1975: Camargue joins range.
1977: Shadow II arrives and the long-wheelbase saloon is now the Silver Wraith II.
1980: Silver Spirit replaces Silver Shadow; new car uses same platform and running gear.
1981: Corniche saloon dies, but convertible survives until 1995.
1984: Bentley Corniche now renamed Continental.
1986: Bosch fuel injection now fitted, and the Camargue dies.
 

Owners clubs, forums and websites

 
• www.flyingspares.com – Flying Spares, specialist parts supplier
• www.hillierhill.com – Hillier Hill, Rolls-Royce and Bentley specialist
• www.midlandrrclub.co.uk – Midland Rolls-Royce Owners Club
• www.rrec.co.uk – Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club and forum
 

Summary and prices

 
It’s a cliché, but in terms of image, presence and the sheer amount of metal you get for your money, the Shadow is up there with the best. The problem is that there are few cars you can buy for so little, which also offer such potential for bankruptcy. Buy badly and you’ll be better off scrapping the car than trying to revive it economically.
 
Around £12,000 is the bottom line for a worthwhile Series I Shadow, with a nice Series II costing even more. The best Series I fetches £25,000 with top Series II cars about £5000 more. A Wraith is worth slightly more than a standard wheelbase car, Bentleys are worth a bit more than their Rolls-Royce counterparts and two-door cars will go for up to £50,000, while the best drophead examples can fetch up to £80,000. But for those prices they have to be really nice. 
 
As a rule of thumb, for every £1000 less that you spend when buying, in the medium to long term you’ll typically have to fork out an extra £2000 on restoration work, so it makes no sense buying a dog. The maxim about buying the best you can afford has never been more true than here. Finally, colour can make a big difference to values; blue and silver in demand, but nobody wants typical Seventies hues such as gold and brown.
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Last updated: 9th Nov 2016
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  • 1978 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II

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    When the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow was released to the public in October 1965, the development departments were showing the result of work carried out over a period of some ten years. The new models were technically striking in three ways. A monocoque chassis was used; all wheels were sprung independently and four wheel disc brakes now ensured stopping power of the sort that had come to be expected in a modern car. Under the bonnet, the V8 engine that had been introduced in the Silver Cloud series was employed. In February 1977, the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II was introduced. The most notable changes mechanically were to the rack and pinion steering and modifications to the front suspension which improved handling markedly. This Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II is finished in white with a blue Everflex roof and a special order dark blue Parkertex Savoy velvet interior. The car was supplied by Jack Barclay and first registered on 3rd October, 1978 with a number of extras. The car was originally registered in a company's name then transferred to the company's owner before being purchased by the current owner on 14th July, 2010. The car has only covered 46,500 miles and recent invoices f

    • Year: 2016
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  • Rolls Royce Silver Shadow 6,8 V8

    €54,100(£48,235.56) €54,100(£48,235.56)

    Rolls Royce Silver Shadow 6,8 V8 Equipment: Ekstrem sjælden eksemplar Kendt historie Muliner Park Ward Coachbuild samler objekt sælges for kunde ring for info

    • Year: 1969
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  • Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

    £16,495 £16,495

    Full service history A Magnificent Late Flared Arch Silver Shadow 1 finished in unmarked Peacock Blue Metallic with Parchment Leather piped Dark Blue .This car has only covered 72,500 miles with Full Service History in the form of Original service packs and invoices from Main RR dealers and specialists Royce, CD cariage. Perfect Chrome and Bur Walnut. hand painted coachlines.Leather Dash and Knee Roll. Cruise Control. Battery isolater switch.Avon White Wall tyres.My own vehicle and not to be compared to the usual inferior examples. Historic Tax and MOT. Warranty available at extra cost and overseas delivery can be arranged .

    • Mileage: 72500 mi
    • Engine size: 6750
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  • Rolls Royce Silver Shadow I '74

    €15,950(£14,221.02) €15,950(£14,221.02)

    (from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) The Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow is a luxury car produced in Great Britain in various forms from 1965 to 1980. A successful response to concerns the company was falling behind the times, it was the first Rolls-Royce to use a monocoque chassis, and to date has the largest production volume of any Rolls-Royce. Initially, the model was planned to be called "Silver Mist", a natural progression from its predecessor Silver Cloud. The name was changed to "Silver Shadow" after realizing that "mist" is the German word for manure, rubbish, or dirt. The design was a major departure from its predecessor, the Silver Cloud. The John Polwhele Blatchley design was the firm's first single bow model. More than 50% of its predecessor had been sold on the domestic market where, by the standards of much of Europe and most of North America, roads were narrow and crowded. The original Shadow was 3½ inches (9cm) narrower and 7 inches (18 cm) shorter than the car it replaced, but nevertheless managed to offer increased passenger and luggage space thanks to more efficient packaging made possible by unitary ("monocoque") construction. Aside from a more modern appearance a

    • Year: 1974
    • Mileage: 95014 mi
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  • Rolls Royce Silver Shadow I '73

    €9,950(£8,871.42) €9,950(£8,871.42)

    Lowered price from €12.950 - > €9.950 from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) The Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow is a luxury car produced in Great Britain in various forms from 1965 to 1980. A successful response to concerns the company was falling behind the times, it was the first Rolls-Royce to use a monocoque chassis, and to date has the largest production volume of any Rolls-Royce. Initially, the model was planned to be called "Silver Mist", a natural progression from its predecessor Silver Cloud. The name was changed to "Silver Shadow" after realizing that "mist" is the German word for manure, rubbish, or dirt. The design was a major departure from its predecessor, the Silver Cloud. The John Polwhele Blatchley design was the firm's first single bow model. More than 50% of its predecessor had been sold on the domestic market where, by the standards of much of Europe and most of North America, roads were narrow and crowded. The original Shadow was 3½ inches (9cm) narrower and 7 inches (18 cm) shorter than the car it replaced, but nevertheless managed to offer increased passenger and luggage space thanks to more efficient packaging made possible by unitary ("monocoque") construction.

    • Year: 1973
    • Mileage: 33681 mi
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  • Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Series II

    £33,950 £33,950

    Current Stocklist Download all Images Make Enquiry 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

    • Year: 1980
    • Mileage: 19100 mi
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  • Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

    £10,995 £10,995

    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.

    • Mileage: 94700 mi
    • Engine size: 6750
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  • Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

    £14,995 £14,995

    Full service history A Magnificent example finished in unmarked Tudor Grey Metallic with Grey Leather interior. 80,000 miles with original service History . All Invoices and original service book and expired Mots. First supplied to Maples Furniture in London. Rare Webasto sunroof. White wall tyres. Unmarked woodwork. Good chrome. £11,000 just spent on complete New exhaust system and brake overhaul and Repaint , full service. Original working Radio. Low ownership and Tax exempt.Whisper quiet engine. Can only go up in value.Overseas delivery and extended Warranty at extra cost.

    • Mileage: 80000 mi
    • Engine size: 6745
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  • Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

    £15,000 £15,000

    Sand Hide Upholstery with Beige Piping, Light Beige Wilton Carpets with Sand Piping, Burr Wood Internal Trims, fantastic interior and exterior chrome work, 5 owners from new, originally supplied by Martin Walter Rolls Royce Canterbury and serviced by them at 2736 miles in 07/80, 7891 miles in 11/80, 12096 miles in 05/81, 18858 miles in 11/81, 23943 miles in 04/82, 29708 miles in 11/82, 35340 miles in 03/83, 42361 miles in 01/84, 48520 miles in 09/84, 48520 miles in 09/84, 55937 miles in 01/86, 62801 miles in 03/88, 65098 miles in 09/88 then North Downs Rolls Royce Canterbury at 68664 miles in 09/89 and 73649 miles in 12/90, Shadow Motorcars Gillingham at 79875 miles in 04/95, 84359 miles in 04/97, 85821 miles in 05/00, 86792 miles in 12/01, 87184 miles in 10/03, 87366 miles in 12/07, Herne Motors Canterbury at 89044 miles in 10/14, 12 months MOT, many original MOT's and invoices for completed works, this particular Shadow II is in exceptional condition and has been used on occasions by ourselves over the last couple of years but, alas, it's time for a new home for this fast appreciating coach built classic.

    • Mileage: 89800 mi
    • Engine size: 6750
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  • Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

    £14,995 £14,995

    Full service history A magnificent example finished in unmarked Tudor Grey Metallic over Shell Grey Metallic with Grey Leather interior. 80,000 miles with original service History . All Invoices and original service book and expired Mots. First supplied to Maples Furniture in London. Rare Webasto sunroof.White wall tyres. Unmarked woodwork. Good chrome. New exhaust and brake overhaul , full service. original Radio. Low ownership and Tax exempt. Can only go up in value.Overseas delivery and extended Warranty at extra cost.

    • Mileage: 80000 mi
    • Engine size: 6745
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  • ROLLS ROYCE SILVER SHADOW Silver Shadow II 1980

    £27,995 £27,995

    Stunning Rolls Royce Silver Shadow 2 in excellent condition inside and out, this car looks and drives perfectly and needs to be seen to be appreciated, genuine low miles with a full service history including all old mots and service receipts, always been garaged, never driven in the rain, viewings and test drives are welcome but please call first, everything works perfectly including the ice cold air conditioning, just had a full brake service carried out, looks and drives perfectly, we are consumer credit licensed with low rate finance options available, same day finance arranged with our finance partners Close Brothers Motor Finance, we accept any part exchange regardless of condition or age, nationwide delivery can be arranged, parts and labour warranty included in sale, all cars are hpi clear with up to date certificate, viewings and test drives are welcome but please call first as not all cars are stored on site, we are a fully vat registered limited company, please read our 5 star Autotrader reviews, all major debit and credit cards accepted.

    • Mileage: 32000 mi
    • Engine size: 6.75
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  • Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

    £15,000 £15,000

    Sand Hide Upholstery with Beige Piping, Light Beige Wilton Carpets with Sand Piping, Burr Wood Internal Trims, fantastic interior and exterior chrome work, 5 owners from new, originally supplied by Martin Walter Rolls Royce Canterbury and serviced by them at 2736 miles in 07/80, 7891 miles in 11/80, 12096 miles in 05/81, 18858 miles in 11/81, 23943 miles in 04/82, 29708 miles in 11/82, 35340 miles in 03/83, 42361 miles in 01/84, 48520 miles in 09/84, 48520 miles in 09/84, 55937 miles in 01/86, 62801 miles in 03/88, 65098 miles in 09/88 then North Downs Rolls Royce Canterbury at 68664 miles in 09/89 and 73649 miles in 12/90, Shadow Motorcars Gillingham at 79875 miles in 04/95, 84359 miles in 04/97, 85821 miles in 05/00, 86792 miles in 12/01, 87184 miles in 10/03, 87366 miles in 12/07, Herne Motors Canterbury at 89044 miles in 10/14, 12 months MOT, many original MOT's and invoices for completed works, this particular Shadow II is in exceptional condition and has been used on occasions by ourselves over the last couple of years but, alas, it's time for a new home for this fast appreciating coach built classic.

    • Mileage: 89800 mi
    • Engine size: 6750
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  • Rolls Royce Silver Shadow

    £74,950 £74,950

    Current Stocklist Download all Images Make Enquiry Service Centre 100 Point Checkover Only 1,550 miles from new. That is correct, only 1,550 miles. This car is finished in the popular colour for that year of Walnut, with London Tan interior. This car is as you would expect a 1 year old car to be. Immaculate and as new in every way, having been stored for most of its life. We re-commissioned this car at a cost of over £10,000, the list is available. This is a one off chance to buy a perfect Silver Shadow click image to fit your screen

    • Year: 1976
    • Mileage: 1550 mi
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  • Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Series II

    £69,750 £69,750

    Current Stocklist Download all Images Make Enquiry Service Centre 100 Point Checkover Only 6,470 miles, yes 6,470 miles! This car is finished in Willow Gold with Cream interior, with Nutmeg carpets and over rugs. Having been stored in fantastic conditions, both heated and de-humidified, we carried out a complete re-commissioning of this car, costing over £10,000, list available. This car is like a brand new car and drives like it. An investment click image to fit your screen

    • Year: 1980
    • Mileage: 6470 mi
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  • 1970 ROLLS ROYCE Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward Two-door Saloon

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    This beautiful Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward Two-door Saloon was sold new to a Belgian Gentleman driver The car is totally original, with a beautiful original colour combination Seychelles Blue / Grey leather interior. This example is one of the only 580 Silver Shadow MPW Two-door Saloon built. It is LHD, which is quiet rare for a Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward Two-door Saloon. The car comes with its Swedish papers and original service book.

    • Mileage: 58820 mi
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  • Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Series II

    £15,950 £15,950

    Current Stocklist Download all Images Make Enquiry Service Centre 100 Point Checkover Finished in Classic Walnut with Cream interior. This car has been professionally converted to Diesel by fitting a 4.6 Toyota Land Cruiser engine and should do 28 MPG, possibly more. Superb condition throughout. Must be seen click image to fit your screen

    • Year: 1980
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  • Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

    £12,450 £12,450

    Air Conditioning, Full Leather, Central Locking, Head Restraints, Height Adjustable Seat, UK Supplied, UK Specification, Due In Soon, Radio Cassette, Electric Aerial, Cruise Control, Power Steering, Child Locks, Front Fog Lamps, Metallic Paintwork, Headlamp Wash/wipe, Electric Windows, Full service history A stunning 1980 W Reg Low Mileage Wash /Wipe Model finished in Unmarked Willow Gold Metallic with Magnolia Beige Leather Piped Brown. History from new 75,300 miles. All Handbooks and service packs, Tool kit. Lambs wool rugs. Leather Dash and Knee Roll. MOT 03/17 with no advisories. Front and Rear Headrests. Battery cut off switch.Perfect Burr Walnut trim. White Wall Tyres with Corniche Hubcaps. Hand painted Coachlines. Rear Picnic Trays. The Interior is like new.Twin door Mirrors. Overseas delivery and extended warranty at extra cost.

    • Mileage: 75300 mi
    • Engine size: 6750
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  • Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

    £15,000 £15,000

    Beige Leather Upholstery with Wilton Carpets, PAS, Air Conditioning, Sheepskin Rug Overmats, Wood Veneers, 5 owners, all the usual Rolls Royce refinements with a superb, thorough and original documented provenance, simply stunning throughout, more details/spec and photos to follow...

    • Mileage: 89000 mi
    • Engine size: 6750
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  • Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

    £9,995 £9,995

    Air Conditioning, Full Leather, Central Locking, Electric Seats, Front Centre Armrest, UK Supplied, UK Specification, Radio Cassette, Electric Aerial, Electric Windows, Power Steering, Child Locks 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.

    • Mileage: 94700 mi
    • Engine size: 6750
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  • Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

    £10,995 £10,995

    Air Conditioning, Full Leather, Central Locking, Electric Seats, Front Centre Armrest, Rear Headrests, Due In Soon, UK Specification, UK Supplied, Radio Cassette, Electric Windows, Electric Aerial, Cruise Control, Power Steering, Child Locks, Front Fog Lamps, Headlamp Wash/wipe, Metallic Paintwork, Full service history A stunning unmarked Silver Shadow 2 finished in Peacock Blue Metallic with excellent Magnolia Leather piped Dark Blue. A final 4000 chassis number car with Full History from day 1.Just had a brake overhaul, service and fuel pump and quality total repaint 6500 GBp Spent. MOT. Perfect Dark veneered Walnut. Twin door mirrors. Excellent original carpets. Leather Dash and Knee Roll.Hand painted fine lines. Not to be missed.Overseas delivery and extended warranty at additional cost. Private plate not included.

    • Mileage: 136000 mi
    • Engine size: 6750
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